Keeley: Tone WorkStation
The Keeley Tone Workstation is a 3 in 1 Pedal which has 4 Effects built in. The three pedals are as follows.
Thicken up your tone with the Keeley Compressor. This Vintage tone compressor gives you extra sustain when you hold a note. With the option of a blend you getting that Manhattan-Style tone. There is also a treble boost option to add some extra sparkle. When the blend is set counter clockwise to get only compressed signal out. Turn it up a notch and blend with the original signal, all the way up gives you a 50/50 ratio.
The next element of this amazing pedal is the 1962/Katana Boost. With this channel you can select just the right amount of break-up for you. It also has the boost mode for a clean amp style overdrive. The 1962 is your classic British tone which is the JFET tone (Valve simulation). Want Boost? No problem, flick the switch and get the Clean Push. Pure Clean tube tone. When it Katana Mode only the volume works and the Tone/Drive is disabled.
Red Dirt Overdrive:
Last but not least, the Red Dirt OD. This is the culmination of 15 Years worth of Robert Keeleys knowledge from modding tube screamers. This element has the perfect amount of the ever crucial mid-range. Featuring the JFET front end you can bring this pedal from clean to Super Saturated.
- 3 in 1 Pedal: 4 Effects
- Vintage Compressor
- Boost/1962 (British Tone)
- Red Dirt O.D
- 9V (DC) - Sold Separate
- Controls: Blend, Tone (2), Level (3), Drive (2), Toggle (3)
- Dimensions: H 3.72" x W 4.7" (Not Incl Jacks)
- SKU: ToneWork Station
About Robert Keeley:
I grew up in a music and engineering family. Both my dad and his dad were electrical engineers. My mom was the nicest, kindest person you could hope to meet. Taught me how to treat people. Dad played guitar in bands during college days and was a super star in the U.S. Air Force. I eventually got his 70’s Peavey Deuce amplifier. (JFET input stage, quad 6L6GC outputs, first thing I ever modified, and a negative feedback control to it in 1996 I think.) I started playing guitar in 1978 with a student model Yamaha acoustic guitar my grandma got me. I really dug in when I got to Germany. From 1984 to 1988 I played at least 8 hours a day I swear! Heck, there was Van Halen, SRV, Yngwie Malmsteen, you name it. There was Guitar for the Practicing Musican, there was Guitar Player magazine with Craig Anderton!
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