Brand: Chase Bliss Audio
- A total of six unique boost, drive, or fuzz circuits.
- Can be routed 33 distinct ways.
- You can mix them in parallel or change the order of the effects.
- You can save everything and recall presets instantly.
- Your guitar signal stays 100% analog.
Details: Chase Bliss Audio presents the Brothers Analog Gainstage pedal. Designed in collaboration with Resonant Electronic, this pedal features two independent JFET / IC analog channels, and packs six unique boost, drive, or fuzz circuits in one small enclosure. With a total of 33 routing options available, as well as an expression pedal/control voltage jack and a bank of dip switches, you can find a tone for every occasion.Two Independent JFET/IC Analog ChannelsThe Brothers Analog Gainstage pedal features two independent JFET/IC analog channels, giving you complete control over stacking and blending the circuits of your choosing. Each channel has its own dedicated gain and tone controls, and both channels share a Master volume control.Six Unique Boost, Drive, or Fuzz Circuits in One Small EnclosureEach channel on the Brothers Analog Gainstage pedal allows you to select from 3 different circuits. Using the available toggles, you can select from a boost, drive, or fuzz circuit on either channel. This is a great solution for players with single channel amps looking for more variety. The single pedal enclosure also makes this a great choice for gigging musicians wanting to build a small, diverse pedalboard for smaller shows or travel.33 Routing Options AvailableWith two independent channels, each with 3 unique circuits to choose from, it should be no surprise that there are a lot of routing options as well. Once you’ve selected your boost, drive, or fuzz circuits, you can start tweaking to find your desired tone. When the channels are set in PARA mode, the Mix/Stack knob will act as a blend control. Set the toggle to A B or B A mode and this knob can be used to determine how hard one channel pushes the other. Factor in the bank of dip switches found at the front of the pedal, the expression/control voltage jack, and external (A)/MIDI jack, and the possibilities are endless.Features:Two Independent JFET/IC Analog ChannelsSix Unique Boost, Drive, or Fuzz Circuits33 Routing O