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Red Iron Amps Introduces the Pedal Pusher

The pedal offers up to 11 dB of clean boost.

Austin, TX (October 9, 2014) -- Available exclusively from Red Iron Amps. Designed/hand-built in-house and hand-wired using top quality components and high silver-content solder for years of exceptional service on stage, in the studio and at home.

The subminiature tube in the Pedal Pusher, derived from our buffer design is used in signal chains on stage and in studios around the world, is perceived by musicians’ ears as better balanced, warmer, rounder and more organic than cheaper op-amp and even high-cost transistor gain circuitry.

Includes high-quality, state-of the-art, torroidal power transformers which sound better and last longer than diode-multiplying power supplies of buffer and boost pedals. Very forgiving of common power fluctuations, will keep working and leave your tone exactly as you want it so involuntary power sags, surges and interruptions won’t funk-up your studio and live sound.

The low-impedence (buffered output) make your pedals sound better. Specially designed to play great with other pedals, consistently enhancing and enriching the tones from your favorite effects, helping them sound even better than before.

Street: $329

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