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Suhr Announces Reloaded Versions of Riot and Shiba Drive

Suhr updates their Riot and Shiba Drive pedals and launches their Reloaded series.

Lake Elsinore, CA (August 16, 2013) -- Our Reloaded series is the result of countless hours of listening, testing, and modifying our original distortion and overdrive circuits. Armed with a wide variety of guitars, amplifiers, and pickups, and using our award winning Riot and Shiba Drive pedals as the foundation, we developed Reloaded to deliver a unique tonal palette, while retaining the pedigree of the originals, as well as incorporating all of our customer’s most requested features.

Features:

  • Based on our Award Winning Riot and Shiba Drive pedals.
  • Modified existing circuits to create a unique tonal palette.
  • Incorporates our most popular customer feature requests.
  • New Look - Housed in a unique, spiral faced enclosure, anodized in a deep saturated color, and accented with futuristic, translucent, control knobs.

MSRP: $200

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