Are both sides of King of Tone the same?
The Ver4 KoT is actually TWO overdrive pedals in one box, one on each side. Remember that each side is a separate pedal, and they are the same except for how you set the DIP switches.
How does the king of Tone work?
However, because the King Of Tone preserves the natural sound of your guitar and amp, you can use it with different guitars and different amps, and it will still sound great. It will just add warmth and a small amount of drive to your tone. This will enhance your sound and make it harmonically richer.
What type of overdrive is Prince of tone?
The Prince Of Tone (POT) is a tube screamer style overdrive “half” of Analogman’s King Of Tone pedal (The King has 2 of these pedals in one housing).
Where is Analog Man located?
Analog Man LLC 1 Garella Rd Bethel, CT General Merchandise Retail – MapQuest.
Is the king of Tone a Bluesbreaker?
The next evolution of the Bluesbreaker circuit came in 2003 when Analogman created and released the King of Tone. It’s a pedal based around the topology of the ’91 BlackBox Bluesbreaker made in England, but it’s very, very, different.
Where is Analogman located?
Where is the Analog Man Prince of Tone made?
Though it’s made in China, we use the same parts as the King of Tone – best Japanese chip and capacitors, not cheap Chinese parts.
What type of overdrive is Prince of Tone?
What type of pedal is Prince of tone?
What is an Analogman Prince of tone?
The Analogman Prince of Tone is capable of everything from pure boost to an assault of distortion, perfect for blues rock, stoner metal, or shoegaze. Want to Sell Yours?
What is the difference between dip1 and DIP2?
They are a bit subtle at some knob settings and modes: DIP1 : LO-MID lift switch. The tone from your lower strings will be enhanced a little when DIP switch is ON. DIP2: TURBO switch- with higher gain settings you’ll hear deeper compression, especially in DIST mode.
How can I improve the sound quality of my Prince of tone?
Use a good Alkaline battery or a power supply for best results. You can use higher voltage for more headroom, 12V is common, 18V is safe too. Clean boost may be improved the most with higher voltage. CHIPS: You can also try other standard dual op-amp chips in the Prince of Tone.
What chip should I use in the Prince of tone?
CHIPS: You can also try other standard dual op-amp chips in the Prince of Tone. Just make sure you put it in the right way, with the pin#1 dot on the side with the chip socket cut-out. The TS-808’s JRC4558D chip sounds good in this pedal, especially with single coil guitars and smaller Fender type amps.