Analog Alien Launches the Power Pack

A simple, yet versatile, clean boost.

/strong> (August 15, 2017) -- Guitar effects pedal company Analog Alien is proud to announce the launch of the Power Pack. for 2017.

The Analog Alien Power Pack is a simple, yet versatile, clean boost. The Power Pack's buffered input and unique gain stage make it the perfect choice to boost your amp's input stage, as well as maintain unity gain and tonal balance throughout your signal path.

If you use pedals, especially older vintage pedals, you may be experiencing a loss in signal level whenever one or more of them are in use. The Power Pack will restore your signal to unity gain and at the same time improve the sound quality of your pedals. The Power Pack is designed to work with both guitar and bass.

Whether you are looking to boost your amp, enhance the sound quality of your effects pedals or restore unity gain to your signal path, the Analog Alien Power Pack is the perfect choice.

For more information about the Power Pack and to place an order, please email: analogalien@gmail.com

MSRP is $159 USD.

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