TC Electronic Releases Mike Stern and Victor Wooten TonePrints

Jazz guitarist Mike Stern creates a personalized delay setting while bassist Victor Wooten delivers a chorus TonePrint.

Risskov, Denmark (March 4, 2014) -- For the next installment of the hit TonePrint series, TC Electronic decided to jazz things up by introducing 2 icons in the jazz/fusion world: Mike Stern and Victor Wooten. Both deliver a unique TonePrint which are available immediately and for free here or via the free TonePrint app for Android and iOS.

Mike Stern delivers a TonePrint for Flashback Delay and Flashback X4 Delay, aptly named Mike Stern Delay. Mike's custom TonePrint is a sophisticated, ambient delay TonePrint, and as MIke put it: “The guitar is a very percussive instrument – especially if you play with a pick. This TonePrint gives it a singing ambience sound.”

Victor Wooten delivers his Ghost Chorus for Corona Chorus and The Dreamscape pedals. This TonePrint a very subtle and very versatile chorus. It's great for shining up sustained parts, for adding an edge to your slapping - and pretty much everything in between. To celebrate the release of these TonePrints, TC Electronic will be giving away a Flashback Delay and a Corona Chorus signed by Mike Stern and Victor Wooten - guitarists and bassists worldwide can enter by signing up for the TC Electronic newsletter at

Tore Mogensen, Business Manager for Guitar at TC Electronic adds: "Mike Stern and Victor Wooten are both icons in their own right. They are well-known and well-respected musicians even far outside of the jazz world and these TonePrints are really useable in many different musical contexts - I could not be happier about how they turned out!"

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