A master of distinctive metal guitar tones, Scott Ian's career has spanned more than 20 years, covering a range from the full-on metal assault of Anthrax to the hardcore crossover punk of S.O.D. (Stormtroopers Of Death). Now seven of Ian's signature monstrous tones are available to any guitarist.
DigiTech's Production Modeling was used to reproduce the studio and live guitar sounds, including effects and processing, of Scott Ian. This includes modeling the speaker cabinets, microphones and microphone placements, pre and post effects, and the recording engineer's production magic. Every aspect of the signal chain has been considered and recreated.
Scott's aggressive playing style helped create and define old-school metal, thrash, nu-metal and even rap music genres, and the Black-13 pedal models seven of Scott's signature tones. Whether used to duplicate Anthrax or S.O.D. songs or for creating completely new music, the tones in Black-13 deliver overwhelmingly heavy crunch and iron-fisted punch. The scorching models available in the Black-13 pedal include:
The DigiTech Scott Ian Black-13 Artist Series Pedal includes a pedal gig bag, Scott Ian Artist Series guitar pick, and a PS200R power supply.
For more information, visit their web site at www.digitech.com.
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