TC Electronic Announces 13 New Pedals

The new series includes the Rusty Fuzz, Grand Magus Distortion, Cinders Overdrive, Fangs Metal Distortion, Prophet Digital Delay, Echobrain Analog Delay, and more.

Risskov, Denmark (October 24, 2016) -- The new series of affordable stomp boxes covers all essential guitar effects, with a sound quality to satisfy both the aficionado on a budget and the new kid on the tonal block.

All pedals feature a metal chassis ready for the tough life on the road, with top-mounted ins and outs, and True Bypass, so they never affect your tone when off.

Made for Rock n Roll

The Rusty Fuzz, Grand Magus Distortion, Cinders Overdrive and Fangs Metal Distortion give you rich and versatile drive with enough vintage crunch and organic bite to last you a lifetime.

It's About Time

Create pristine beds of ambience with The Prophet Digital Delay, gorgeous runaway delays with the all-analog Echobrain Analog Delay and deep splashy oceans with Skysurfer Reverb.

The Dynamics Duo

On a quest for warm vintage compression? With its all-analog circuitry, the Forcefield Compressor has got you covered. Need some 20dBs of super transparent clean boost? Rush Booster to the rescue!

Mountains of Modulation

Resuscitate the vintage ripple of yesteryear with Blood Moon Phaser and Thunderstorm Flanger, and go all warped vinyl and wild wobbles with Tailspin Vibrato and Afterglow Chorus.

Price: $49.99 US / €49.99 EU

Available: November (US), October 21st (Europe)

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Multiple modulation modes and malleable voices cement a venerable pedal’s classic status.

Huge range of mellow to immersive modulation sounds. Easy to use. Stereo output. Useful input gain control.

Can sound thin compared to many analog chorus and flange classics.

$149

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