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Shin-Juku Drive Guitar Effects Pedal is the New Release From MXR
The recently released Shin-Juku Drive delivers iconic boutique amp tones right from your pedalboard in a compact footswitch format. The MXR Custom Shop design team worked in collaboration with Shin Suzuki, Japan’s most celebrated amp tech and pedal designer, to capture the sound of one of the rarest and most sought-after amps ever made.
Shin Suzuki used his extensive knowledge of amplifiers to create the ultimate pedal for achieving a smooth, wide open overdrive with tons of sustain and an incredibly fast response time that is accurate to every playing detail. The Shin-Juku Drive’s simple three-knob interface allows users to achieve a wide range of sounds, from an organic boost to full on grinding overdrive.
The Shin-Juku features a dark switch, which cuts high frequencies for a darker, mellower sound. In addition, the Shin-Juku Drive features true bypass switching and comes in a sturdy compact shell that can withstand the daily rigors of gig-life!
The Shin-Juku Drive is available from November at Gear4music electric guitar shop. .
By Toop HarrisPosted on 12 Sep 2016 14:15 to category : Instruments News
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