BMF Effects High Roller Distor ...

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BMF Effects High Roller Distortion

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Manufacturer's ID: High Roller

What we say:

At A Glance

The High Roller Distortion from BMF Effects is a tone monster disguised as a simple and compact pedal. While it might only have a few controls don't be fooled; there is a lot of sound range available. If you play heavy styles of music and want your guitar to have a great thrash tone then no problem. If you play blues and want a little of extra bite for your solos it will also do the job nicely.

Features We Love:

Built Tough

Like all BMF Effects, this pedal is built super tough with a custom made steel enclosure and industrial grade powder coating as well as silk screening for rugged durability.

Based on a Classic

BMF Effects make it no secret that this is based on a famous distortion pedal of the rodent variety and while it certainly nails that sound, it can also do so much more.

BMF Quality

As well as being built like a tank, the BMF High Roller features True Bypass Switching, a DC jack, and is hand built in Southern California, USA.

Who Is It For?

If you like distorted sounds with a classic influence but plenty of control then you'll find yourself right at home with the High Roller.

Highlights:

  • A wide range of distorted sounds
  • Extremely good build quality
  • Great for vintage and modern tones

Specification

INPUT  Signal input from the guitar.
OUTPUT  Signal output to the amp.
VOLUME  This knob controls the output of the effect when the pedal is engaged.
GAIN  This knob controls the amount of gain that is present in the effect signal when the pedal is engaged.
TONE  This knob controls the amount of highs that are present in the effect signal when the pedal is engaged.
POWER  Can be powered by either a 9v battery or with a negative tip 9v power supply