The PedalPCB Lamb Chop combines a soft-clipped overdrive path with a modified classic British-flavored preamp. The Lamb Chop exposes three extra controls¹ that were tucked away inside the unit it was inspired by, allowing maximum tweakability.
- Volume – Controls the overall output volume
- Overdrive – Controls the amount of soft-clipping
- Tone – Rolls off the high end (Turn fully CW to disable)
- Clean – Controls the level of the British preamp signal path
- Curve – Adjusts the corner frequency of the overdrive path
- Filter¹ – Adjusts the tonal spectrum of the clean path
- Presence¹ – Adjusts the high end of the overdrive
- Drive Mix¹ – Controls the level of the overdrive signal path
¹In the original unit the Filter, Presence, and Drive Mix controls were internal trim pots
- Designed for a 1590BB enclosure with top-mounted jacks
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pierre etienne FLORIOT (verified owner) –
amazing sound, for guitar and for bass too. Very similar to the real way huge Pork Loin !!
Ramil Rodriguez (verified owner) –
I have built about 30 overdrive pedals and have to say that this and the hang over cure are two of the best to me. Amazing sound. Very tweak able, big sound, clear and defined.
jpier2012 (verified owner) –
Great sounding drive, relatively easy build. IMO the LF353 op amp is one of the best sounding for drives, smooth breakup with a certain softness, and that combined with the myriad BJTs leads to a very organic sound. The clean blend control is really where it’s at, these should be a standard in all drive pedals IMO. I like to put the gain and blend at about noon and 2 o’clock respectively, this gives it some nice drive texture but maintains all the clarity and dynamics of the clean signal. Overall I recommend