30th December 2009 — The Red Ripper all-analog bass effect from Tech 21 features aggressive tones and vintage filter-style effects. More than a simple distortion box, the Red Ripper responds to the dynamics of your individual touch. Play harder for more fuzz and higher harmonics, ease up for less fuzz and enhanced lower harmonics. The Red Ripper’s unique R.I.P. control takes you from vintage fuzz, to tectonic distortion, and into the realms of Brassmaster-style octaver fuzz and Moogie-style synth tones. While the Red Ripper acts similar to an envelope filter, the signal is not actually being filtered, so your tone won’t thin out and drop off when the effect is engaged.
Other features include active three-band EQ to deliver studio-grade tone shaping in a compact pedal, and Level and Drive controls to find the sweet spot between dirt and volume. There’s also a Low Pass Filter switch to compensate for full-range bass systems equipped with tweeters. Buffered bypass and a silent-switching, custom footswitch actuator completes the package.
Operable with 9V battery (not included) or optional DC power supply (Tech 21 Model #DC2).
30th December 2009 — Tech 21 has expanded their SansAmp Character Series with the addition of 3 new pedals: Oxford, Leeds and U.S. Steel. The Oxford’s tones range from ‘70s London glam to modern stoner rock. The Leeds spans from the ‘60s cl …
30th December 2009 — Responding to a record number of requests, Tech 21 has designed a 6-channel, programmable version of their SansAmp Character Series VT Bass pedal. The SansAmp VT Bass Deluxe features a combination of a warm, all-analog …
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