WNAMM11:TC Dish The Dirt

New overdrive and distortion guitar pedals from TC Electronic      12/01/11

WNAMM11:TC Dish The Dirt


Alongside the 5 pedals featuring 'Toneprint' TC Electronic has introduced two hard-punching guitar pedals that they say takes overdrive and distortion to whole new levels. Here's the details directly from TC Dark Matter Distortion
Dark Matter Distortion is all about that powerful, super-musical roar of an early plexi - a sound that will satisfy even the pickiest players. From cleans with an attitude and warm, bluesy tones to a crunch with grit for days and fully saturated lead sounds full of harmonics and overtones, it's all there in spades and instantly available by riding the guitar's volume knob.
MojoMojo Overdrive
MojoMojo Overdrive will breathe life, magic and that certain something into any sound. Guitarists everywhere are always looking for that little extra push over the cliff, a touch of extra bite, body and tone. MojoMojo Overdrive will add that flash of perfection, providing a crisp and clear overdrive with a rock-solid bottom end. Quite simply, MojoMojo Overdrive is like adding another channel to the amp, and it will sound like it always belonged there.

Pricing and Availability:
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