Seymour Duncan and Chicago Music Exchange have announced the launch of the Forza Overdrive effect pedal.
From the company:
Seymour Duncan, a leading manufacturer of pickups and pedals, and Chicago Music Exchange, announces the release of the new Forza Overdrive effects pedal. This pedal will be available for purchase from Chicago Music Exchange between May and August.
“We are very excited to work with Chicago Music Exchange to bring this to market as an exclusive launch. They have been a wonderful partner to us over the years.” says Max Gutnik, SVP of Products and CRO at Seymour Duncan. “Forza is beautifully-voiced overdrive designed to deliver an open, even-tone that enhances the sound of your amp without changing its fundamental character.”
Developed in partnership with Chicago Music Exchange, the Forza has clear highs, deep lows and a slightly scooped midrange which lets you dial in broader, more dynamic overdrive tones, from ‘edge-of-breakup’ to classic late 70s hard rock and beyond. Because the frequency range is wider and the mids aren’t as ‘boxy,’ the Forza maintains more of the original character of your guitar’s voice while still letting you shape the fine details of your sound with a three-band EQ (Bass, Mid and Treble). And it’s great for adding more saturation and growl to an already-overdriven amp without changing the fundamental tone of your distortion unless you want it to.
"Chicago Music Exchange is proud to have collaborated with the legendary Seymour Duncan, a force (pun intended) in the gear industry for decades,” says Andrew Yonke, CEO at Chicago Music Exchange. “We are especially pleased with the result of this partnership; the Forza Overdrive produces a classic, smooth overdrive and allows the player to have maximum tonal control with the 3-band EQ. It is a total success."
In addition to the above the Forza Overdrive:
• Features True-Bypass
• Features a glass diode, back-to-back stack overdrive circuit
• Is Made in the USA
The Forza Overdrive will retail for $179. Pre-orders are now being accepted at chicagomusicexchange.com.