1420.405 MHz Overdrive

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1420.405 MHz is the frequency of the hydrogen line (the frequency by which hydrogen changes states) and also associated with the WOW! signal, which is what inspired the name of this pedal.

The 1420.405 MHz overdrive is a versatile, touch sensitive amp-like drive that ranges from low gain tone enhancement to an almost fuzz-like distortion. It’s a riff machine that cleans up well by turning down the volume control of the guitar (especially the regular germanium version).

At its heart is a MP38A npn germanium transistor (MPSA18 silicon in the high-gain version) that is being driven by a jfet boost stage and features a jfet output buffer stage that decouples the signal and makes it feel at home with anything before or after it.

Interesting sounds and tight riffage can be had by hitting it with an opamp booster, like the suchahardboost.

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Description

High Gain Version
Owen Ross is giving the 1420.405 MHz Overdrive high gain version a rundown:

Joey Ryan is giving some first impressions of the 1420.405 MHz Overdrive high gain version:

Regular Gain Version
Owen Ross is giving the 1420.405 MHz Overdrive regular gain version a thorough look.

Joey Ryan is coaxing some great tones out of the 1420.405 MHz Overdrive regular gain version:

Additional information

Weight 240 g
Dimensions 120 × 60 × 50 mm
Options

high gain (MPSA18 Silicon Transistor), regular version (MP38A Germanium Transistor)