Nordvang | Wingman V1 | Rare! | Ex-Demo Pedals

$1,000.00

This ex-demo pedal comes to us from the personal collection of Brett “Burgs” Kingman, Brett is Australian guitar royalty and a YouTube pioneer. He has toured the world working & recording with such Australian icons as James Reyne, Daryl Braithwaite, Ross Wilson, Renee Geyer, Jenny Morris and shared the stage with the likes of Tina Turner and Robert Palmer, just to name a few. 

Check outs Brett’s YouTube demo/review and if you like what you hear, this is your chance to buy the actual pedal from the video. 

From Nordvang: 

Introducing Wingman, our new dual overdrive pedal. Featuring two identical overdrives based on the mythical K-style circuit, each channel of the Wingman can be used independlently or together to create the ultimate boost and medium gain overdrive with loads of headroom and output on tap.

 

Our inspiration for this pedal came from demand from fans of our No.1 overdrive requesting a dual version of that pedal. They loved how very versatile the pedal is, as either a clean boost or as a mid pushed medium gain overdrive. It made sense to offer it in a dual version allowing the full potential of the circuit to shine through. Wingman is a military aviation term of “the plane flying beside and slightly behind the lead plane in an aircraft formation”. This is how we came to the name of Wingman, as the two circuits can be used seperately or stacked together

 Staying true to the original we’ve kept the buffer, but added switching options for tweaking and also changed all internal op amps supply voltage to +/- 9 Volt for better signal handling, when stacking the two sides. 

 The Wingman overdrive is divided into a side A (left) and a side B (right), separated by an order toggle switch in the middle which flips the internal order of the effects and hence the signal path from guitar to amp.

 

Both side A and side B features external controls for GAIN, TONE, VOLUME and a two position toggle switch labeled Low Gain. The Low Gain switch adjusts the maximum gain range in the overdrive gain stage. Internally you’ll find one set of dip switches for each side labeled lows, which allows you to extend the the bass response in the circuit.

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