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Taurus Tux Black Line Compressor Pedal
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The TUX black line compressor/limiter, another effect with mighty Taurus DNA, is engineered for dynamic sound modification. Its four knobs will give ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Bass compression with parameter control.
The TUX black line compressor/limiter, another effect with mighty Taurus DNA, is engineered for dynamic sound modification. Its four knobs will give you complete control over attack, compression and maximum amplitude. The passive optical system design of TUX's effect will not alter your original sound, making it virtually noiseless. Achieve extraordinarily effective and creative control over you instrument dynamics. It will become your best friend and main tool on stage and studio.
- Specific dynamics control
- Noiseless operation
- True bypass
- Rugged build quality
Order today and tighten up that low end.
- INPUT ˆ’ mono 1/4" (jack)
- OUTPUT ˆ’ stereo/mono 1/4" (jack)
- POWER SUPLLY ˆ’ External 12V/100mA
- ˆ’Internal voltage converter ( 12V to 24V) for greater dynamic range
- LED ˆ’ power indicator
- DEPTH ˆ’ depth modulation
- SPEED ˆ’ speed modulation
- DETUNE ˆ’ detune modulation
- ENHANCER ˆ’ level of extended polyphony in low frequency range
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- Excellent Sound Quality
- In / Out are backwards!!!
- It's a 12v pedal
- Home Studio
- Professional Recording
Comments about Taurus Tux Black Line Compressor Pedal:
Ok, the good stuff: it's transparent, warm and creamy. Really helps tame the beast. That being said, two things the really should have been highlighted in the description – (1) this is a 12v pedal. So if you want this to be part of your pedal board and don't want to have an extra power cord extension, you've got to find yourself a power brick that has at least one 12v outlet on it. And (2) the IN / OUT plugs are backwards! Maybe that's a European thing, but adding into an American-style layout out causes some challenges. In order to make mine work, I got some 12" straight/angled patch cords... remember, you'll have to cross the patch cords to get your standard right to left signal path.