MXR Blue Box

I pined after this pedal for many years after hearing it on the Pat Travers live album “Go for What You Know” He made it sound like a motorcycle switching gears by bending the strings just right… It’s actually an octave distortion type pedal with pretty terrible tracking but it makes great noises!!!!

 

Tech Specifications

Output & blend knobs

Bypass Switch
In & Out jacks


Images
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