Suhr Announces Koji Compressor and Hedgehog Amp

Suhr Guitars have announced the release of the Koji Comp–an all analog compressor–and the Hedgehog, a 50-watt, single channel amp with a cascaded overdrive section.

Lake Elsinore, CA (February, 7 2013) -- The Koji Comp is a versatile analog compressor, designed to offer a wealth of vintage and modern style compression effects without compromising your tone. With a simple twist of the Mix control, or flick of Koji’s Voice switch, you can easily create a limitless range of compression effects. Whether you choose subtle, transparent compression for smoothing out your rhythms, or dial in warm and squishy tones to take you into R&B and Country territory -the Koji Comp is possibly the last compressor you will ever need.

MSRP $200

Steeped in the classic, hot-rodded American tone tradition, the Suhr Hedgehog is designed to offer players the utmost in tonal versatility. The Hedgehog is a modern all-tube, 50 watt single-channel amplifier that features a cascaded overdrive section, four voicings, and a series/parallel effects loop - all of which are easily programmable.

MSRP $TBA

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