F Pedals EDistortion Lite

F Pedals EDistortion Lite


F Pedals worked with producer Eddie Kramer on this pedal to give it that huge rocking sound in a tiny package. They have mostly succeeded with that goal. This pedal has a surprising number of sounds and an unexpected high level of manipulability and ease of use. But sadly, there are some tonal shortcomings that, although sad to say, might be stereotypical of its small size.

External Control: None

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HornFX Review

InterfaceVersatilityTonal ReproductionLive ApplicationTotal Score
Complexity: Simple

Complexity: Simple

Interface:  3.5/5
For a micro pedal, there is a lot of control packed in neatly and nicely. There controls are surprisingly intuitive and easy to set, the the MOD switch adds some more pleasant surprises. The pedal is, however, cheaply made and seems flimsy.

Versatility: 4/5
More surprises can be found in the actual sounds of this pedal. There are a large amount of different distortions that can be found in this pedal.

Tonal Reproduction: 2/5
The many modes and controls cannot make up for the unfortunate reality that this pedal does not help, or for that matter, translate your sound very well. It will provide a lot of distortion options, but none of them will have a full, warm sound.

Live application: 2.5/5
This pedal’s positive attributes end with the layout and variable tones. The many tones all have a cheap quality to the way they sound. The various types of distortion sound as if the are being run through a plastic tube before they get to the speaker.

Efx Modes:

  • Vintage

  • Modern


  • D : 93.5mm (3.68 in)

  • W : 42mm (1.65 in)

  • H : 52mm (2.05 in)

  • Weight: 160g (0.35lb)


  • Analog

  • True Bypass

  • Multiple Modes


  • Full Metal Shell

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