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The Iron Horse is a return to the classic distortion: thick, punchy, riffy and rowdy. It is full of high gain and perfectly made for the rock guitarist in need of thick rhythm or cutting solos. Dial back the gain and it can be used as a thick, warm overdrive. The Iron Horse has three distortion modes operated by a toggle switch that changes between different clipping diodes providing more versatility in shaping the tone of the distortion. It has three control knobs: Level, Tone and Distortion and True Bypass switching.
Posted by Unknown on 17th Apr 2014
This is a very versatile distortion pedal, going from thick overdrive tones with gain at minimum to heavy metal tones at max gain. A lot of people complain that the level control gives too much volume on tap, but I haven't found this to be the case at all. Great pedal, awesome graphic, inspires you to play.
Posted by Unknown on 16th Jul 2013
Two biggest gripes - waaay too loud and gain knob sounds the same throughout the entire range. I could barely turn up the volume without it being ridiculously loud. Lesser gripe - does not have an open sound at all. Almost made me feel claustrophobic playing it. Way too dark and stuffy. I would also echo that the graphics look a little dull. If they correct these issues it will be a real contender. I sold mine.
Posted by Jason on 7th Jun 2013
This is a powerful distortion pedal that really sings. I use it primarily for lead work and I am never disappointed. My only real issue with the pedal is the volume, it is quite loud, but with some fine tuning I've found the sweet spot for me. It is not ideal for a slight distortion, this monster wants to scream!
Posted by NN on 13th Sep 2012
The Iron Horse is a good Rat-type pedal. It is VERY LOUD, almost too loud for apt/bedroom use. The box is larger than most three knob pedals and the graphics and paint are a bit dull looking. Overall it is a decent pedal, but overpriced at $169.
Posted by Unknown on 10th Jul 2012
Great pedal! It's got lots of life to it. Rich and delicious harmonics and some really great smooth rock distortion. The 3 way switch really gives it more tonal options. My only beef with it is that there's very little difference between 20% and 50% on the gain knob. Other than that, it's kickin'
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