TC Electronic Introduces Seven Effects Pedals

August 26, 2005

All pedals are expected to ship in November 2005. The vintage pedal offering underscores TC's renewed commitment to the guitar market and marks the return to the roots of the Danish company that started making stompboxes in 1976.

The Vintage Tremolo reproduces a tube amp-style tremolo effect for the guitar player. Three knobs allow for adjustment of Depth Ratio, Speed Time and Output Level, and the additional Soft Mode switch changes the sound from a hard to a soft tremolo.

The Vintage Delay is a versatile guitar pedal, featuring Tap Tempo, MIDI control, Direct Out, and both Filter and Triplet switches. This pedal generally produces a warm and smooth delay equally suited for clean and distorted guitar. With the Filter switch engaged, the sound moves into 60's tape echo territory.

The Vintage Compressor is characterized by a dynamic and transparent reproduction of the guitar signal. It is perfect for enhancing the texture of a rhythm guitar or providing additional sustain to a lead guitar.

The Vintage Distortion covers everything from smooth jazz sounds to extreme gain settings. Featuring an efficient Color Filter and an additional Boost switch, Vintage Distortion is capable of producing a wide variety of tonal flavors without compromising the true vintage character it was designed for.

The Vintage Dual Distortion is a two-channel pedal that combines saturated vintage distortion with flexible gain settings. It is perfect for situations where convenient switching between rhythm and lead sounds is required. Sound-wise this distortion pedal covers everything from mannered crunch to high-gain lead guitar -- as well as everything in between.

The Vintage Overdrive was designed to capture the very essence of a vintage guitar sound. This pedal enhances and enriches the natural interaction between instrument and amp, and navigates tonally between barely audible overdrive and Tube Screamer territory.

The Vintage Bass Distortion is a distortion tool for bass players who want to add extra punch and flavor to their sound and yet maintain the original tone of their instrument. The Mix Factor knob allows for blending the distortion with the original signal, and the additional Boost knob enables sounds with a fuzz-like character.

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