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Greer Amps Little Samson pedal here - a Plexi voiced overdrive pedal that really kills!
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An online review from Pedal of the Day:
What can you say about Greer Amps? Nick and the gang just keep putting out incredible pedal ofter pedal (among other things), consistently topping their previous endeavor somehow. Today’s pedal continues on where their famed Southland Overdrive left off, bumping up that great tone into the realm of a true high-gain overdrive/distortion pedal, but keeping with the same smoothness and crispiness that their pedals are all known for. Ladies and gents, here is the Little Samson Overdrive.
Sporting only three controls, the Little Samson may appear to be a pedal with only a few tones available, but that is hardly the case. Starting off with the Volume knob, there’s pretty much NEVER going to be a situation where this pedal won’t be able to output enough signal for you to chop through any mix or eardrum with ease. Crank this knob up and ease back a little on your guitar’s volume for excellent control of your overall levels, and for that easy-to-find extra boost of volume when you need it most!
The Tone knob keeps the high end in check, but somehow also keeps the low end present and tight, and even the mids make their way into the mix, perfectly balanced to round out the tone. The Gain is about six pedals in one here as well, with a HUGE range and sweep to cover any drive or distortion territory you might need. Chunky, crunchy, ballsy gain stages power your sound through and through, all the while remaining nice and full, with hints of some classic amp sounds, and some newly discovered tones that are destined to be classified the same.
Designed in collaboration with Andy from Elliott Guitars, the Little Samson captures all the spirit of the old Marshall Plexi amps in a beautifully clean and crisp pedal package. With such a range of sounds, you’d be hard-pressed to find a setting you couldn’t use, anywhere on this pedal. Once again, thanks to Nick (and Andy) for creating an excellently-crafted and smooth-sounding dirt box that rivals anything in most people’s pedal collections. For more info on this and the rest of the rad Greer Amps lineup of pedals (plus amps, pickups and more), head on over to their website and do some shopping!