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TC Electronic G-Natural Pedal Praised
The G-Natural from TC Electronic is a multi-effects processor built for the acoustic guitarist.
This month, Performing Musician Magazine has been taking the pedal for a test drive.
Performing Musician Magazine wrote, "The G-Natural is a high-quality, versatile multi-effects system aimed at the serious acoustic musician."
Compression, EQ, boost, reverb, delay and a wide range of modulation can all be found within the G-Natural.
A wealth of customizable and easy to use presets was also a feature that impressed the reviewers, as was the extent to which the effects could be used.
"You can enhance things subtly or you can go over the top to create some very interesting textual backdrops."
Additional features such as a built in tuner and microphone input all combine with the effects mentioned above to create one incredibly versatile unit.
"The G-Natural is the best all-in-one solution Ive come across to date. Highly recommended."
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Posted on 9 Dec 2009 16:20 to category : Instruments News
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