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).
This is the brand new Misha Mansoor signature Attack Overdrive from Pro Tone Pedals. Based on the Bulb Overdrive but with the attack switch hardwired in, and the diode removed to save space and make a more cost efficient pedal.
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Ibanez RGD7 with Bareknuckle Aftermaths
Misha Mansoor Attack Overdrive
FractalAudio Axe FXII
Guitar has minimum processing. Just a high pass, a low pass filter and a multiband compressor to tame some low mids and thats it.
Bass is Signal Audios Zombass
Drums are Toontracks Superior Drummer with Avatar kit and Metal Foundry blended in
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Misha Mansoor recently made a quick little video showing how Overdrive pedals are generally used with Modern/High Gain amps and how he personally likes to set his signature Pro Tone Bulb Deluxe Overdrive with my amps and Axefx.
For this demo I am using my Mesa/Boogie Dual Rectifier (Early 90’s Rev F).
That is plugged directly into a Two Notes Torpedo Live which is both a Loadbox for the amp and a cab sim (on which I loaded a tone match of my Zilla 2×12 cab).
This is going out to my Fractal Axefx II (Mainly so I would have a tuner handy and using a slight noise gate to cut power amp noise) and out to a Focusrite Liquid Saffire 56 Interface.
The guitar being used is a Jackson Custom Shop 6 string loaded with Bare Knuckle Pickups Juggernaut set.
The guitar track has no processing on it so that you can hear what the raw amp signal sounds like with and without the pedal.
Hope this is helpful!
One of the questions we get regularly is ‘why make a signature pedal for people known for using digital amp simulations that have built in overdrives’. To answer this question we shot this quick and dirty video showing the tonal advantages of using a pedal over using the built in ‘overdrives’ in the digital solutions.…
Here are a couple of killer new videos from some of our good friends…
Next up is Fluff rocking out with the Misha Mansoor Overdrive as well… just good solid stuff here!
Our good friend Fluff from @RiffsAndBeards just posted an amazing demo of the Misha Mansoor Signature Overdrive.
If you’ve been under a rock for the past year and dont know who Fluff is… Fluff does some cool video demos- hes got a great ear and serious workingman riffs… go subscribe to his YouTube channel