Roll in huge amounts of gain to take your tone over the top
True bypass for ultimate signal integrity
"Built-like-a-tank" metal chassis
Runs on 9 V battery or PSU-SB DC power supply (not included)
3-Year Warranty Program*
Designed and engineered in Denmark
EYEMASTER METAL DISTORTION
EYEMASTER METAL DISTORTION brings back the original metal credo of "loud and brutal" with its "simpler-than thou" 2-knob operation.
Just set the volume (all the way up, right?) and adjust the gain (anything less than all-the-gain is sacrilege) and start riffing.
EYEMASTER was specifically designed to channel the Swedish death metal tone, endearingly nicknamed the "Swedish buzzsaw". As that term implies, EYEMASTER is not a subtle overdrive.
It is not transparent and it does not "sit well in a mix". Rather, it burns an unholy path straight through the mix.
• Aggressive death metal distortion • All-analog circuitry • True Bypass
All. The. Gain.
The concept of gain is something we often take for granted, and rarely do we stop to think about what the term actually means. In many ways, gain has been given a bad name; mankind has been tricked into believing such blatant nonsense as “less is more”, and other sophomoric terms like “transparent” or “authentic” are better. EYEMASTER brings back elemental, primordial gain – the kind of raw gain by which empires are either built or shattered!
Stop wasting time on EQs. We’ve already dialed-in the perfect death metal EQ and cut off the knobs. Just turn the remaining knobs all the way up and unleash your inner beast with an authentic death metal sound that is evocative of ancient pagan rituals performed in the depths of the Scandinavian woods. Tones that are dark and menacing – and dripping with acid and edge.
Forged from Unholy Metal
With its sturdy and strong metal frame, EYEMASTER will stand up to an army of black clad metal players and keep asking for more. Dead simple 2-knob operation and top-mounted jacks provide an easy fit on your pedal board, and the true bypass keeps your signal nice and clean. (Hey, you’ve gotta tune sometime, right?)