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  • Digitech Chorus
  • CF-7
  • 7 emulations for this pedal: Digitech Multi Chorus, Voodoo Lab Analog Chorus, TC Electronic Stereo Chorus Flanger, Fulltone Choralflange, Boss CH-1 and CE-5, Electro-Harmonix Small Clone.

  • TC Electronic Distortion
  • NDR-1 Nova Drive
  • All the necessary for Overdrive and Distortion, each one with dedicated controls, and a switch for the signal routing that expands the possibilities of the musician. The circuit is completely analog. A great TC Electronic product.

  • Fender Chorus
  • Competition Chorus
  • A remarkable quality/price ratio. A very simple pedal, but it features two outputs and turns out really versatile. Substantially, it is surprising and turns out suitable to clean sounds, above all, but not only.

  • Sony Handheld
  • ICD-SX712D
  • It permits the choice among 6 different scenes, they are called so, and with Sound Organizer the user can transfer files to the computer, can convert them in MP3 or burn a music CD.

  • Fostex Multitrack
  • MR16HD
  • 4 XLR inputs, balanced, and 4 1/4" inputs. There is a guitar input with a dedicated knob for the analogic distortion. The Trim control is very useful to cut the signal level to avoid the distortion.

  • Yamaha Handheld
  • Pocketrak PR7
  • 5 presets (OFF, NEAR, BAND, FIELD, SPEECH), 24-bit/96kHz, WAV and MP3, tuner, metronome and limiter. With the Overdubbing and up to 36 position markers, it can be a good choice for a musician.

  • Roland Cube
  • Micro Cube GX
  • 8 emulations, with a specific setting for a vocal microphone. It is equipped with three controls (Gain, Volume and Tone). Three colors: red, white and black.

  • Marshall JCM 900
  • 4101 Dual Reverb
  • A single 12" Celestion G12-100. Flexible outputs.

  • Fender Vintage Reissue
  • '65 Twin Reverb
  • The Vibrato works only if the footswitch (optional) is plugged in.