Although it features a (truly beautiful) flowery image on its case, the Oneder Onederwall is not exactly a device for the delicate guitarist: it’s a dual channel, routable pedal merging a new, Russian-flavored Muff circuit with the distortion circuit of the company’s Oneder Drive MkII.
While Channel 1 (the fuzz) offers a variety of modes and intensities within the Ram’s Head/Russian Muff territory, Channel 2 can act as a boost, overdrive, or distortion, conjuring up a truly wide sonic palette when the two channels are used separately or together.
Each side has a toggle switch delivering some extra tonal options, including flatter eq, heavier, or insanely heavy low end on the Muff side, and Drive or Boost on the other channel.
The always-welcome Routing switch in the middle of the pedal lets you reverse the order of the circuits, while soft-click footswitches allow for smooth engagement of each channel.
Another cool thing about this pedal is that the builder will let you choose the clipping diode between the op-amp option (more full-range eq, more gain, high gain fuzz) or the company’s unique silicon/LED hybrid clipping (more focused midrange, vintage-voiced).
Here are the demos!
Oneder Onederwall, Builder’s Notes
Onederwall is the first dual pedal from Oneder Effects, featuring an all-new Oneder-flavored Muff circuit in Channel 1 and an updated and expanded Oneder Drive in Channel 2 called the Onederbolt Distortion. With Channel 1 having multiple modes and intensities and Channel 2 being able to go from a boost, to overdrive, to another flavor of fuzzy distortion, the Onederwall is a box full of endless wild gain textures and possibilities. A WALL of sound. It looks like wallpaper. Stop quoting that song! This is not about that!
Channel 1 Features:
-A circuit that sits somewhere between a Ram’s Head and Russian Muff as far as gain and tone. My personal favorite sweet spot.
-A mode toggle that goes from classic scoop (1 bolt), flatter eq and heavier (2 bolts, my personal favorite), all the way to insane low end and maximum level (3 bolts, be prepared to blow out your windows.)
Channel 2 Features:
-The Onederbolt Distortion, which is essentially the Oneder Drive MKII, available for the first time ever with an external bright trim knob (start with this fully maxed).
-An all-new Boost switch, giving you more gain, top end, and sustain than the original Oneder Drive if you so choose. Toggle up for Oneder Drive MKI, toggle down for Boost. Comes in handy when stacking the two sides of this pedal!
-Your choice of (+) op-amp clipping (more full-range eq, more gain, capable of more fuzz-like textures at high gain) and (-) my unique silicon/LED hybrid clipping (more focused midrange, vintage-voiced). This setting sounds particularly awesome and more useful with the Boost switch activated!
-An order toggle so you can experiment with Channel 1 into Channel 2, or Channel 2 into Channel 1. Channel 2 FIRST usually sounds great at any setting, but if you decide to put Channel 1 first (muff into drive), flip down the Boost switch and select (+) op-amp clipping on Channel 2 to let as much top end in as possible!
-Top-mounted high quality Neutrik jacks.
-Softer-click true bypass footswitches.
-Art by Jordan Clayton at Pinebox Customs.
-Requires a standard 9v center negative 2.1 barrel connector power supply (not included.) Isolated DC power supply recommended. No battery snap.