Truetone Unveils the 1 SPOT Pro Line of Power Supplies

Two versions, the CS7 and CS12, will be available in July.

Spring Hill, TN (June 25, 2015) -- Already well known for their tremendously popular 1 SPOT, Truetone’s new 1 SPOT Pro line expands their power supply offerings to meet the needs of today’s musicians. Bob Weil, Truetone founder and president elaborates: “When we introduced the revolutionary 1 SPOT in 2000, we upped the ante for what guitar players expect from an affordable, 9-volt power supply. 15 years later, we are doing it again with our 1 SPOT Pro line that fills in the gap for the musician looking for an affordable, professional, power supply. The 1 SPOT Pro offers a wide variety of voltages, and all the power you need for those milliamp hungry digital pedals that are now the rage. In fact, the 1 SPOT Pro can power just about any pedal on the market.”

Utilizing the powerful 1 SPOT technology, the CS7 and CS12 offer the highest level of sheer power and flexibility available in a pedal board power supply. Shipping begins July 27th.

Specifications:

Spot Pro CS7
  • 7 fully isolated and filtered outputs
  • 3 voltage options provide power for 99% of effect pedals
  • Includes a wide variety of power cables and converter plugs
  • Pedaltrain mounting brackets included
  • Worldwide Input Voltage
  • 2x the power of the best selling brick-style power supply
  • 5-year Warranty
  • $119.95 Street Price
  • Spot Pro CS12
    • 12 fully isolated and filtered outputs
    • 5 voltage options provide power for virtually any effect pedal
    • Pedaltrain mounting brackets included
    • Includes a wide variety of power cables and converter plugs
    • Switchable Worldwide Input Voltage
    • 3x the power of the best selling brick-style power supply
    • 5-year Warranty
    • $179.95 Street Price

    For more information:
    Truetone

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