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Rockett The Melody | Overdrive
Mark Lettieri Signature Overdrive
The Melody is an EQ/OD with a post OD EQ. The Melody can be used as a stand alone EQ with volume and no gain or you can feather in a little or a lot of gain. Each frequency slider has 18db of cut or gain. The Melody has a volume and gain control. The volume control increases or decreases the output level and the gain control simply blends the overdrive. The Melody OD provides excellent overdrive characteristics and includes a 6 band graphic EQ with 18 db cut and boost on each frequency making it perfect for all styles.
The Mark Lettieri signature drive gives you a smooth overdrive capable of jazz to rock tones. Mark needs versatility so not only does the Melody OD provide excellent overdrive characteristics it includes a 6 band graphic EQ with 18 db cut and boost on each frequency. This feature allows for solo boosts or to help a struggling backline setup. From Mark's solo stuff all the way through the Snarky Puppy tunes this pedal will elevate your rhythm and solo tone and feel.
The Melody EQ/OD was designed for use in many musical environments without compromise. The EQ allows for complete flexibility on stage or in the studio. If you are stuck with a less than adequate backline the EQ can help compensate for lacking frequencies. Along with being a tool for tone shaping the EQ is also a very interesting tool for creating sounds out of the ordinary. The gain range on the Melody EQ/OD is extremely wide. No matter where you set the gain control the pedal remains musical and feels like a real tube overdrive with sag and thump. Because there is extra gain in each fader (+/- 18db) the gain can be tweaked to extremes. Rockett do, however, caution you to Experiment with proper EQing techniques such as the Cut vs Add approach. If you start pushing faders up things can get noisy. The Melody allows you to dial in totally transparent frequencies. On the other hand you can also colour your tone to the extreme if you so desire.