Jetliner Overdriver Guitar Pedal


The Jetliner Overdriver is our vintage tweed-voiced overdrive pedal that offers heaps of tonal character and flexibility. Inspired by one of our favorite pedals, the Clark Gainster, we sought to expand the classic slightly “mid-humped” sonic profile by fine-tuning the eq to allow for more flexibility when using different amps or pedal stacking. In addition, we've added a clipping diode switch to help dial in your tone even more. These refinements help make the Jetliner so much more than just a one-trick tweed pony.

We kept the internals as mojo as possible, hand-wired with NOS components including vintage Tesla, Nichicon, and Soviet milspec capacitors, and Allen Bradley carbon comp resistors. Authentic Daka-ware knobs, Lumberg jacks, Alpha pots, and Cusack pro-grade switches used throughout. True bypass wiring. Takes any standard Boss style center negative 9V power supply. 

All Kaisertronics pedals are meticulously hand-built in San Antonio, TX by Blake Kaiser. Blake has been building pedals off and on since 2012 and he has truly honed his craft. As a seasoned musician, Blake sought to create the vintage sounds of the 60s and 70s with a touch of aeronautical aesthetics of yesteryear. 

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Blake Kaiser has been building pedals off and on since 2012. His custom pedals exceed what a boutique pedal should be.

"Kaisertronics was a way to merge my obsessions of music, vintage aviation, and electronics into something I could use my hands to build. I’m heavily influenced by mid-century design and aesthetics, so it’s only natural that I would focus the majority of my pedal-building efforts on vintage circuits that defined the 1960’s and 70’s. I hand build all my pedals, one at a time, many with N.O.S. vintage components sourced from all over the world."