Distortion that inherits the legendary "Marshall Shred Master" sound
OXFORD DRIVE is a high gain distortion designed by Radiohead's equipment database site "the King of Gear (tkog)".
OXFORD DRIVE was inspired and developed from a UK shred style high gain pedal loved by many alternative artists. In addition to fully reproducing the juicy midrange of the original and the overwhelming drive tone approaching like a wall, the function has been expanded to fit the modern scene. Equipped with modern functions such as more gain, more volume, EQ tuning, and true bypass.
Added "LED clipping mode" as a bonus not available in the original. You can also enjoy Guv'nor style sounds.
A gloomy stage, a ghostly and intelligent guitarist scratching a telecaster comes to mind. 90s Alternative Rock's "that guitar sound" revives to the present age.
Adjust the sound.
Not a mid control. Adjust the treble and mid frequencies to change the overall EQ shape of the pedal. Turn to the left to emphasize the middle and reduce treble. Turn to the right to scoop the midrange and emphasize the treble.
The TREBLE control changes greatly depending on the CONTOUR position, so it is recommended to adjust it in conjunction with the CONTOUR control.
the volume of the pedal. Normally the unity volume is at 12:00, but it depends on the setting and clipping mode. Pay attention to the volume, especially in LED clipping mode, as it can provide a much larger boost than the original.
What is the Shred Master?
In 1989, Marshall introduced the first drive pedal, The Guv'nor. Later in 1992, three drive pedals—Blues Breaker, Drive Master and Shred Master—were subsequently released. The Shred Master, which was released with the promise that "You can get the drive of a JCM800 even with a small home amplifier," had the loudest and most over-the-top distorted tone of them all.