Keeley Tone Workstation gives you a combination of Robert Keeley's most loved sounds in one package. Consists of Keeley Compressor, 1962 Overdrive and Red Dirt Overdrive and Katana Boost.
Sets the amount of sustain. A good starting point is at about 9 o'clock. At 12 o'clock you will get a full sound that is a great fit for funk or lead playing, compressing the loudest notes and raising up the softer notes. At 3-5 o'clock you will get a singing sound that feeds back easily. Noise level rises slightly from 3 o'clock onwards.Level:
Sets output volume level. Set at unity gain, or you can also use the C4 as a volume booster. If you want to do this, set the Sustain at 7 o'clock and set the desired level of boost with the Level control.Blend:
Sets the blend between dry and compressed signals.Treble/Stock Switch:
In Treble position a treble boost is turned on. Treble boost gives your sound sparkle even in high compression levels, which otherwise make the sound a little duller.
Controls (Drive/Boost):1962/Katana Switch:
Chooses between 1962 Overdrive (Marshall Bluesbreaker-style overdrive) and Katana Booster (clean booster that does not color your tone.Level:
Sets output volume level.Tone:
Sets the tonal color of overdrive sound.Drive:
Sets the amount of overdrive.
Controls (Drive, Red Dirt Overdrive, which is the culmination of Keeley's 15 years of experience in modding Tube Screamers):Level:
Sets the output volume level.Tone:
Sets the tonal color. Red Dirt is mid-heavy as Tube Screamers traditionally are, and will cut through in a mix. Drive:
Sets the amount of gain along with Baked/Mod+ switch. Starts from light overdrive, goes far beyond a traditional Tube Screamer gain levels.
- Power requirements: 2.1 mm 9 V DC centre negative. 50 mA.
- True Bypass
- Made in USA
- Measurements: 12 cm (width) x 9,5 cm (depth)