KMA Audio Machines unveils a Desert White edition of its Logan Overdrive

The run is limited to just 100 of the desert-themed dirt boxes.

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Germany based KMA Audio Machines has unveiled a special Desert White edition of its ultra-versatile Logan Overdrive. This limited run sees just 100 desert-themed dirt boxes made available worldwide.

In addition to the Desert White finish, this special edition of the Logan Overdrive sports a set of matching anodised red knobs.

The Logan Overdrive places emphasis on touch-responsiveness as part of its versatility to work in a variety of setups. It can be deployed as a sweet sounding low- to mid-gain drive; run as a preamp with 25dB of boost; or even used to deliver a myriad of mid-centric tones, from wah-like quacks to slow-phaser-style tones – thanks to its wide mid-EQ range.

A couple of features that help the Logan Overdrive get along with bass guitars sit inside its enclosure: adjustable controls for Clean Blend and Mid-band Q adjustment. Paired with the onboard Expression input, the Logan Overdrive becomes more than just a simple dirt box for electric guitars, as it could be used as a mid-sweeping effect for basses, keyboards and drum machines alike.

On the release of the Desert White Logan Overdrive, KMA Audio Machines wrote: “Drive tone is one of the most personal things in music. It’s the equivalent of an artist’s colour palette. We sought to create one of the most versatile and vibrant drive pedals, so you can make your art sing precisely the way you envisioned.

So, if you want an exceptionally inspiring piece of art on your pedalboard, both visually and sonically, then this is your big chance.”

The Desert White Logan Overdrive lists at £165, learn more at kma-machines.com

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