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NAMM 2016: Orange Amps Expand Pedal Range With Two Strokes Boost EQ and The Amp Detonator
The Two Strokes Boost EQ is Orange's take on a clean boost but with a touch more versatility (dual-parametric EQ) than your stereotypical boost pedal. 12dB of output can be added to your signal to allow you to cut through the mix with pronounced detail, or to add an extra dimension to your guitar solo.
As well as the boost, The Amp Detonator ABY pedal allows you to run two amps at the same time, resolve any phasing and hum issues, normally associated with running two amps side-by-side, to retain your tone with fantastic transparency.
Both pedals are also ideal for use with bass and electro-acoustic guitars.
By Michael Storey
Posted on 21 Jan 2016 09:00 to category : Instruments News
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