Bogner / Rupert Neve Designs Burnley Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal Bubinga Wood Finish
The Burnley is a distortion pedal with a 100% analog circuit which delivers hot crunch to high-gain annihilation-with added tonal magnitude-thanks to a custom transformer designed by legendary audio pioneer Mr Rupert Neve. Flip the Fat/Tight switch, twist the gain, tone and level controls and transform your mortal guitar tone into fire-breathing pandemonium. This one features an attractive decorative wood finish.
Masterminds Reinhold Bogner and Mr. Rupert Neve have teamed up to produce superb audio-effects pedals that serve up rich, buttery tones, ultra-dynamic response and a stunning, three-dimensional sound quality inspired by the classic mixing consoles of the 1960's.
Mr. Rupert Neve is a living legend renowned for having designed professional recording equipment and early large-format mixing consoles which feature outstanding sound thanks to his custom transformer-coupled inputs and outputs. Countless iconic rock and roll records were cut with Mr. Neve's equipment including such classics as "Rumours" by Fleetwood Mac, "Damn the Torpedoes" by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, and Nirvana's "Nevermind" to name just a few.
Mr. Neve has received the Lifetime Achievement Technical Grammy Award, is an inducted member of the Mix Hall of Fame, has been named man of the century by Studio Sound Magazine and was selected by his peers as the number one audio personality of the 20th century, and continues to design into the 21st century¦
Disclaimer: This Bogner pedal features an audio transformer designed by Mr. Rupert Neve of Rupert Neve Designs. The word/name Neve is a registered trademark of AMS Neve Ltd. and is in no way affiliated with this product.
- Controls: Level, Gain, Tone
- F/T Switch: Selects between Tight and aggressive or Fat and mellow tones
- Jewel Light: Reacts to the dynamics of your playing, depending on the output level of your instrument
- Power: 9 volt DC, negative tip, power connector or internal 9V battery
- 100% Analog Circuit Path
- True Bypass