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Hotone Pedals and Amps - Full Range Now Available
Hotone have been researching digital audio equipment since 1996, bringing high-quality, forward-thinking technology to guitar players.
The Skyline Series pedals are approximately 1/3rd of the size of standard pedals - who wouldn't want to fit more effects on their pedalboard! You don't have to compromise on quality of your sound or effects, either.
The Hotone pedals have all the regular controls and functions you could ask for, plus great additional features added after extensive research and development with experts with over 15 years experience.
Glow in the dark control knobs and inbuilt LED lights make the Hotone's easier to see onstage, and a protective bar prevents any accidental knocks to the settings whlst you're in full gigging flow.
All pedals have a hard-wearing zinc alloy casing that belies their size, these tough pedals can take on the roughest of gigs.
The smallest compression pedal on the market, the KOMP Opto Compresser provides a clean optical sound, inspired by a classic 1960s American Photoelectric compressor. Make your guitar really sing by tweaking the Treble Boost switch for a brighter tone.
For that rich and warm analogue sound created by an analogue direct signal path, look no further than the EKO Analog-Digital Delay Pedal. This little stompbox is capable of playing anything from a subtle light repeat to full, spacey soundscapes.
The full range of Hotone Guitar and Bass Pedals are now available, including:
- CHOIR Chorus
- TREM Tremolo
- GRASS Overdrive
- FURY Fuzz
- LIFTUP Clean Boost
- WHIP Metal Distortion
- CHUNK Metal Distortion
By Alice Thomson
Posted on 25 Sep 2013 09:49 to category : Instruments News
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