The TubeDreamer+ is our Flagship overdrive pedal !
Organic sounding overdrive made with carbon-comp resistors for pure vintage sound ! The TubeDreamer line is specifically aimed at getting you the sound and feel of a great, fine-tuned vintage tube amp, pushed to various degrees of overdrive. They all offer a lot more clarity than typical overdrive units. You can actually hear the individual notes of complex chords that would normally be lost or buried !
The TD72 is our most transparent overdrive, made for those who need to keep the sound of their cranked amp unaltered but at a lower volume. Our “secret” chip offers unique tone, throughout the range of gain and tone settings, and along with an asymmetrical clipping circuit it always remains absolutely responsive even to the most subtle nuances of your playing.
An extended version of our TubeDreamer72 with a High Gain stage, the TD+ is tailored for those that need just a touch more gain than they can get from a typical overdrive. With the HighGain switch you can boost your TubeDreamer sound and depending on your gain setting, you can either achieve a thicker, creamier overdrive sound, or touch the limits of a sweet, fat distortion sound !
Our newest addition and improvement is an internal trimmer that regulates the output level of the high gain switch, so you can choose between a boosted signal, or unity gain when in high gain mode.
“I am in LOVE with this pedal ! It is so musical and brings a character out of the amp that is so reminiscent of what my favorite old tweed amps have, plus the clarity and definition of a modern sound. What really blows my mind is how the TubeDreamer+ catches every nuance, every dynamic modulation or tonal shift, its like the ultimate sidekick !” Julian Lage
“Man, the TubeDreamer+ is just like an instant old amplifier!” Jonny Lang
“The TubeDreamer+ produces a very smooth distortion that sounds like an extension of what I am already playing.” John Abercrombie
“TubeDreamer + : Each time I plug the pedal and play it, I can see many new settings that I want to learn to include in my musical language. Things that I didn’t expect coming out more and more. Really awesome.” Noël Akchoté