Mini High Gain Monster
The Morpher is a mini modern high gain distortion pedal inspired by the huge high gain amp stack sound. By switching it on, the Morpher can transform any gentle clean amp into a high gain monster!
3-Way Tone Switch
Natural: Neutral mode that delivers an organic, natural tone
Tight: A more aggressive tone with enhanced bottoms and edges
Classic: Provides a classic UK-style high gain sound with warm mids
Easy Controls, Wide Flexibilities
The Morpher features an easy-to-use three-knob control scheme: LEVEL (output volume), TONE (brightness), and GAIN (distortion amount) for use in different scenarios. Each knob gives you a wide control range.
Get those full stack amplifier distortion tones. Maintaining a natural sound, there will be no overhyped frequencies, no muddy bass, and no excessive mids with this pedal. This high-gain distortion pedal has excellent dynamic response and high signal definition especially suited for lead guitar. There are three function knobs: LEVEL, TONE and GAIN. LEVEL is used to set the distortion volume. TONE is to set the brightness of your tone. GAIN is used to set degree of distortion. There are three distortion models: Natural, Tight, and Classic.
Donner Morpher Distortion Effect Pedal X 1
User’s Manual X 1
- Power Requirement: 9V DC center negative
- Current Consumption: 20mA
- Dimensions: 1.7in x 3.7in x 2in (4.2cm x 9.35cm x 5.2cm)
- Weight: 8.1oz (230g)
|The Morpher||Blues Drive||Noise Killer||Dark Mouse||TRIPLE LOOPER|
|Effect||Drive/Distortion||Drive||Smart noise gate||Black classic distortion||Looper|
|Features||3-way Tone Switch||Two sound types||Two noise reduction modes||2-way Tone Switch||Time Progress Bar Display|
|Power Supply||9V DC||9V DC||9V DC||9V DC||9V DC|
|Specialty||legendary high gain stack amps sound||legendary TS-style overdrive||Sensitive But Smooth||Sound For real underground rock scene||Automatically save recorded files|
|Circuit||True bypass||True bypass||True bypass||True bypass||True bypass|
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