A buffer, boost, preamp, EQ, and overdrive.

Keller, TX (December 6, 2016) -- After almost a year of development, design, and redesign, we are finally ready to announce and release our first product created under the Jackson Audio name!

We are very proud to release the Prism!

Designed as the ultimate tone shaping tool for a players pedalboard, the Prism is a buffer, boost, preamp, EQ and overdrive all in one beautiful and compact stainless steel enclosure!

Much like an optical prism, which takes white light and breaks it apart into different colors, the Jackson Audio Prism takes your guitars natural tone and allows you to boost it, shape it and transform it into a new tone that is uniquely you!

Use it shape your tone, slam the front of your amp or add new dimension to your existing pedals, any way you use it, we believe the Prism will be the cornerstone of your rig for many years to come!

We couldn't be more pleased with the way the Prism turned out and we sincerely hope that you'll check out the videos we made for it and consider purchasing one for yourself or someone you care about this holiday season!

The first 50 units are currently on their way to Chicago Music Exchange but you can also preorder the Prism direct from our website at http://jackson.audio

Watch the company's video demo:

For more information:
Jackson Audio

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Beginner

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