After Elektron announced the Analog Heat distortion unit, it made sense for them to release a distortion stomp box unit. We didn't expect it to be as fully featured as the Analog Drive though!

Ultimate distortion, times eight

Elektron Analog Drive rear view

Total analog distortion box

The EQ touch

For the live rig

Analog Drive specifications

Pricing & Availability

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12V, center positive means you won't be able to use it in conjunction with most other stompboxes which are mostly 9V, center negative unless you use a separate power supply. Otherwise, it looks like a nice unit.
Power supply is included with the unit, so, that's not much of a problem unless it bothers you to have one more adapter in your setup ;)
I just meant that the power supply polarity is reversed from most other stompboxes so I wondered if that would be a problem when chaining them together. :-)
I don't think you can chain the elektron unit with other stompboxes that use center negative power supplies, unless you have a power supply brick that has a way of switching polarity (such as the following:

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