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Ortega Analog Stomp Box with Built-In Sound Optimized Piezo Technology
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The Ortega ANNAlog analog percussion stomp boxes are great tools for guitarists, singers, songwriters and street performers wanting to add a percussi...Click To Read More About This Product
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Percussion stompbox, no battery or power supply needed.
The Ortega ANNAlog analog percussion stomp boxes are great tools for guitarists, singers, songwriters and street performers wanting to add a percussive element to any performance. With its analog design, no battery or power supply is needed. Just plug it in and you are ready to go. Detailed inner construction minimizes surounding noise to maximize bass punch. Equipped with an input and output, its discrete pass through allows you to blend the percussive sound with your instrument signal to a single channel. Comfortable ergonomic design for foot tapping in a Solid Cherry wood housing with a non-slip bottom coating.
Fat, great-sounding bass drum tone. Back in the day, performers used to stomp on a suitcase on its side for this same purpose. This is smaller, lighter and way better-sounding.
Velocity sensitive for an expressive experience with a Seamless volume control to adjust percussion sound through (blend the percussion sound with the unaffected guitar signal together through the output to one channel) - 6.3mm (1/4 in.) input jack (connect your guitar or bass or any other instrument with a true discrete pass-through to output) - 6.3mm (1/4 in.) output jack (connect to amp or sound system)
Perfect for singer-songwriters on the go or in the studio. Order today.
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- Great Sound
- Impedance issue
- Small Venues
Comments about Ortega Analog Stomp Box with Built-In Sound Optimized Piezo Technology:
I purchased this to add more rhythm to a two-man combo consisting of bass and sax. It is one of the few stompboxes that has a pass-through, which I wanted in order to keep my rig small. I have a pedalboard and I put the AnnaLog in front of my looper, which is at the end of the chain before going to my amp. What I noticed is that when I'm tapping the stompbox, the volume of the bass drops. It is as if I had sidechained it through a compressor. Some may consider this a good thing, but I would like the option of not having it drag down the volume on the bass. My only option would be to give it its own amp, which is what I was trying to avoid by buying this model.
As for tone: I like it! With hard-soled shoes, you get a nice clack in front of the note that gives it some sharpness. If you'd prefer more of a boomy kickdrum sound, bare feet seem to get the job done. Moving your foot up or down on the board makes a bit of difference, but not as much as some others out there, from my research.
The volume knob works okay. It doesn't seem to be continuous down the sound spectrum. It goes from off to pretty loud and then gets incrementally louder from there. The range could be better.
Overall, I'm happy with the choice. It has the features I wanted and a good clean tone, which is the most important thing with a stompbox.