Keeley Blues Disorder Overdrive and Distortion Pedal

Featuring both hard and soft clipping modes, the Keeley Blues Disorder has plenty of combinations, making this pedal versatile enough for any rig.

Keeley combines two completely different overdrive and distortion circuits to create four different drives in one box. The Blues Disorder has two switches that allow you to separate the tone control from the clipping section. By mixing and matching the Tone and Drive switches you get two hybrid sounds. With both switches up it's a smooth, soft-clipping Bluesy Breaker. The BB side is a low gain, soft-clipping overdrive. With both switches down it's a fuller sounding, hard-clipping OC Distortion. The clever design keeps the pedal a three knob overdrive with 4 unique sounds. Switch easily between buffered or true-bypass; whichever sounds best in your rig. The Keeley Blues Disorder Overdrive and Distortion is designed and manufactured entirely by Keeley Electronics in a brand new aluminum enclosure.

Switchable Tone Stacks - Swap Voicings
The Blues Disorder gives you two tone control circuits to choose from. When the Tone Switch is down and in the OC position you will hear an active midrange boost and then the tone control rolls off high-frequency. If the Tone Switch is up and in the BB position you don't have the active mid-boost, there's just a simple high-frequency filter and therefore a more transparent sounding overdrive and response.

Switchable Diodes - Hybrid Gain
The Blues Disorder gives you both styles of diode clipping. Where diodes are placed in the circuit, can have a dramatic effect on gain and compression. This pedal gives you both hard clipping distortion or soft read more clipping overdrive, depending on the position of the Drive Toggle. If the Clipping Switch is in the OC position it features Hard-Clipping which is an edgier, more aggressive tone. Alternatively, when the Clipping Switch is in the BB Position, that uses Soft-Clipping and sounds like a softly overdriven tube amplifier.

Buffered Bypass or True Bypass
Th Keeley Blues Disorder allows you to quickly switch between either mode. Having a great buffer will make your rig sound strong and clear even when the pedal is off. Buffered switching prevents the pops and clicks of true-bypass switching. If you want to turn on true-bypass, simply press and hold the foot switch for two seconds. Holding the switch for two seconds toggle between modes. True Bypass is great if a buffer might affect the tone of a vintage pedal. Enjoy truly silent switching and a better sounding rig with Keeley's buffered switching mode.

Keeley Blues Disorder - Made In The USA
Keeley designs, engineers, and manufactures the Keeley Blues Disorder in Oklahoma City. The Blues Disorder is geared towards the professional musician's demand for an inspiring tone when performance demands it. From the meticulously built electronic circuit boards to their in-house fabricated aluminum enclosure, Keeley pedals are professional grade. Keeley makes guitar effect pedals to be finely crafted musical instruments.

Features:

- The Blues Disorder is two complete analog drive circuits. It has both a hard-clipping distortion and a soft clipping overdrive
- Toggle between tone stacks or gain stages. Create hybrid overdrives by swapping Drive and Tone circuits.
- True Bypass or Buffered Bypass - Use the buffer to improve your rig's tone. Switch to true bypass in two seconds. Simply hold the stomp switch down to switch anytime.
- Keeley pedals are engineered in their tone lab and sonically perfected with the help of studio and touring musicians. These instruments are built entirely in their factory.
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Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
Base Item
Shipping Weight: 0.86 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 6 x 3 x 3 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): KBDisorder

For support or warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer:
Phone: 405-341-2025
Web: https://robertkeeley.com/contact

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