- Dimensions in mm: 70 (w) x 115 (l) x 54 (h)
- CONTROLS -
GAIN Knob – Controls the amount of input gain and overdrive. As you
turn this knob clockwise, the OD GLOVE ranges from sweet cleans to
TONE Knob – The TONE knob on the OD GLOVE filters out high
frequencies. When fully clockwise, the full tonal range of the overdrive
comes through. As the knob is turned counter-clockwise, high
frequencies are rolled off. Use this to achieve a smoother tone or to
reduce any high-frequency harshness.
VOL Knob – Sets the output level of the OD GLOVE.
TONE SHIFT Switch – This switch controls the mid-frequency emphasis
of the TONE knob. Setting this switch to OFF creates a flatter EQ, with
some emphasis on low mids. Setting the SHIFT switch to ON emphasizes
mids and high mids. There is also a small increase in volume when the
switch is set to ON.
FOOTSWITCH and LED – The Footswitch selects whether the OD GLOVE is
engaged or in true bypass mode. When the effect is engaged, the LED is
INPUT Jack – This ¼” jack is the audio input for the OD GLOVE. The input impedance is 300kOhm.
AMP Jack – This ¼” jack is the audio output from the OD GLOVE. The
output impedance depends on the VOLUME setting, ranging from 12kOhm to
9V Power Jack – The OD Glove can run off of a 9V battery or you can
use an optional 9VDC AC Adapter capable of delivering at least 50mA to
the 9V power jack. We recommend the EHX9.6DC-200. The AC Adapter must
have a center negative plug. The battery may be left in or taken out
when using an AC Adapter. The OD Glove draws 12mA at 9VDC. The maximum
voltage that may be connected to the 9V Power Jack is 10VDC.
INTERNAL VOLTAGE SWITCH – The OD GLOVE includes an internal slide
switch to change its internal power supply voltage from 9V to 18V.
Operation at 18V results in a less compressed, more open tone that may
work better for some guitar/amplifier combinations. Operation at 9V
results in a tighter sound, and reduces the current draw to 5mA.
Experiment with the voltage setting at full volume to find the best
sound for your playing style. Please remember: do not exceed 10VDC at
the 9V Power Jack. The OD Glove generates the 18V internally.
To select the operating voltage, remove the four screws on the bottom
of the OD GLOVE and take off the bottom plate. There is a slide switch
near the input jack labeled “Voltage Select.” Slide this switch to the
right for normal 9V operation. Slide it to the left for 18V operation.
You do not need to change the battery or adapter when changing the
- CHANGING THE BATTERY -
To change the battery, remove the four screws on the bottom of the OD
GLOVE and take off the bottom plate. The battery clip is in the bottom
of the unit. Take care not to touch the circuit board while changing the
battery in order to avoid damaging a component.