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NUX Reissue Plexi Crunch Distortion Pedal

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Manufacturer's ID: 173.235UK

The NUX PLEXI CRUNCH pedal from the Reissue Series offers you high gain distortion tone with the character of the famous hot-roded British valve amps from the golden age of Rock. It features an Analog Circuit with 3 Gain Stages and True-bypass hardware switching.

Specification

  • Input impedance: 1M Ohms
  • Output impedance: 10K Ohms
  • Current draw: < 20 mA
  • Power: 9V battery or external AC adaptor delivering 9V DC regulated minimum 300mA
  • Dimensions: 121(L) X 77(W) X 48(D) mm
  • Weight: 230g

Customer reviews

Overall Rating 4.8/5 (4 reviews)

For a budget crunch pedal it delivers a wide range of effects and tones. The footswitch is however very loud when pressed. Wouldn't have been so difficult to use a quieter switch.

Peter R. - 16/10/2022

Much better than I was expecting ! Great sound and good build quality as well. Metal casing , I was expecting plastic for the price. Sounds great for Hi gain, very Marshally. Doesn’t roll off very well for lighter overdrive though.

Jack H. - 5/8/2022

Aiden S. - 16/5/2022

Wow! For such an "affordable" pedal this really is a great pedal to have on a board. I am not an afficionado on Marshall amplifiers, so I wouldn't know if this accurately captures the "plexi" sound or not, but it sure does sound a lot like a stereotypical Marshall "stack" to my ears. Anything from massive crunch and well beyond that up to ridiculous levels of distortion using the Preamp control, but you have to find the right spot on the Tone and Presence knobs to get the best from it. It's not hard to get great sounds from it though. The sound is huge, and everything sounds disappointingly weedy when you click it off. The only downside I would say is that the on/off footswitch is a bit clunky or clicky and needs a firm press to operate it.

William D. - 16/5/2022

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