- Classic Overdrive with flexible Spectrum control
- Natural, Tube-Like Overdrive
- Spectrum Control
- High (1M) Input Impedance
- Remote Jack
Details: Rated the best overdrive by Nashville studio guitarists, the Nobels ODR-1 presents a natural, tube-amp style overdrive that is versatile, amp-like, and affordable. Player’s around the world have discovered this hidden secret of the guitar effects world and now the secret is out. Jerry Donahue of the Hellecasters described the ODR-1 as “the best overdrive on the market” and with good reason. The Nobels ODR-1 Overdrive produces everything from light grit to screaming crunch with a solid midrange and singing sustain. Utilizing the Spectrum control, the player can change the deep-mid and treble frequencies providing a palette of tonal colors. The Nobels ODR-1 contains a high impedance (1m) input and a low (2k) output impedance to keep the signal clean and strong without inducing loading or noise. The bypass signal remains transparent while the overdrive signal will bring forth loads of harmonically rich overdrive while remaining dynamic and touch sensitive as well as responsive the guitar volume knob. The Nobels ODR-1 Overdrive has developed a cult-like following around the world and for good reason. Gracing the pedal boards of heavyweight players and professional studio musicians around the world, the Nobels ODR-1 Overdrive is a serious tool for serious tone.
I’ve been an acoustic player most of my gigging years, and as a newcomer to electric guitars, this has done wonders. At low volume, it gives plenty of tone options, not to mention the sound is better than Mojomojo and King of Tone. For me, this is one of the best-valued boutique overdrives out there.