With a combination of a 100% analog signal path and convenient digital programmability, it features three independent footswitches and the same controls as their single channel Bass Driver—Drive, Bass, Treble, Presence, Blend and Level.
According to Tech 21, the unit is super simple to operate. Changes can easily be made on the fly, without having to refer to the owner’s manual. You just turn the knobs to a setting you like, double click on a footswitch and it’s saved in that channel. You can create and program any three sounds, from vintage clean to gnarly overdrive to crushing distortion, and access each one instantaneously.
For more information, check out www.tech21nyc.com.
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