The V2DT Double Trouble Dual Overdrive is Visual Sound's interpretation of the TS-808 with bass boost and lots more volume, times 2! Use either overdrive by itself or combine them. For each overdrive,... Read More
The V2DT Double Trouble Dual Overdrive is Visual Sound's interpretation of the TS-808 with bass boost and lots more volume, times 2! Use either overdrive by itself or combine them. For each overdrive, Double Trouble includes level knobs for Drive, Tone and Volume; plus wide and sturdy stomp switches. Bass boost can be switched on or off separately for each overdrive. 1/4" jacks in and out.
Everyone loves the overdrive channel in Visual Sound's Jekyll & Hyde and Route 66 pedals. Over the years, Visual Sound has had many requests to put two of these overdrives into one pedal, allowing for two different settings and the ability to use them together. Now you can have that great sound and all the advantages of V2 Series construction, plus the addition of an innovative noise reduction system, in the Double Trouble…only from Visual Sound!
The Visual Sound V2 Series V2DT Double Trouble Dual Overdrive Guitar Effects Pedal features a die-cast aluminum housing, ultra-reliable 10-million cycle switching, easy battery access and circuit protection from AC adapters.
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I have this pedal for about 2 years, using it with an Epiphone Sheraton 2, a Laney TFX3 amplifier and a Dunlop Wha-wha Cry Baby. The combination of the these is perfect. I play on studio and on stage an it never let me down. Always good combinations of overdrive: two channels on the amp and two of the greatest overdrives I ever heard on a guitar pedal. The VS Double Trouble has a wide variations of tones, it goes from a smoothy blues sound to a killing punk experience, passing through hard rock's crunches and classic rock's fuzzies. The best is that the two overdrives are very different from each other. One is a classic tone and the other is close, very close to a very good fuzz. I feel complete with these and, recently, added the classic Boss Distortion, so I can nearly fly playing guitar. I feel bad about the people that think this pedal is noisy! Does they know what is a overdrive pedal? If you want clean channels all the way, get a distortion pedal and apply to it very low levels. I'm satisfied with this "noise". I had lots of other overdrive pedals, but this is the definitive one.
Don't have much to say about this pedal. It seems to be built well, it's a good idea, but it is a NOISY pedal. Even my noise suppressor pedal couldn't contend with it. Ridiculous. That killed it for me. The sound was OK but the noise just wrecked it. I returned it.