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MUSIKMESSE 2017: Bogner Oxford Fuzz and Lyndhurst Compressor
Each of the pedals feature Rupert Neve Designs transformers, which are directly influenced by the iconic mixing consoles of the 1960's such as the legendary Neve 80 series. With Rupert Neve Designs audio transformers already being featured within the massively successful distortion, overdrive and booster pedals, Bogner have taken it upon themselves to introduce the feature to their brand new Oxford Fuzz Pedal, encouraging a distinctive and harmonious tonality. Responding to an increasing demand for more gain over the years, Richard Bogner utilises the unique ferro-silicon design of the Neve-designed transformer to incur an amp-esque breakup that responds to the intricacies of your particular technique and playing style. For those who crave a sonic palette that is not only diverse but consistent in its quality, the Oxford pedal offers a selection of three different fuzz effects which cater to even the most particular of tastes. Featuring a simplistic three way fuzz switch and a simplistic gain knob, you can expect a practical and inviting way to dial in your tone.
Next on Bogner's agenda is the delectable Lyndhurst Compressor, a pedal that again takes us back to the sixties; an age of frivolity, peace and exceptional sound processing. Thanks to its dynamic parameter settings you can interchangeably operate between a variety of genres including country, rock and blues. For those who tend to lean more towards the grittier end of the spectrum, Inp/comp control provides the player with a sustain that will keep those riffs humming for days on end. Or, if you like to indulge in the transient tranquility of more ambient tones, flip that 3 position EQ switch to Sparkle and lay back as the atmospheric tones wash over you.
To check out our range of Guitarsand compressor pedals please visit the referenced product pages. For more information on Musikmesse and various related product releases please visit our dedicated Musikmesse show page.
By Josh Hummerston
Posted on 4 Apr 2017 15:07 to category : Instruments News
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