Two Distortion Modes and Five-band EQ
The Mesa/Boogie Throttle Box EQ distortion pedal serves up two distinct distortion modes, and tops it off with the sonic-sculpting power of a five-band graphic EQ. You’ve got footswitch control over the two distortion modes, so you can turn on extra tonal tenacity when you’re playing live. A popular feature among Sweetwater guitarists is that you can assign the five-band EQ to either or both channels, giving you a wide range of tone in a single pedal. Factor in the powerful mid-cut and boost controls, and you’re ready to dial in virtually any distortion tone with the Mesa/Boogie Throttle Box EQ.
Mesa/Boogie Throttle Box EQ Dual-mode Distortion Pedal at a Glance:
- Wide-ranging distortion is a workhorse for your pedalboard
- Built tough in the USA for rugged reliability
Wide-ranging distortion is a workhorse for your pedalboard
Metalheads can’t deny the instant sonic aggression you get from plugging into the Throttle Box distortion pedal, but the high-gain tones aren’t the only flavor this box offers. With selectable low- and high-gain settings, separate tone and mid-cut controls, and extra signal boost via the master level control, there’s a lot of ground you can cover. Get to know the Throttle Box, and you’ll be dialing in blues, classic rock, and fusion tones before you know it.
Built tough in the USA for rugged reliability
Mesa/Boogie has been hand-building some of the most sought after guitar gear in Petaluma, CA since the late ’60s. Early fans of Mesa gear include Carlos Santana and Keith Richards, guitarists whose tones have been chased by countless musicians ever since. When you plug into the Throttle Box, you’re tapping into decades of innovation. Especially if you gig regularly, you’ll appreciate the top-notch sound and construction you get in the Throttle Box.