Dual-channel overdrive/distortion with 3-Band passive EQ, similar to a channel switching amplifier with individual voice settings. If you liked the Crysis, you’d definitely love his big brother.
Is a fact: Every guitar player gets crazy for any pedal with two or more footswitches. We all love the extra possibilities of an additional channel or an independent booster to bring to our tone. Especially if we are talking about two drives, we can stack into each other in a single box, like’s the case of the KOT or the present Crisis Equinox.
The Crisis Equinox is a powerful yet intuitive dual overdrive. Each channel is exactly identical and completely independent from each other, featuring Gain, volume, and three bands passive eq section. It features a master knob to dial the whole pedal’s voice on the original unit, but we decided to make it independent for each channel, adding more versatility to this amp like a beast.
The possibilities with the Crisis Equinox are endless. You can set one channel for a tight, scooped rhythm sound and the other to a more saturated, midrange-focused tone for solos. You can boost and stack both drives. You can plug it in front of a hot tube amp to spice up and tight your tone or in front of a clean channel to make yourself a three-channel rig. The possibilities are endless.
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