TTone Klon Centaur Horsie – Pedal Frenzy, Chinese pedals 1

Have Guitar presents Pedal Frenzy Special – Made in China! That’s right, just as a fun (?!) experiment I ordered two overdrive pedals from China and the first one is the Klon Centaur Horsie Professional Overdrive Guitar Pedal Gold. Pfew! That’s a long name!

So, this is a clone of the original Clon Kentaur stomp box that was invented by Bill Finnegan in the 90’s and sold up until 2000. This pedal quickly became well known for its “transparent overdrive” and today the original pedal is quite expensive… as I don’t have access to the original pedal I can’t really say if the Ttone is as good, but well, I kinda doubt it.

But still, you should have a listen to the sound examples in this video – you can get some cool tones out of it. And as it happends, I will get a praised and more recognized clone of the Klon Centaur and then I will of course bring out this Ttone again.

Index:
01:59 – Unboxing
05:03 – Low gain/crunch – ReampZone’s Orange AD140
10:28 – Crunch – ReampZone’s Marshall JCM900 MKIII
14:24 – HiGain – Live Ready Sound’s 6160 Platinum Modded
16:49 – Clean – Top Jimi’s Tweed Medium Pack

GuitarList:
ESP Phoenix II (Seymour Duncan JB/’59)
Fender American Standard Stratocaster (Shawbucker/Custom 50’s)

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Reampzone’s Orange AD140 Kemper profiles

ReampZone’s Marshall JCM900 MKIII Kemper profiles

Live Ready Sound’s 6160 Platinum Modded by Voodoo

Top Jimi’s Medium Tweed Pack

More info on the original Klon Centaur pedal

Kemper official website

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Shot with a Sony FDR-AX100 in HD. Edited in Magix Movie Studio Platinum 14. Recordings in Reaper.

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