Lake Elsinore, CA (February 8, 2013) -- Suhr recently released the Corso Recording Amplifier, which is designed for studio use. Here are the details from their website: OVERVIEW The

Lake Elsinore, CA (February 8, 2013) -- Suhr recently released the Corso Recording Amplifier, which is designed for studio use. Here are the details from their website:

OVERVIEW

The Suhr Corso Recording Amplifier is the ideal studio companion. Corso is a versatile no compromise variable wattage amplifier that provides players with all the tone and character of a high powered amplifier in a compact, portable form factor - perfect for any recording studio application or bedroom practice session.

FEATURES

Corso is packed with a number of features which give players incredible flexibility for carving out their ideal sound. With the on-board attenuator, Corso can be easily transformed from the most complex and detailed clean tones, to a wall of harmonically rich overdriven lead tones at any volume.

RECORDING AT HOME MADE EASY

Equipped with unique a Line Out (post power section), the Corso is ready for the studio. The Corso’s Line Out offers the sound of the entire amplifier, not just the pre-amp section, so you can fully experience all of the Corso’s tone when you plug directly into your digital recording I/O interface for your next session. Should inspiration strike in the middle of the night, just turn the attenuator control fully counterclockwise and play without disturbing the neighbors, or your family.

LIKE TO USE PEDALS?

The Corso was designed with a special low-gain front-end to accommodate all of your favorite boost, overdrive and time based pedals.

Pricing information

MSRP $999

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