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Sonic Edge Tumbleweed Clean Boost/Compression Guitar Effects Pedal
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An innovative pedal enjoyed by country players and rockers alike. A two-fold compressor and clean boost in one pedal, the comp side has level and sen...Click To Read More About This Product
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A unique boost and compressor that works wonders for country sound.
An innovative pedal enjoyed by country players and rockers alike. A two-fold compressor and clean boost in one pedal, the comp side has level and sensitivity controls, while the clean boost supports a level-control and three-way toggle switch with Brit, Cali and Jazz voicing. Separate bypass switches allow the comp and boost to be used together, or separate as two individual units.
- Boost circuit provides 0 to 15 dB of clean gain.
- Boost and the compressor can be used individually or in tandem.
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- Any standard 9V pedal board power supply or the provided 9V battery.
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Comments about Sonic Edge Tumbleweed Clean Boost/Compression Guitar Effects Pedal:
During intros and clean solos brings the guitar forward to the front row. Not just in live situations, but in the studio. In the olden days I would use devices such as the BB Sonic Maximizer for a similar effect, but the Tumbleweed is SO much more useful, and much, much, much more flexible. I've given it to guitarists to use when I've been producing, and it sounds as if I had just raised a "talent" slider on the soundboard. The guitarist's solos and chording need hardly (and usually zero) EQ'ing, or any other "fixing" of their sound in the mix.Don't tell the guys at Sonic Edge, but using the Tumbleweed "wrong" makes for some fantastic sound FX applications. No, I'm not going to reveal those settings ;) but as with any good pedal, you will easily find your favorite settings. Take it from there, to infinity....