Hardy allows you to choose between two builds: the Zvex Super Hard On or the Super Duper.
If you are looking to give your tone a severe boost, look no further than the Super Hard On pedal! This ultra-transparent pedal also adds high-end sparkle to your sound, giving you the edge you need to stand out from the crowd.
You can also double the bet by simply stacking two Hardies together; the result is the Zvex Super Duper, an explosive overdrive/distortion pedal that features an enormous range of sounds!
Hardy is a small pedal inspired by ZVEX Super Hard On, but do not be fooled by its size. This little monster will grant you the power needed to push your sound to the next level, leaving your audience wondering what hit them. It simply makes your guitar sound bigger and pushes your amp harder, causing natural overload, so you will never have to worry about your guitar disappearing again!
Hardy’s single Gain knob is a negative-feedback control styled after classic ’60s recording console inputs, giving you the pure boost sound that will make your guitar sparkle with life. The best part is that nobody will even know that you are using a pedal; that is the level of clean sounding I am talking about.
You can also stack two Hardys in one small box to build the infamous Super Duper, a pedal that comes with a Master volume control and gest you as an overdrive/distortion with any input volume. The two channels can give any amount of gain, from a soft bluesy boost in two stages to a crunchy rock level, to a wild sustaining beast! When using this pedal, start off slow, and monitor your amp for potential damage. This thing can be so much fun! Just try not to blow up your amp in the process.
- Master (Zvex Super Duper)
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Hardy – Building Docs
Hardy Zvex Super Hard On – Drilling template
Hardy Zvex Super Duper – Drilling template
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