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Demon Pedals Celebrates 5th Anniversary with Give Away of 3 Rare Early Edition Pedals!

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My friends Pete and Matthias of Demon Pedals have been going for half a decade now - and are responsible for some of my favourite gain pedals - including of course the Kondo-Shifuku D-Style Overdrive (still my favourite Dumble!), Ganapati Dynamic Drive + Boost (Ganesha + Vahana), and Parvati Extended-Range Green Russian Style Muff Fuzz - all featured on my Demon Pedals Overview.


To mark this particular milestone and open up their brand to even more players - Pete and Matthias are giving away 3 rare early edition pedals from the original 2015 White Karma Series - black graphics on white colourway enclosures - all with the same serial number ’19’ and never been out of the box! :

Mattrix Versatile Green Russian Muff Style Fuzz


The now Parvati actually started off as the signature pedal for bassist Matte Vandeven of psychedelic rock band 'My Sleeping Karma' : Matte + Matrix = Mattrix! The Parvati is essentially the same fuzz just in a different livery. At default settings this is a Vintage Green Russian Big Muff, but you can change it up with an additional 4th Mids control and 2 x 3-way clipping options.

Ganesha Dynamic Overdrive/Distortion


A highly dynamic and extended range hybrid-clipping overdrive with 2-way silicon/germanium diode or FET clipping switch for harder / softer clipping options. Both the Karma (Drive) and Tone knobs have enormous range for a wide variety of drive sounds from soft low-gain overdrive right through to a fairly aggressive distortion. Works excellently with the Volume dial of your guitar too for gain clean-up.

Vahana Smooth Mini Boost


The perfect boost to warm up and add sparkle to your tone - not unlike a lot of those Echoplex style preamp boosts. Has lovely dynamics and smooth onset of gain - great for an always-on tone-sweetener, and can even be used as a low gain overdrive with the dial relatively cranked.

The Give Away Rules!

To be in with a chance to win the above trio of #19 pedals, you need to do just two things:

  1. Like + Follow Demon Pedals' Facebook Page -
  2. Post Comment to 'Give Away' post on Demon's Facebook Page - Here

You have until 18:00 CET on Tuesday July 28th to complete 1 & 2 above.


This is a worldwide give away - open to everyone!


A single winner will be selected at random by computer algorithm.


Wishing all contenders the very best of luck!


Of course if your luck doesn't hold out, you can always get yourself a consolation prize on the Demon Pedals Site!

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