Tech 21’s Private Stock Division Introduces SansAmp Liverpool Deluxe

The SansAmp Liverpool Deluxe features a combination of an all-analog signal path and convenient digital programmability.

Clifton, NJ (May 9, 2012) – Tech 21 has designed the live version of their popular Liverpool pedal from the SansAmp Character Series. Available direct through their Private Stock Division, quantities are extremely limited.

The SansAmp Liverpool Deluxe features a combination of an all-analog signal path and convenient digital programmability. There are four independent, pop-free footswitch actuators and the same controls as its sibling --Drive, Character, Low, Mid, High and Level. Dual inputs allow you to have two instruments on-line and ready to go With 6 program locations, you can create three custom tones for each input or use all six for a single instrument.

Super simple to operate, changes can easily be made on the fly--without having to refer to the owner’s manual. You just turn the knobs to a setting you like, double click on a footswitch and it’s saved in that channel. You can tailor and program any six sounds, from the jangle of mop-top pop to the top-boosted growl of mod rock.

The SansAmp Liverpool Deluxe can be used as a preamp or stomp box with any amp/combo, power amp and speaker cabinet, or direct into any mixing console. There’s a 1/4- inch instrument level input, as well as 1/4” and XLR outputs with selectable levels.

For more information:
www.tech21nyc.com

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