Suhr Shiba Drive Reloaded
The Suhr Shiba was designed to provide players with a variety of fat rhythm and warm singing lead tones. The Shiba Drive gained great popularity among players seeking an overdrive pedal that could be used in conjunction with their amplifiers clean or overdrive channels for added flexibility. Shiba Drive Reloaded is the result of countless hours of listening, testing, and tweaking the original overdrive circuit to create a pedal that is more amp-like, has a tighter low-end, focused mids, and features more gain (50% more than the original Shiba). Shiba Reloaded is the ideal choice for players seeking classic Blues, Jazz, and Rock style tones.
AMP-LIKE PERFORMANCE - Designed to work equally well with single coil and humbucking instruments, the Shiba Reloaded responds dynamically to every nuance of your playing, just like the overdrive channel of a tube amplifier. With a simple twist of your volume knob, you can easily morph from pushed clean to full on Classic Rock style tones.
GAIN TO SPARE - The Shiba Drive Reloaded offers over 50% more gain than our original Shiba Drive. Our engineers fine tuned its gain stage, increased saturation and upper harmonics, which resulted in improved midrange articulation and more sustain, allowing your notes to sing without sacrificing low end definition.
SMOOTH SWITCH - We redesigned Shibas Smooth switch to be more apparent offering flexibility, giving you the ability to fine tune your sound. Whether you prefer warm violin-like solos or an open and defined full-bodied rhythm tone, Shiba Drive Reloaded is your ideal overdrive pedal for a variety of playing styles.
APPEARANCE - Housed in a unique, spiral faced enclosure, the Shiba Drive Reloaded is anodized in a deep saturated Blue and accented with futuristic and translucent control knobs.
Amp-Like Dynamics - Responds to every nuance of your playing with definition and clarity.
50% More Gain - Adds dimension, upper harmonics, and increased sustain.
Three Position Voice Switch - Offers three distinct treble roll-off voicings.