NAMM 2016: Intellijel Jellysquasher - Mean Sounding Compressor

Every flavour of distortion and compression ever needed to crush your signals      21/01/16

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After a couple of years with not much noise from the Canadian manufacturer Intellijel have come to NAMM this year with a load of new toys to play with.

The second one we shot was the Jellysquasher module.

A compressor that was designed to give you the ultimate palette with which to colour your sound. A completely analogue design allows you to run through three different flavours of analogue distortion and colouration.

Just listen to what is does to this Miami drum machine.

The Jellysquasher will be available in around 5 weeks and will cost $340.

More info coming soon at Intellijel.com

NAMM 2016 Kit:
TascamĀ DR-70D 4 Channel recorders


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