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Overdrive - 12AX7 Tube Pedal
Overdrive - 12AX7 Tube Pedal
Overdrive - 12AX7 Tube Pedal
Overdrive - 12AX7 Tube Pedal
Overdrive - 12AX7 Tube Pedal

Overdrive - 12AX7 Tube Pedal

Regular price $279.00 $0.00

The OVERDRIVE is a boutique all-analog vacuum tube pedal with enough gain to push itself into classic preamp-style overdrive, delivering warm, fat, crunchy, and rich tones. Primarily designed for studio use, this pedal offers superb signal-to-noise performance, implements true-bypass, and provides a buffered output capable of driving long cables or other pedals with ease.

This is not a clone or copy of a vintage design; it is new from scratch using the best materials and components available, including metal film resistors and polypropylene capacitors. A built-in low noise boost converter provides high voltage for proper tube bias and operation, insuring maximum performance. A high-current +9V wall wart is included.

Equalization and gain are flat when controls are set to center, allowing for a wide range of operation and tonality. For lower gain, other tubes can be substituted, such as the 5751, 12AT7, or 12AY7.

Hand built in USA.


  • True bypass
  • 1 x 12AX7, all analog circuit
  • 33dB maximum gain
  • 4.0" x 5.0" x 4.5"
  • Includes 9V supply, tube, 10-year warranty, free shipping




  • Do not spill liquids onto pedal
  • Do not use standard negative 9V pedal power supply
  • Do not use low current power supply
  • Wait 20 seconds for tube to warm up (delayed high voltage)


  • "I have to say, that if I were forced to choose one pedal currently in my house to keep, it would be yours, Jim."
  • "The short story is that this is a more harmonically rich/dense version of my favorite OD to date - the Bearfoot Honeybee. Very nice."
  • "Very flexible. This is the bane of many drive pedals. It’s very easily tuneable and intuitive. The tone controls are some of the most flexible I’ve encountered (rivals the Timmy). I ran my Timmy into it, and was able to get an angry tone out of it. While I’m not inclined toward doing so on a regular basis, I have to say that the edge coming from the Timmy combined with the harmonic density from the Hag-drive was very, very nice. It stacks very well with something in front of it."