Premier Guitar features affiliate links to help support our content. We may earn a commission on any affiliated purchases.

TC Electronic Releases Line of Mini Pedals

TC Electronic Releases Line of Mini Pedals

The line includes the Flashback Mini Delay, Shaker Mini Vibrato, Corona Mini Chorus and Vortex Mini Flanger.

Risskov, Denmark (May 13, 2014) -- TC Electronic announces its new line of Mini Pedals, which take all that you know and love about TC effects and pours it into a footprint too good to be true! The line includes the Flashback Mini Delay, Shaker Mini Vibrato, Corona Mini Chorus and Vortex Mini Flanger, rounding out TC Electronic’s entire range of TonePrint stompboxes in the mini pedal arena.

The new Mini Pedals are available in stores beginning June 1st in the EU, and in the end of June in the US for $99.99 suggested US retail/ 99€ EU SSP/ £85 UK SSP. The Flashback Mini Delay will be available for $119.99 suggested US retail/ 119 € EU SSP / £99 UK SSP.

Built around the same small enclosure which made pedals such as PolyTune Mini, Hall of Fame Mini Reverb, Spark Mini Booster and Ditto Looper instant smash hits, these new mini pedals are nothing less than a godsend for every pedalboard out there.

The new 3-knob UI gives you more possibilities for direct tone manipulation on the fly, but the real magic still lies in the amazing TonePrint technology. With TonePrint, you can upload tones created by some of the most influential and creative artists out there. TC Electronic has also sweetened the deal by giving you the option of creating your own signature sounds via the free TonePrint Editor. So in essence, these tiny pedals contain endless potential that well exceeds their diminutive size.

Of course, the new mini pedals feature the same true-bypass, analog-dry-through design and pristine sound quality that you’ve come to expect from TC Electronic. With TonePrint at the core of these pedals, they are truly huge where it matters and tiny where it counts!

For more information:
TC Electronic

Full Slash Interview
Full Slash Interview on New Blues Album, S.E.R.P.E.N.T. Festival, Guitar Gear, Pedal Steel & More

The guitar icon shares what went into making his chart-topping blues album and what gear fans can expect to see at the S.E.R.P.E.N.T. Blues Festival tour.

With two channels of 100% valve versatility, selectable output wattage, and footswitchable attenuator.

Read MoreShow less

This 1968 Epiphone Al Caiola Standard came stocked with P-90s and a 5-switch Tone Expressor system.

Photo courtesy of Guitar Point (guitarpoint.de)

Photo courtesy of Guitar Point (guitarpoint.de)

The session ace’s signature model offers a wide range of tones at the flip of a switch … or five.

Hello and welcome back to Mod Garage. Not long ago, I came home late from a band rehearsal, still overly excited about the new songs we played. I got myself a coffee (I know, it's a crazy procedure to calm down) and turned on the TV. I ended up with an old Bonanza episode from the ’60s, the mother of all Western TV series. Hearing the theme after a long time instantly reminded me of the great Al Caiola, who is the prolific session guitarist who plays on the song. With him in mind, I looked up the ’60s Epiphone “Al Caiola” model and decided I want to talk about the Epiphone/Gibson Tone Expressor system that was used in this guitar.

Read MoreShow less

Slinky playability, snappy sounds, and elegant, comfortable proportions distinguish an affordable 0-bodied flattop.

Satisfying, slinky playability. Nice string-to-string balance. Beautiful, comfortable proportions.

Cocobolo-patterned HPL back looks plasticky.

$699

Martin 0-X2E
martinguitar.com

4
4
4.5
4

Embracing the idea of an acoustic flattop made with anything other than wood can, understandably, be tricky stuff. There’s a lot of precedent for excellent-sounding acoustics built with alternative materials, though. Carbon-fiber flattops can sound amazing and I’ve been hooked by the sound and playability of Ovation and Adamas instruments many times.

Read MoreShow less