Skreddy Pedals Unveils New Super 100 Preamp
This preamp is built to replicate the “roar” of a cranked Marshall 100-watt and “nail Page's live sound with a Les Paul and Hendrix's with a Stratocaster.”
Skreddy Pedals has unveiled its new Super 100 preamp.
The latest product in Skreddy's line of amp emulators, the Super 100 is built to replicate the “roar” of a cranked Marshall 100-watt amp and “nail Page's live sound with a Les Paul and Hendrix's with a Stratocaster.”
The Super 100 features volume and drive controls, plus a three-band EQ and a sag knob, which controls the pedal's optical compressor/limiter circuit to either tighten up the output (with a clockwise twist) or open the tone for fuller dynamics (with a counter-clockwise twist).
The Skreddy Pedals Super 100 preamp is available now for $239.
For more info on the preamp, head on over to skreddypedals.com (opens in new tab).
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