A pair of popular pedals get the mini treatment.

TC Electronic

Risskov, Denmark (April 28, 2017) -- The latest additions to our compact mini pedal series, HyperGravity Mini Compressor & Mimiq Mini Doubler are a dynamic duo worthy of any pedalboard.

Jam-packed with all the same great tone and features as their bigger brothers, HyperGravity Mini and Mimiq Mini ensure that there's no need to compromise on either tone or pedalboard real estate.

HyperGravity Mini Compressor

Features:

  • Studio-quality multi-band compressor
  • Ultra-compact design
  • TonePrint enabled

HyperGravity Mini Compressor is the worlds smallest multi-band compressor. We took our award-winning MD3 algorithm and squeezed into a tiny pedal enclosure.

Mimiq Mini Doubler

Features:

  • The world's smallest guitar doubling pedal
  • Add an additional guitar track on top of your clean guitar
  • Make your riffs and solos sound massive

Mimiq Mini Doubler brings you the same ground-breaking, live-guitar doubling as its bigger brother. With our proprietary doubler algorithm condensed and squeezed it into a compact enclosure, Mimiq Mini delivers actual studio-grade double tracking in an impossibly small package

Available: Worldwide in May 2017

Price: $99 US / €99 EU

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