The bundle includes the Stereo Chorus Flanger, Booster, Dual EQ, Sustainer, and XII Phaser.

TC Electronic

Risskov, Denmark (May 16, 2017) -- More than forty years ago two brothers created what is arguably the sweetest and most musical chorus pedal ever made - the Stereo Chorus Flanger by TC Electronic.

In classic boutique style it was built as a one-off, but rumor spread fast and before long SCFs were found on guitar hero pedal boards around the world.

40 years ago our 5-pack of power, the SCF, Booster, Dual EQ, Sustainer and XII Phaser, spearheaded a revolution in sound. Unfortunately none of these classics are available anymore and have for years been highly sought after on the vintage market.

But now the tone chase is over!

By modelling these iconic pedals down to the very last component, we have brought the classics back to rocking life.

But now a new generation of audio engineers have brought these legendary pedals back to life as amazing plug-ins for your DAW - modelled down to the very last component based on the original late 70s schematics.

Available: Now

Bundle launch price: $99 (normal $149) - ends May 28st at midnight (GMT) Crossgrades from PowerCore are available

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