If you're the type of guitarist who loves combining rich, gritty overdrives with powerful boost effects, you'll love the Keeley Noble Screamer. This awesome-sounding overdrive/boost pedal allows users to mix and match their favorite gritty tones to create a wide range of dirty, snarling effects. Read on for more information about how this premium rock 'n' roll tone machine works!
While the Noble Screamer has an incredibly versatile sound, its 3-knob, 2-switch interface makes it easy to find your favorite tones. We'll do a quick breakdown of the controls so you can dial in your dream sound straight out of the box.
Level Knob: Sets the output of the Noble Screamer with ample volume available.
Tone Knob: With the mini toggle set to OD, the Tone knob acts as a spectrum EQ that boosts treble and bass frequencies when cranked. When set to TS, it functions as a low-pass filter that only rolls off the highs.
Drive Knob: With the mini toggle set to OD, you'll unleash a hard-clipped drive that's edgy, aggressive, and biting. Set it to TS, and you'll have a soft-clipped overdrive reminiscent of a lightly driven tube amp.
By experimenting with the different toggle and knob settings, guitarists can dial in an extensive array of sounds, from rich, warm, and subtle to bright, searing, and distorted. But that isn't all the Noble Screamer has in store - it offers silent switching as well as both true and buffered bypass for maximum sonic versatility.
A powerful analog overdrive/boost pedal with a wealth of assertive tones on tap, the Keeley Noble Screamer is perfect for musicians seeking a top-of-the-line dirt pedal that can adapt to any setting.
Type: Overdrive and Boost
Current Draw: 26mA (55mA max in true-bypass mode while switching for 10ms max)
Input Impedance: 500k
Output Impedance: 1K