Stone Deaf Effects - PDF1 Parametric Distortion Filter
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The Stone Deaf PDF-1 Parametric Distortion Filter Pedal, out of England, is a parametric equalizer with switchable clean and distorted circuits, enabling you to easily boost and cut tones by 20dB. It has a 5-way bandwidth selector, allowing you to fatten the bottom end or thin out the highs, giving you tremendous flexibility - add in the distortion and you've got innumerable possibilities.
"The PDF-1 is a great standalone pedal, but it gets even more versatile when you put it in line with other drives or fuzzes. It can be used to fatten up a thin fuzz tone or to make a full range fuzz fit into the mix. Great pedal." - Eric P.
Inspired by the Maestro Parametric Filter MPF-1 of the '70s, this has modern technological advancements including virtually silent circuitry and True Bypass footswitch, Alpha pots, and Panasonic and Multicomp caps. But don't let the word distortion distract you - the PDF1 has a myriad of applications, not just for rock and metal. It isn't over-the-top or overbearing, it is malleable and musical, unlike a lot of stompboxes.
The Height knob boosts or drops the frequency; the Freq knob selects the frequency between 65hZ and 3kHz that you either want to boost or drop; the Bandwidth switch decreases or increases the signal to your taste; and the Clean/Dirty switch turns it into either a boost/parametric EQ or a distortion/parametric EQ. Incredibly versatile, incredibly intuitive, the Stone Deaf PDF-1 Parametric Distortion Filter Pedal is an unparalleled, multi-use stompbox excellent for guitarists and bassists alike. Check out JustNick's video for a taste of all that this PDF1 can do!