Stompboxtober Day 24: Amptweaker Tight Rock

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Tight Rock

Designed by iconic high-gain amp guru James Brown, the Tight Rock redefines classic rock and metal tones in a compact stomp box. With a built-in noise gate, three-way tone stack and controls for volume, tone and gain, the Tight Rock is the ultimate addition for players looking for big tone in a small package. Responsive and dynamic, the Tight Rock provides the versatility and sound needed in the most demanding situations.

Why You Must Have It……. And Have It Now!!!

All analog circuitry- none of the latency associated with digital technology. Better dynamics, better response, better tone.
Compact Footprint
True Bypass
Built in noise gate-Fast and responsive to keep everything TIGHT!
3 Way EQ Selection
Fat & Tight Switch
9V or 18V – Run at 18V for more headroom or 9V for more drive & compression
Sound – Did we mention it sounds great! Really, really great!

Specs

• Noise Gate
• True Bypass
• 3 Way Tone Stack
• Gain, Tone & Volume Controls
• Current: 13mA with 9V adapter, 15mA at 18V (Power Supply NOT Included)
• Weight: 1 lbs.
• Dims: 2.7" W X 4.65" D X 2" H
• Made in the USA
• 5 Year Limited Warranty

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