Like a lot of distortion pedals currently on the market, the Distortus Maximus pedal features three-band EQ (treble, midrange, bass), gain and volume controls. A true-bypass switch, red LED and requisite nine-volt adapter jack complete its list of features. But while many other pedals feature EQ sections with rather radical ranges, the tone controls on the Distortus Maximus are voiced like an amp’s tone section. The bass knob provides an ample amount of low-end thump, and you can dial in treble that sizzles satisfyingly, like five pounds of bacon in a deep fryer. Midrange settings interact with the bass and treble settings in a subtle but musical way instead of stamping your sound with an indelible sonic imprint, as lesser pedals often do.
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