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Feb 8, 2021

Caline Easy Driver

Tone connoisseurs know how powerful the combination of a drive followed (or preceded) by a graphic EQ is, and Chinese builder Caline had the good idea of offering a dual pedal that hosts both circuits in a single case: the Easy Driver Distortion EQ.

This is a Mesa-style distortion with two Gain and a level knob, followed by a six-band graphic EQ featuring also a level fader.

The EQ bands clock in at 100, 200, 800, 1,600 and 3,200 kHz, which represents a useful selection of frequencies from low to mids, which define the electric guitar’s character.

The two Gain knobs operate in a way that’s not your usual, distorting different frequencies: Gain1 increases the distortion on the high end frequencies, while Gain2 controls the amount of bass distortion. 

Here’s the video of the Caline Easy Driver

The Left side: EQ side: Caline CP-71 6 Band EQ covers all the essential guitar frequencies.

Each band delivers a range of ±18dB to help you find your favorite tone. The LEVEL knob controls the overall volume. The frequency bands: 100Hz, 200Hz, 400Hz, 800Hz, 1.6kHz and 3.2kHz.

The right side Distortion:  A great sounding distortion pedal which replicates that Mark 4 tone. The two gain controls control the high and low levels of distortion. You can also get a larger range of tones if you have a way to manipulate the mids (such as on your amp or EQ pedal). The pedal is durably constructed with its metal enclosure, is True Bypass design, and works off either a 9v battery or power supply. Note – if you’re after that real Mark 4 sound this pedal should be used with a tube amp.

Gain1″ knob: use to increases treble distortion,and adjust to the former level of distortion.
•”Gain2″ knob:controls the amount of bass distortion, and adjust to the saturation level of distortion.
•”LEVEL” knob?adjust the output level.

Caline DCP-04 Easy Driver Distortion EQ- Get ready to ride with our brand new distortion with an EQ for a sidecar. The right side is our Mark 4 classic Cali style distortion. Adjust both gains for high or low gain tone, then on the left with the EQ, scoop or push your tone and shape it to your liking. Both sides work individually and simultaneously. Get your motor running, and rock away.