Soda Drive+


The classic Soda Drive pedal gets an update! “From an amp like bluesy crunch to a thicker, meatier distortion, and adds its own unique tonal flavour to any guitar and amp setup”

Available on backorder



Raygun FX – Soda Drive+ Overdrive/Distortion Pedal. – With a 3-way toggle switch, changing between Silicon and Germanium diodes for different distortion flavours!

From a slight Blues drive to full on meaty distortion, this pedal is great for getting a nice drive from even the cleanest of amps! It can also be used in Boost mode to drive an amp into overdrive.


  • 3 Way Toggle switch. Change between:-
    (LEFT) Standard Soda Drive Distortion
    (MIDDLE) Booster Mode – Less gain, more volume
    (RIGHT) Germanium Diode – Fuzzy distortion tones
  • Volume, Tone and Distortion controls
  • Guitar or Bass Distortion
  • True Bypass.
  • 9v DC Powered only (100mA, center negative).
  • UV Printed Enclosure.
  • Size: 60mm x 111mm x 34mm (1590B Enclosure).
  • Hand-wired in the UK.
  • UV printed artwork

Jun 2023 –
Green Uv printed artwork
Oct 2019 – Black Artwork
24 Oct 2016 – New PCB, updated artwork. Tone & Dirt controls swapped positions. Toggle switch now goes left to right.
5th Jan 2016 – New PCB, toggle switch for distortion modes added.


  1. Kevy Metal

    I recently got the Soda Drive + and I’m very impressed by this pedal. My favorite setting is the Standard Soda Drive Distortion, pretty much the best sounding overdrive/distortion I’ve found in a long time. Very natural and amp-like, plus it sounds amazing with single coil pickups (the neck pickup in particular).

    The other settings, Booster Mode and Germanium Diode, are great to have as well, although there is this slight fizz sound almost above the notes, if that makes sense. Kind of like this fizzy halo that gives single notes and chords a little extra edge. Overall, this is a great pedal with plenty of punch to it.

  2. Nikkie

    Is the middle switch “boost” setting the same as your Vintage Booster pedal? Thanks.

    • Raygun FX

      Hi Nikkie,
      They are both very different circuits. The Vintage booster is more like a console strip Gain control, with 24db Boost!
      The Soda Drives ‘boost’ also has drive and tone control as well as volume.

      I hope this helps,
      All the best

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