Studio Daydream Handmade Klon Style Overdrive KCM-OD V9.0
This is a special version of KCM-OD that features luxurious use of high quality audio grade parts and detailing. Equipped with a 27 V booster circuit. It has a very low noise finish due to the selection of the parts to be used and the design of the wiring. This pedal has two switchable modes as, 3 clipping mode, 2 bypass mode and FAT knob for a wider sound. It is possible to switch between the bypass (Buffered) through the buffer, which is known for its high performance, and the True Bypass (True) during the bypass, and it is also possible to avoid overlapping buffering when the effects are connected in series. In addition, with the new FAT knob, which can be adjusted the low-frequency to be pushed out a little and the harmonic tone can be increased.
Attention to Parts
The unit uses a specially designed cast aluminum case that is suitable to be called high-end. A high-precision and reliable Military-grade resistance DALE RN 55 is adapted for the substrate finished with gold plating on a copper foil coat with twice the thickness of usual. In addition to the film capacitors of Panasonic and WIMA, all the electrolytic capacitors used are audio grade products. Germanium diode, an important part that create the texture of drive is a rare dead stock made in Japan from UNIZON. It is different from the recent generic brand products with a lot of variation. This item is also particular about knobs. It uses a large point-in knob made by Davies Molding (Daka Ware Brand) and the color of Oxblood (red tea). The selected parts will not only brighten up the highly rated sound, but
will also show its performance in more severe situations during noisy gigs to recording.
- GAIN: gain /TREBLE: high frequency control /OUTPUT: volume
- FAT MODE knob: Seamless adjustment of bass boost
- CLIP MODE :
1.Germanium (Normal): Germanium clip. Smooth drive, understated, premium sound.
2.LED: Rough LED clip.
3.Silicon: silicon wafer clip. Straight and rich sound.
- BYPASS MODE
1. BUFFERED (Normal: Buffered) 2. TRUE (True bypass: no buffer)