WNAMM11: Pedals Programmed By The Stars

New TC stompboxes feature unique tones created by some of the world's greatest guitar players      12/01/11

WNAMM11: Pedals Programmed By The Stars


TC Electronic has introduced 5 guitar pedals that they say deliver first-class tones right out of the box, featuring a true bypass and analog-dry-through design that guarantees maximum tonal integrity and ultimate clarity. On top of that these new pedals - Corona Chorus, Flashback Delay & Looper, Vortex Flanger, Shaker Vibrato and Hall of Fame Reverb - let users play with unique tones created by some of the world's greatest guitar players.
TC Electronic believes in moving the possibilities of guitar forward and the 5 pedals mentioned above feature a new and ground-breaking concept called 'TonePrint' that gives users instant access to the sounds of their favorite guitar heroes. A TonePrint isn't just a static preset, it's a complete re-tuning of the pedal including the sound and how the pots react – everything that makes a pedal unique.
TC Electronic has collaborated with some of the best guitarists in the world – such as John Petrucci, Ron 'Bumblefoot' Thal, Joe Perry, Orianthi and Doug Aldrich – to create the first batch of TonePrints, but that's just the beginning – TC tell us that the list of contributing artists will expand massively in the future.

Flashback Delay
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