We're thrilled to officially release our first ever TME-Exclusive pedal- The RimRock Mythical Overdrive in custom color Charcoal Metallic!
The Mythical Overdrive is a low gain overdrive / boost based on the legendary Klon Centaur. Each MO is handmade in Oregon by Ken Dalton himself, and they just exude quality from the moment you pick one up. We really love the overall look and pedalboard friendly size.
To skip right to the point, these pedals sound phenomenal! We've tried a lot of "Klon Klones", in addition to spending time with the real deal, and these are as close to the real thing as we've encountered. This circuit excels at fattening single coil tones or pushing an already cranked amp in an incredibly sweet, smooth, compressed overdrive.
What's especially hep about the MO is that Ken builds them with two different clipping options, selectable via a mini-toggle switch on the top. In Ken's words:
"The 1N34 clipper offers vintage clipping at lower gain settings - germanium diodes provide warm tube amp like breakup (this is the Vintage Spec version).OA128 - NOS German Telefunken ( silicon based ) clip at higher gain setting allowing for more headroom and an increased boost. Great compliment to the 1N34 providing more versatility when you really want to cook the preamp section of your amp."
Translation? To our ears, you get the option of classic Klon / mid-drenched boost tones - or - a slightly higher headroom, "bigger" sounding version of the Klon. Subtle to be sure, but it's there and a cool to have the option.
As you can tell, we love the Mythical Overdrive, and this new TME Edition is proof of that. If you're looking to add that Klon magic to your rig, do yourself a favor and click the add-to-cart button - you won't regret it!
Mammoth Electronics powdercoated enclosure
Custom Color Charcoal Metallic finish - a TME Exclusive!
Silk Screen graphics, no decals, stickers, or sharpies
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