TC Electronic Introduces "iB Modified" G-System and Nova Delay

iB Modified refers to an input buffer mod designed to elevate the products to a new level of sonic purity

Risskov, Denmark (November 4, 2011) -- TC Electronic has teamed up with ProGuitarShop and Italian tech wizard Massimo Mantovani to develop a limited run of G-System and Nova Delay units featuring Mantovani's input buffer tweak.

By changing the analog input design as well as a number of components, TC Electronic says a super transparent tone that offers loads of punch and a snappier response has been created. The iB modified pedals also feature exclusive aesthetics. The G-System iB Modified features a sleek black finish while the Nova Delay iB Modified has a red finish.

The limited run units will retail for $2449 MSRP for the G-System and $345 MSRP for the Nova Delay.

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