Sunset Dual Overdrive Videos!

Sunset Dual Overdrive - Rebea video

We’re incredibly excited about all the excellent Sunset Dual Overdrive videos that have come out recently! We were lucky have some great talent create Sunset video songs for us—check out the hard hitting videos from Keith Merrow, Rabea Massaad, and Hovak Alaverdyan below. We’ve also included some great demo videos from a few of our authorized dealers. Want to see more? You can always check out our entire Sunset video playlist over on YouTube. Have a Sunset video of your own? Be sure to let us know in the comments below.

Keith Merrow

Rabea Massaad

Hovak Alaverdyan

Sweetwater – Mitch Gallagher

Guitars Rebellion

Vintage King

Better Music

In-Depth Demo with Pete Celi

And of course, we have also created our own demo videos. The In-Depth demo features our very own DSP engineer and sound designer Pete Celi.

Audio Example Demo

We always like to provide our own take on the sounds within our pedals. This audio example demo features sounds performed by DSP Engineer Pete Celi, marketing nerd Ethan Tufts, product developer Mark McCrite, and tech support guru Hugo Merida.

 

About Ethan Tufts
Ethan Tufts Ethan Tufts is Strymon’s marketing guy and noisemaker. He spends most of his time using loopers and drenching everything in delay. He has owned 29 cars and is actively looking for his 30th.

4 Responses

  1. Bruce Deuchars says:

    Your company makes some awesome pedals…unfortunately they are pricey. I am sure they are made from quality components and building in the USA is admirable ,but costly. I have been able to buy some pedals from Fulltone at a discount because they offer ‘
    blemished and discontinued models to online subscribers ..

  2. big fan of your pedals. currently using the el capstan and deco. would love get more when I can. Hope I win. Thanks for making such great effects.

  3. Mick Sharp says:

    I bought a Sunset pedal a year ago and can honestly say it’s the best drive/boost pedal I have ever played through – and I have played through a lot! Strymon pedals are not cheap, but once you get to a certain point in your playing you need and appreciate quality and quickly realise – the old cliché, but it’true – you get what you pay for. If you have your eye on a Strymon pedal it’s worth hanging on just a bit longer to save up the extra money to get what you really want. You won’t ever regret it, I promise you that.

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