Red Witch Analog Pedals Announces Medusa ChorusTrem Reissue

Red Witch reissues the Medusa, which blends Chorus and Tremolo

Anaheim, CA (January 12, 2010) -- Red Witch Analog Pedals has announced the reissue of their Medusa ChorusTrem pedal. Here's what the company has to say about the release:
The Red Witch Medusa ChorusTrem is back! She of the swirling chorus, She of the pulsing trem…… Back after five long years and better than ever!

Due to unprecedented demand our classic ChorusTrem pedal has returned: Stereo output, Expression pedal, multiple modes – everything you remember and more!

She’ll Chorus, she’ll Tremolo and she’ll ChorusTrem. There is only one Medusa – Hallelujah she’s back!
The Medusa will street for $349 and be available in late February.

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