The Emerson Pomeroy is a Boost, Overdrive & Distortion Pedal featuring a 100% Analog Signal Path. Its jammed packed with an immense amount of features that allow the player ultimate control over their tonal palate and shaping needs. The Emerson Pomeroy Features 2 Independent Channels that pair incredibly well with each other. They can be used independently or together.
BOOST [RIGHT SIDE]
- Up to 24dBs of Clean Boost on Tap.
This is an incredibly responsive boost, that will fit the needs of most every player. Its tonal response is very wide, so it does not favor one frequency range over another making it incredibly versatile, especially paired with the Pomeroy’s Active EQ on the OD/Distortion Side of the pedal.
LED Display & Level Control
- Displays the dB Boost Level set by the Level Knob. – High/Low Toggle
Allows the player to choose from a maximum db output on the Boost 0 – 12dBs (Low – Toggle Switch Down) , or 12 – 24dBs (High – Toggle Switch Up).
“INSERT” aka Effects Loop (REAR PANEL)
Plug in an insert cable into the “Insert” jack and you’ll be able to run any effect or combination of effects in between the Overdrive and before the Pomeroy’s Boost.
Hosa YPP-117 (or similar recommended) Tip = Send
Ring = Return
NO internal battery option.
OVERDRIVE / DISTORTION [LEFT SIDE]
- 3 Band Active EQ
LOWS, MIDS & HIGHS. This EQ has an incredibly versatile and dynamic range, offering +/- 15dB’s of Boost or Cut per frequency control.
6 Different Clipping Options via a Rotary Switch
2 Germanium diodes configured for symmetrical clipping.
2 x Silicon diodes configured for symmetrical clipping
3 x Silicon diodes configured for asymmetrical clipping. One on the positive side of the signal and two on the negative side.
1 x Silicon diode and 1 x LED configured for asymmetrical clipping.
2 x LED configured for symmetrical clipping.
No clipping. The overdrive you hear is coming from the op-amp. This mode has the most volume output.
- MASTER (VOLUME)
Controls the overall output of the Left Side of the Pomeroy
Controls the level of gain output on the Left Side of the Pomeroy
(Clean Blend) Allows the player to blend in their original dry signal into the signal path of the overdriven signal. Helps allow extra tonal shaping and articulation. (all the way to the right is 100% dry signal, all the way to the left is 100% Wet (Overdriven Signal). Dial in the exact amount thats right for the sound you’re chasing.