The Mosky Audio Green Drive is based on the Mad professor Little Green Wonder which is a classic blues/rock pedal that works very well with overdriven amps.
It’s a low compression, high headroom overdrive with high output, and it has a Body knob for adjusting low-mid content and treble.
The pedal was made to be a stackable overdrive that could go anywhere in the pedal chain and the compression normally associated with this type of circuit is reduced same as several distortion mechanisms.
Body control gives access to medium midhump at the 12 o’clock position and allows treble boost at full rotation and low mid/treble boost at the lowest position. The Green Drive also provides a smooth distortion. The pedal can be used as an overdrive to already distorting amplifiers or pedals downstream, as well as function as a filter when feed with fuzz pedals that may be rough on some amplifiers and can also be used as light overdrive for just breaking up sounds.
Whereas Green Drive is a TS-style pedal, but one for those who don’t generally like TS-style pedals. Big difference between these two pedals would be headroom, distortion style and distortion depth and treble response, output level, function of tone knob, color, symbol… they do share a common layout of mechanical components.
Z in at 1kHz: app. 500K
Pout 1kHz in 50k: app. 0uW70 RMS
Max load: app. 10K
Max output: 3V peak
Max current consumption: 4mA 9V
Upper freq. -3dB: app. 10KHz
Max gain at 1KHz: app. 58 dB
Max input signal: 3V peak
Supply Voltage : DC9V (center negative and positive sleeve)
Complete bypass (true bypass)