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Seymour Duncan Lava Box Distortion / Overdrive Pedal Seymour Duncan Lava Box was designed to react more like a tube amplifier than an actual distortion pedal. The SFX-05 has exceptional dynamics and harmonic response as well as superior string separation and volume knob response. It truly is like plugging into an overdriven amp! The Lava Box has a large amount of gain for super saturated fun and also a large amount of volume boost so it can double as a clean boost pedal as well. The most unique feature of the Lava Box distortion pedal is the 6 position Rumble selector. This is a bass roll-off contol with cutoff frequencies at: 620Hz, 520Hz, 330Hz, 300Hz, 210Hz, and 160Hz.

The first thing you will notice about the Seymour Duncan SFX-05 is the warmth. It sounds like a great tube amp being pushed too hard. The dynamics are responsive and the low end is tight. Pick lightly and it cleans up, pick hard and it really goes through the roof. The Rumble selector lets you tailor the Lava Box to your guitar. It makes single coils thunderous and humbuckers lean with midrange bliss. Truly a unique pedal the Seymour Duncan SFX05 Lava Box distortion / overdrive pedal is a monster pedal for a monster sound.
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