TomasZewicZ Amplifiers Announces TZZ T Drive Pedal

TomasZewicZ Amplifiers'' new overdrive pedal is officially released

Coral Springs, FL (March 20, 2010) -- TomasZewicZ Amplifiers has just released the TZZ T Drive pedal.

This overdrive pedal consists of an optimized clipping circuit that provides rich smooth harmonics followed by a tone stack with treble, middle, and bass controls. The tone stack is then followed by a gain stage to boost the signal and buffer the output. The pedal uses true bypass switching, includes 9-18 VDC power capability along with 9V battery operation. A bright blue LED is used as the on indicator. MAP is $185.00

The pedal has been in development for some time and was first seen and heard in our video of TomasZewicZ Amps from the LA Amp Show 2009. The pedal was first officially on display at the Austin Amp Show.

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