BSM Announces the RM Velvet Treble Booster

November 22, 2005

The RM Velvet is based on the classic Rangemaster circuit of the late 60's, but instead of utilizing the common OC44 it comes loaded with the same OC76 transistor found in BSM's OR model. This change results in a much smoother and silkier sound than it's brother with the OC44 according to the company. The tone of the RM Velvet is rounder and warmer than a stock RM.

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