Taking inspiration from the British tones of 1959, the Gurus Double Decker blends to divergent realms, blues and hard rock, into a single compact device. As one would expect, this synthesis resulted in a pedal capable of either a subtle crunch alongside a sleek tone or high-gain boosting. Additionally, Gurus literally doubled the Double Decker’s functionality: the pedal boasts two independent but identical channels with controls for both gain and volume, as well as access to an entire tone stack for added flexibility when sculpting tones. Additionally, the Double Decker features a tube FX loop with a series/parallel switch and a balanced D.I. output with a 2x12 V30/SM57 speaker emulation option.
Double Decker 1959 Features
Two independent channels equipped with Gain, Volume and an entire tone stack for better sculpting of your tone.
Post Boost with Volume control can be activated on all three stages of the unit, (Bypass, Floor 1, Floor 2) and it is self-disengaged simply by pressing another button.
Tube FX Loop with series/parallel switch (especially useful when used with amps with no effects loop or series only)
Remote outs for connections with analog switchers.
Balanced/unbalanced D.I. Out with Direct/Emulated option (Speaker Sim. of a 2x12” - V30/SM57) that can be used simultaneously with the standard output of the unit or alone as interface for excellent quality audio recordings.