The limited-edition version adds multiple Octaver-style circuits, and an additional effects footswitch that can be toggled as latching or momentary.

Nashville, TN (July 24, 2019) -- Third Man Hardware is excited to announce their newest pedal The Plasma Coil, a special version of the Plasma Pedal created by Gamechanger Audio and Third Man Records. The high-voltage distortion and octave effect pedal -- which Jack White is currently using in his rig on tour with The Raconteurs -- will be available in standard edition black and special edition yellow (while supplies last) exclusively at Third Man's online and physical stores now.

At The Plasma Coil's heart is GCA's innovative High Voltage Distortion technology that expresses audio signal as a series of electrical discharges. Even though they’ve been printing the words: "High Voltage Rock’n’Roll" on AC/DC t-shirts since 1973, Plasma Distortion is the first (and only) commercial musical device that literally amplifies audio signal to 3500 Volts.

Plasma Coil takes High Voltage distortion to new heights by adding multiple Octaver-style circuits, and an additional effects footswitch that can be toggled as latching or momentary.

Another difference from the original Plasma Pedal is the removed blend control - with Plasma Coil the signal is always 100 percent Plasma - take it or leave it.

Watch the company's video demo:

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