Crownover 20 years of British Thunder Pedal
Crownover 20 years of British Thunder Pedal
Crownover 20 years of British Thunder Pedal
Crownover 20 years of British Thunder Pedal
Crownover 20 years of British Thunder Pedal
Crownover 20 years of British Thunder Pedal
Crownover 20 years of British Thunder Pedal
Crownover 20 years of British Thunder Pedal
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Crownover 20 years of British Thunder Pedal

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Another unique vision from the little shop in the middle of rural Indiana.

This one is big box pedal offering the classic sounds of British tube-powered aggression through stacks of 4 x12 cabs loaded up with greenback speakers.  If you're looking for  sounds from 1963 to 1983, it's got the tones. 

The switch on the right kicks in the drive.  The knob on the right determines the amount of grit.  It begins with JTM 45 bark and progresses through Plexi growl into JCM 800 howl.  The Knob on the right allows you to change the character from grunting midrange crunch to treble-boosted tones made famous by Jimmy Page, Eric Clapton, Ritchie Blackmore, Rory Gallagher, and more.  The footswitch on the left switches between new tube tone and old, funky, broken-in tube tone (older tubes sound darker with a slightly enhanced midrange).  Especially terrific for classic rock sounds. 

True bypass.  Hand-wired. 

Between the two knobs and the old tube switch, you can cover a lot of sonic territory.  It's even been known to make a fender amp sound a bit Voxey with the character knob all the way up and the grit all the way down.

This pedal produces a hot signal.  It will not get along well with most digital amps.  It likes tube amps.  A lot.  

Uses a center negative 9 volt power supply (not included)