The Missing Link Audio Peacock Overdrive is inspired by the Duane Allman (The Allman Brothers) guitar tone as heard from the legendary Filmore East recordings. The MLA Peacock will suit slide, rhythm, and lead guitarists who want to capture a little bit of that classic southern rock and blues tones.
This is one of the nicest sousing pedals I have had a chance to try and a huge thanks to MLA pedals for sending it out for the review. These pedals are made in Georgia, USA and it really captures the Marshall and JBL style tones! This is a Marshall in a box but it also is a lot more than that!
0:00 - Jam Track
3:01 - About the Pedals
4:06 - Les Paul
7:39 - Telecaster
9:39 - Texas Blues Rock
10:36 - Stratocaster (cleaner)
12:33 - Final Thoughts
* This dynamic touch-sensitive overdrive is one of the most amazing pedals that has been introduced in many years. The tone of this pedal captures you by surprise. It has been described as featuring: “every element of that early 70's legendary rock tone.” to “Fillmore East in a box!” it nails the Allman tone and it doesn't stop there... It very much has all the elements of Dickey's tone, Toy Caldwell, Gibbons, Rossington, and many more of those legendary Southern Guitar heroes.
* Engineered for smooth dynamic response and vintage coloration. Completely sensitive to the volume and tone knobs of your guitar. The Voice control allows you to dial in more of vintage speaker quality. Similar to an old JBL D-series.
* The 3-way toggle switch allows you to choose from a normal full range position to engaging the tone selection for a boosted mid-range and fat bottom end. It's natural and transparent and very much amp-like. It responds like no other.
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