NAMM 2011 - T.C. Electronics TonePrint
I have no idea when or if I will get to test these new pedals from T.C. Electronics but you can bet I plan to get my hands on them as soon as I can.
Latest from T.C. Electronics:
At TC Electronic, we love building guitar pedals, and we love sharing them with the world even more! So please allow us to introduce you to the latest entries in the TC Electronic guitar family.
Kicking things off (above) on the effect side we have Flashback Delay, followed by Hall Of Fame Reverb, both of which build on TC Electronic's world renowned delay and reverb legacy. Next up, we have Vortex Flanger, Shaker Vibrato and Corona Chorus, each of which can shake, rattle and roll your tone to new highs. All these pedals stand out with their sleek design and great sounds, but there's more them than meets the ear.
You see, we believe in moving the possibilities of guitar forward and boy, did we break the mold this time! We call this new feature TonePrint, and it will ROCK. YOUR. WORLD. With TonePrint, you get instant access to the core of the sounds of your favorite players, a tone transfusion of your favorite guitarists' essence straight into your pedal. A simple USB-connection allows you to directly connect with tones made by those that inspire you, all you do is pick and play.
On the distortion (pictured below) - and overdrive side of things, introducing Dark Matter Distortion and MojoMojo Overdrive - for all your overdrive- and distortion needs. This distorting duo will cover you from a subtle overdrive to full-on distortion sounds and back, with unmatched dynamics and responsiveness - without ever covering up your playing or tone. MojoMojo Overdrive and Dark Matter Distortion are not TonePrint enabled. You can learn more about the new TonePrint pedals by visiting tcelectronic.com
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