Marshall BluesBreaker Overdrive Pedal

Marshall BluesBreaker Overdrive Pedal


2 in stock


Back in all its former glory. Warm, responsive tones to take you from Texas blues to all out-drive.

2 in stock


The sound of the 1962 ‘Bluesbreaker’ amplifier began a legend, with the smooth tone, rich warmth and full character that gave guitarists more expression than ever before. The original Bluesbreaker pedal took this and put it in a stompbox and this reissue accurately delivers all that once again. Your Bluesbreaker pedal captures the magic of those classic vintage amps and will add sweetness and crispness to your guitar sound, but with extra edge to carry solos and squeeze out those vital harmonics. These pedals have been seen on countless stages since first being introduced in 1992. That iconic look has been accurately recreated so it’s equally recognisable for today and the future.

A pedal inspired by the amp used by the legendary Eric Clapton. Just like the amp, the pedal delivered warm, organic drive, perfect for playing around with breakup.

Now we’ve brought back a replica of the pedal that’s appeared in the collections of revered guitarists’ rigs worldwide. Capable of providing subtle boosts, clear headroom and bags of character, rediscover the sounds of the late 90’s and 00’s.
The original Bluesbreaker pedals are now collector’s pieces and are heavily sought after. Thanks to this faithful reissue, meticulously designed and hand-built at our famous Bletchley factory, now you can own the real thing.


  • Made in the UK.
  • Authentic mild steel chassis.
  • 1 x ¼” jack input, 1 x ¼” jack output.
  • Gain, Tone and Volume controls.
  • Requires power from either a 9V battery or a 9V DC power adaptor (not included).
  • Current drawn (at 9VDC): 5mA
  • Input impedance: 1MΩ
  • Output impedance: 25kΩ
  • Dimensions:
    oWidth: 110mm
    o Length: 147mm
    o Height: 67mm
    o Weight (without battery): 0.7kg

Additional information

Reissue Version

ShredMaster, DriveMaster, The Guv'nor

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