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    KINK GUITARS Straya Drive

    Balls To The Wall Tubescreamer & Marshall Guv'nor Drive


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    About the KINK GUITARS Straya Drive

    A combination of Tubescreamer and Marshall Guv'nor circuits, the Kink Guitar Straya Drive is balls-to-the-wall rock in a pedal!


    The Tubescreamer side of the pedal, on the right hand side, gives that classic mid-bump to make your guitar sing. The Straya Drive includes a toggle to switch between symmetrical and asymmetrical clipping - for smoother and more distorted tones or louder, clearer sounds respectively.

    Marshall Guv'nor

    The Marshall Guv'nor was designed to replicate the sound of a Marshall valve amp. One of its most famous uses was on Gary Moore's "Still Got The Blues" album. In the Straya Drive, this side of the circuit features a FET/LED clipping toggle for two different voicings.

    Bogan Tones

    You can "gain stage" each side, so the Tubescreamer circuit is set at a lower gain level for crunchy, punchy rhythm, while the Guv'nor has a gainier setup for sections which require more grunt and distortion.

    Alternatively, go fully bogan and kick both sides on for a rich, saturated lead rock tone. 

    Straya Drive Demo

    Straya Drive Features

    • Dual channel overdrive/distortion pedal combining Tubescreamer & Marshall Guv'nor circuits
    • Handmade in Melbourne, Australia
    • Volume, Gain, Tone & Clipping controls x2
    • True bypass
    • Power: 9V centre-negative (not included)

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