Its not hyperbole- the Dead Horse Deluxe Overdrive pedal is THE best overdrive on the market for heavy metal guitar tones.
Heres a sneak peek at the upcoming Distortion Engine- a high gain signature pedal from Pro Tone Pedals
Pro Tone Pedals Essential Edition Delay in front of the Marshall Jubilee
Recently Fred Sablan spent a little time with us recording some very cool demos of some of his favorite Pro Tone units…
Here’s the 1st of several clips of Fred and the Chorus
Fred Sablan getting weird with the Pro Tone Chorus– Totally having fun & getting weird w/ @protonepedals chorus pedal. I love it! #protonepedals #NashGuitars A video posted by Fred Sablan (@fredsablan) on Aug 2, 2016 at 5:31pm PDT
Sam grabbing some very tasty licks while demonstrating of the Dead Horse Overdrive MKIII
The Dead Horse MKIII getting some classic Ozzy tone from a Soldano SLO100
Watch the Dead Horse leave the TS9 embarrassed in this head to head comparison of the 2 legends in front of a clean Marshall…
The new song “Twilight” from abstracts featuring Mark Holcomb (Periphery) from 3:36 – 3:56
Strictly 7 Guitars Cobra Std7(DropC) – Pro Tone Pedals Bulb Overdrive Deluxe – Focusrite Saffire PRO 40 – Positive Grid BIAS Desktop
This is a quick video showing the sound differences between the Dead Horse Overdrive III, the Bulb Signature Overdrive, The Bulb Attack Overdrive and the Jeff Loomis Limited Overdrive from Pro Tone Pedals. The guitar player is Nao from the Japanese visual rock band Arlequin (アルルカン). The guitar was a Strictly 7 Guitar Solar7 and the amplifier was a Blackstar HT-5. The sound was taken from the build-in mic of the camera (Canon 60D).
Soundwave Studio did a rerecord of the Christmas classic Carol Of The Bells
The Essential Edition Dead Horse Overdrive pushing an Orange AD30
In this video, the Gear Gods put four very nice overdrive pedals through their paces. We touch on a Keeley spec’ed Ibanez TS7, a Mission Engineering Delta III, the Pro Tone Bulb Deluxe and lastly the RockBox Boiling Point!