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Xotic Introduces the SL Drive

Xotic has introduced their first distortion pedal, the SL drive.

Van Nuys, CA (June 12, 2013) -- The Marshall Plexi defines modern and classic Rock n Roll tones that have been used over the past few decades. To pay tribute, Xotic Effects announces the release of the SL Drive! Based upon the tones of the early Marshall Superbass and Superlead.

In keeping with the theme of the EP and SP Compressor, the SL Drive is housed in the same mini enclosure and features Volume, Tone & Drive controls and as always it's true bypass and accepts 9v battery or external power up to 18v.

MSRP: $155

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