Unique features: The contour knob and switch allow the Silversmith Distortion to venture way beyond your “normal” distortion pedal. You now have control over the midrange cut or boost, and you can select between two different frequencies for a really wide range of new tone options.
The Boost section even goes beyond just “clean” boost, because sometimes you just want a little more. The Drive control frees you to dial in just the right amount of “rock and roll” grit.
Another really cool feature is the Path switch. Because the Silversmith is truly two individual pedals in one, we felt it important to be able to put the two pedals in the order of your choosing. With the Path switch, you can put the Boost before the Distortion (D<B) for even more footswitchable drive and compression. With the boost after the distortion (D>B), the boost becomes a volume/solo boost for the Distortion. But wait, with the additional Patch jacks, you can even separate the Silversmith into two totally separate pedals and place either one anywhere in you pedal signal chain.
Our unique low battery monitor is one of the hidden “gems” in our new Egnater pedals. Not only does the LED indicator warn you of a low battery condition by flashing at an increasing rate as the battery voltage drops, but if the battery becomes too weak for proper operation, the pedal will automatically bypass itself and all the lights flash to alert you. Our switching circuits are “true bypass” using very high quality sealed relays so you will never be surprised by a dead battery interrupting your performance again.