Bogner Wessex Overdrive Pedal

Overdrive Pedal with a Rupert Neve Transformer, Vintage/Modern Mode Switch, Level, Gain, Treble, and Bass Controls
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An Overdrive Pedal from Bogner!

Bring the legendary tone of Bogner to your pedalboard with the Bogner Wessex Overdrive pedal. Reinhold Bogner is well-known for the amazing tone one can conjure from his amplifiers, and the Wessex brings those great overdrive tones to your pedalboard. The Rupert Neve designed transformer gives this pedal a lush, smooth tone with amazing touch sensitivity and impeccable sound quality. Tweak the level and gain controls for everything from clean boost to a smooth, moderate overdrive. The 2-band EQ lets you boost or cut your treble and bass to perfection. And an Enhance/Neutral switch flips the gain structure of the Wessex from old-school vintage overdrive to rich modern sounds. Sweetwater knows that great-sounding guitar tone is important to you, and we're confident that the Bogner Wessex overdrive can do the job!

Bogner Wessex Overdrive Pedal Features at a Glance:
  • Bogner-designed overdrive pedal utilizing a Rupert Neve transformer
  • Clean boost to mild overdrive
  • Enhance/Neutral switch sets the gain pattern from a vintage to a higher gain modern overdrive
  • 2-band EQ lets you dial in your ideal tone
  • 100% analog circuit path delivers excellent touch response
Pump up your guitar tone with the Bogner Wessex Overdrive Pedal!

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Overdrive
Inputs 1 x 1/4"
Outputs 1 x 1/4"
Manufacturer Part Number WESSEX

Customer Reviews

3.5/5
Based on 2 reviews
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5/5

Outstanding OD Pedal

As if I needed another overdrive pedal. I have a ton of them. But the Wessex immediately hooked me after a brief demo at The LA Amp Show. A very natural overdrive bite and clarity. The treble and bass controls are very sensitive and really help shape the tone for my humbuckers or single-coil guitars. The switch is cool for shaping the tone, too. I prefer the "E" position most of the time. It's kind of like a contour or saturation switch, and the "E" position just sounds more clear and open to my ears. I'm using a VOX AC30CCH thru a 2x12 cab loaded with Eminence Texas Heats. Like most of my OD pedals, the Wessex is perfect with the amp set just before breakup. But the Wessex also kills when I have the VOX set on a very clean setting. Most pedals just sound thin and fizzy on the clean channel, but not the Bogner. The Wessex is knocking all my other OD's off the board! Also thanks to Sweetwater for the great service. Rock on!
Music background: Playing guitar for over 40 years.
2/5

Didn't work for me

I bought this together with wessex overdrive pedal with a great excitement because I have many Rupert Neve products in my studio and they all sound stellar. However this ended up with a disappointment as soon I plugged the guitar to it. Either the transformers don't work at this stage of the chain or either the rest of the circuitry is designed incompatible with them. I have several bogner gear as twinjet amp, ecstasy red pedal and uberschall pedal and I love them so don't think that I have a personal problem with the brand. To make it short, harlow is too noisy at a point of being unusable when the volume is more than 9 o'clock position. It even bothers you at 9. I think this is the reason why you don't see that knob over 9 o'clock in any youtube demo. The bloom (compressor) is not capable of grabbing the sound no matter how you hit it, it is too far from a dyna comp pedal. The wessex is not noisy as harlow however it didn't deliver any transformer magic that people rave about, the only thing I heard after playing for 20 years of rock music is an artificial and transistor type of cheap sound. My ts808 just smoked it in an ab test. I finally returned both. Don't buy those without hearing yourself and comparing with other pedals if you don't want to end up with returning procedures.
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