Emerson Custom - Pomeroy - White
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Emerson Custom - Pomeroy - White


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The Emerson Custom - Pomeroy - White is a highly versatile boost, overdrive and distortion pedal. With 100% all-analog signal path, active 3-band EQ, Blend and Gain control, one might find this sufficient enough for an amazing boutique pedal, but that's not all. Six different clipping options take you through 2 Germanium diodes or up to 3 Silicon diodes set for symmetrical or asymmetrical clipping to cover all the oh-so-great sounding classic overdriven amp tones. Even bypass that all together to get a "cleaner" overdrive from the Op-Amp alone. Each channel option is selectable through the 6-way knob. The clean boost section gives you +24 db of boost that you can track with the LED screen number readout. Take out the guesswork of what level will sound right when you switch from single coil to humbucking pickups. As always, Emerson Custom is 100% hand wired in Broken Arrow, OK.

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