MXR M264 FET Driver Overdrive

FET Driver Pedal with Level, EQ, High-cut Switch, Drive Controls, and True-bypass
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Responsive FET Circuitry from MXR

The MXR M264 uses op-amp and FET stage circuitry to put tube amplifier tone and response at your feet. The guitar players here at Sweetwater love the all-analog nature of this responsive, rich pedal. Use the drive control to dial in just the right amount of amp-like distortion - from barely there to the wait-for-it crackle of a tube amp on the edge! The Hi/Lo EQ controls give you power to define the tonal path your sound will take and you can engage the high cut if you need a little warmth. True bypass and a roadworthy metal chassis make the MXR M264 FET driver pedal the one you need.

MXR M264 FET Driver Pedal at a Glance:
  • Tube tone without the temperament
  • Responds to your changes
  • Dunlop legacy and MXR
Tube tone without the temperament

The M264's unique, all-analog circuit design makes your pedal responsive and musical. With an op-amp gain stage that delivers your signal into a FET stage, you'll experience distortion and sustain usually native to pricey tube amplifiers. Being delicate and changing as they age, tube tone has at once always been desired and still sometimes more trouble than it's worth. This has driven the race to find an accurate digital model, but the race continues as most simply don't have the "tonal life" of the real deal. The M264 is here to answer your tube-tone-without-the-tube-amp needs!

Responds to your changes

Responsive and reactive, the M264 doesn't get lazy with your signal. Use the Output control to set your volume, dial in some crunch with the Drive, then tweak your new tone with the 2-band EQ. Got it? Now, turn up your guitar, feed the pedal a bit more signal, and let a whole new level of analog-goodness wash over your tone.

Dunlop legacy and MXR

Dunlop Manufacturing started in 1965 and, much like Sweetwater, is a family-owned and operated company. In 1972, Dunlop introduced the MXR pedals and quickly established themselves as pioneers in the guitar effects pedal market. Their continuing innovations are highly acclaimed, winning multiple awards with their Bass Innovations line and presenting the guitar-playing world with new classics like the Carbon Copy delay pedal. The MXR Custom Shop delivers you the classic MXR pedals made from original specs and gives you a touch of "boutique" with special runs of guitar effects pedals. Sweetwater is proud to partner with Dunlop to give you the best MXR has to offer!

MXR M264 FET Driver Pedal Features:
  • 100% analog circuitry for tube tone without the tubes
  • Simple controls make dialing in the tone you want effortless
  • Rugged, all-metal chassis for years of pedalboard residence
  • Powered by 9-volt battery or optional power supply (not included)
Get the sound without the hassle with the MXR M264!

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Overdrive
Inputs 1 x Instrument
Outputs 1 x 1/4"
Batteries 1 x 9V
Manufacturer Part Number M264

Customer Reviews

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This is an exptremely underrated pedal... it is definitely very, very unique, this does not aound like most pverdrove oedals people iuse, no tube screamer or ocd here.. this is a smooth, creamy drive that is hard to describe but just simoky sounds freaking great... yes, there is a problem with the power suppky thing so you definitely need to buy it's own power supply other wise you get a weird high pitch sound... but other than that... this is a beast! And it's very underrated, I actually hope it stays that way, and maybe even get discontinued so I can enjoy this original sound and share it with the few people that appreciate this pedal
Music background: Guitarist

The vest fet driver out there, creamy and smooth

There really isn't any other pedal that has this quite of tone and this type of break up... except the tube driver which is about 300 bucks or the Strymon Riverside... but for the price you get an amazing sweet pedal that has tons of creamy sustain and conolex harmonics... yes, there is a flaw with the pedal that creates a high pitch whistle kind of sound even when turnd off... you MUST use separate power supply or a battery, the battery option not being the best since it eats it up pretty quickly... but just connect it with it's own power supply for complete silent operation. Look at some reviews on youtube, it just sounds soooo killer... you wont be dissapointed as long as you use it's own power supply.
Music background: Professional


adds noise to my rig when using power adapter tried three different brands , no noise when using 9 volt tho but it really eats up batteries. it is a very high pitch squiel
Music background: playing electric for 9 years , student
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