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Carl Martin Plexitone Guitar Effects Pedal

Code: 223211   
Carl Martin Plexitone Guitar Effects Pedal

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€127.30 (euros)

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Plexitone Guitar Effects Pedal description:

The Carl Martin Plexitone Guitar Effects Pedal is a guitar effects pedal featuring a single Plexitone crunch, with a high gain overdrive. The new `single channel` Carl Martin PlexiTone was designed in association with Pete Thorn, and is housed in a small pedal-board friendly housing with 3 knobs and 1 switch. Apart from Pete’s slight modifications that give this new pedal a tighter bottom-end and slightly softer high frequencies, it is exactly the same gain structure as the High Gain setting on the original Pro-Series PlexiTone, and it plays better with different amps. The single Plexitone also incorporates Carl Martin's new DC-DC converter circuitry, so the pedal can be powered by a regulated 9V power supply but will still operate on the same +-12V level as the original AC powered PlexiTone. This allows us to use the same high quality components which provide the same tone and headroom that make the CM Pro-Series stand out from the rest.

The main features of the Carl Martin Plexitone Guitar Effects Pedal include:

  • Tone Control
  • Drive Control
  • Level Control
  • Components for 12 V level (DC-DC converter circuit)
  • Power supply (no battery operation): 9V DC stabilized power supply, min. 100mA (not included)
  • Dimensions: 115 x 80 x 62mm (depth x width x height)
  • Weight: 0.330 kg

Manufacturer: Carl Martin

This page first created on: 22/09/2015

Customer Reviews


Quality drive thats classy and rich, I now use it in the loop of a Carl Martin Quattro. Top notch.

This customer purchased the product in December 2015