Carl Martin PlexiRanger

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DKK 1395

Woodstock Guitars

When we look back to the glory days of rock guitar (mid 60’s to mid 70’s), some of the most popular amplifier set-ups were British Marshalls and Vox’s, often with multi-speaker cabinets.  Players like Tony Iommi, Ritchie Blackmore, Brian May etc, carved their signature sounds on stage and in the studio with these rigs, and in order to deal with the over-powering bottom end, they made use of ‘The Treble Booster’.

Treble Boosters add top end or higher frequencies to the guitar tone, and depending on how the amp is set up, some much desired overdrive. As much as companies like Dallas (Rangemaster) and John Hornby Skewes (Treble Booster) were solving a bottom-end problem, they had also created a new sound.

Carl decided it was time to re-introduce this sound with the PlexiRanger!  And leave it to Carl to add a gain channel along with the boost channel for a one-of-a-kind drive experience!


  • Plexi-style Drive plus Dual-Boost (Clean- & Frequency-Boost) 3-in-1 pedal design: Clean Boost, Frequency Boost, Plexi-style Drive
  • Use Boost- and Drive-channel in series or independently
  • Combine Boost and Drive for tremendous gain and violin-like sustain
  • Cut through any mix either on stage or in the studio
  • Boost channel features two parallel circuits: Clean- and Frequency-Boost
  • Clean- and Frequency-Boost each provides up to +15dB of gain
  • Mix Clean- and Frequency-Boost to create your specific
  • Boost-tone “Freq” control to select specific boost frequency (250 Hz – 5 kHz)
  • Additional low-cut option on Boost-channel with 3 switchable settings Use Frequency-Boost and Low-cut to remove “bottom-end problems” on high-gain sounds
  • Drive Channel: Gain, Tone, Level
  • Dual-Boost Channel: Clean Boost Level, Frequency Boost Level (“Range”), Frequency control (“Freq”), Low Cut (3-way switch)
  • Remote socket for remote switching of Boost-channel +/- 12V internal voltage for higher dynamic overdrive tones
  • Top mounted input and output
  • Power requirements: 9VDC, 100 mA Power Supply not included
  • Buffered Bypass Designed by Carl Martin Denmark

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