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Dec 4, 2020

LPD Pedals Eighty7 Deluxe

Arizona’s LPD Pedals (the project of Lawrence Petross) has been building a growing reputation among the dirt box stompbox fanatics. In particular, their Eighty7 Ditortion/Overdrive is considered one of the best boutique Plexi-Style pedals, and it’s particularly appreciated for delivering two gain modes and generous tone-sculpting features.

To celebrate the success of that circuit, the company has unveiled the Eighty7 Deluxe, which two independent channels of the same goodness, with an extra footswitch that lets you alternate between the two.

As in the original, Green mode is percussive and dynamic with plenty of mids to cut through a thick arrangement, while Red mode is more saturated and compressed for liquid leads and chugging palm-muted rhythms.

In addition, it features internal bright switches per channel, soft-touch true bypass switching, top-mounted jacks, and 9-volt operation.

Hear the LPD Pedals Eighty7 Deluxe for yourself in the videos below. We added it to our list of the Best Plexi-Style Pedals.

The new Eighty7 Deluxe offers two complete independent Eighty7s. Each has both Green and Red channels, Level, Gain, Bass, Middle and Treble controls, with the Presence control being global. In addition, the Eighty7 Deluxe features internal bright switches per channel, soft touch true bypass switching, top mounted jacks, and 9 volt operation. All in a rugged 1lb, 4 5/8”L x 3 5/8”W x 2”H package.

Green mode is percussive and dynamic with plenty of body to punch through even the most demanding mixes. Red mode is more saturated and compressed for liquid leads and full chugging palm muted rhythms.

A full Bass, Mid, and Treble tone stack allows complete control over the frequency shaping of your tone. Presence control to add or cut sparkle to help cut through the mix or blend better with your chosen amp.

Whatever style of 80’s guitar tone you prefer, the Eighty7 can deliver – but this truly versatile overdrive can cover so much ground, including astonishing clean and edge of breakup preamp tones.

24 volt internal operation from a standard Boss type 9 volt dc center negative power supply. True Bypass switching.