The Classic Distortion (GTE001) pedal emulates the huge, driven tone of an overdriven amp being pushed by a pedal. Featuring a simple layout of Level (actual output), Gain (amount of distortion) and Hi and Lo tone controls, along with a bypass function to eliminate signal loss and unwanted noise, the Guitar Tech Classic Distortion is designed to create any distorted tone of choice, from classic rock to modern metal, with a cutting tone and abundant sustain. £39.99 (approx. $63)
The Guitar Tech Analog Delay (GTE002) is designed to have a warm, natural sound reminiscent of classic analog delay stompboxes and vintage tape delay units. The Analog Delay's three-way Time, Mix and Repeat control system provides a wide range of classic delay sounds, from '50s slapback all the way up to 440ms of delay. £44.99 (approx. $70)
The Vintage Chorus (GTE003) has simple Speed, Mix and Depth controls designed to produce a lush tone for any occasion, from shimmering rhythm patterns to water-drenched, vibrato rounded lead lines. The pedal is also equipped with a true bypass function. £49.99 (approx. $80)
The Dot Matrix Tuner (GTE004) is a true bypass chromatic pedal tuner ideal for use on stage. The Dot Matrix Tuner lets the player tune up to within two cents, using a large LED display and a simple up and down arrow system (to signify if the sound sharp or flat). When engaged, the Dot Matrix Tuner mutes the guitar's output. £49.99 (approx. $80)
The Active Volume Pedal (GTE005) is a smooth, foot operated volume control with features customizable Minimum and Maximum volume controls. It can be used as a killswitch, or as a boost for soloing, or to increase gain while on drive settings. £49.99 (approx. $80)
The pedals all come housed in sturdy metal cases and all can be powered by 9v batteries or through a power supply unit.
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