The team's opinion: Behind its unpronounceable name, the Old Blood Noise Endeavors Fault hides a terribly original saturation. Ok, you know most manufacturers like to emulate TS9s or Klon Centaurs. The Fault well… it's special!
It is based on a Klon Centaur but … capable of limiting hi gain. Let me explain, as you can see, the latter has 2 gains. The first channel (or gain 1) will simply reproduce the behavior of the Klon. So you know, a very transparent overdrive that will allow you to push your favorite amp without any particular coloring.
The 3-band equalization will allow you interesting control over your frequencies.
But where the story gets crunchy is with the addition of a 2nd gain knob, which can be activated like a 2nd channel. The latter is much less transparent than the first and above all allows you to have a hell of a gain! From there, we can imagine the possibilities! A first very faithful light overdrive and a 2nd more colorful and violent. The mixing of the 2 channels allows you to bring a rather unique color.
In this configuration, it can even be considered as the main saturation on a clean channel.
The Old Blood Noise Endeavors Fault is a rare and rather atypical product. The type of used effects pedal that we love to see on Effects Area. This is a great alternative to the Walrus Audio Voyager.
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