Catalinbread | RAH (Royal Albert Hall) Overdrive
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In 1970 Led Zeppelin hit the stage of London’s historic concert hall, Royal Albert Hall. We love the RAH performance and were inspired by a friend to capture it in a pedal.
In January 1970 Led Zeppelin hit the stage of London’s historic concert hall, Royal Albert Hall. At this performance Jimmy Page expressed himself masterfully with a broad pallet of tones and GIANT dynamic range. Of course this has a lot to do with Page’s playing technique and Gibson Les Paul. His backline amps, custom Hiwatt heads into Marshall cabinets filled the entire hall with a cornucopia of colors at levels ranging from a mouse whisper to rave ups louder than a jumbo jet taking off only inches over your head.
- Jimmy Page's 1970 Royal Albert Hall Hiwatt head/Marshall cab dynamics in pedal form
- Same 3-control tone circuit as Page's onstage setup, ready for your amp to bring it to life
- Treble, Middle, and Bass controls are highly interactive for enhanced creative possibilities
- Gain control sets your input level to drive the electronics to new sonic heights
- Master control determines your output volume (unity is at "noon")
- All-metal chassis and high-quality true-bypass footswitch for long-lasting performance
- Can be powered by 9V battery or 9V–18V external power supply (neither is included)
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