Fishman introduces a new guitar preamp

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Tonedeq, Fishman’s new external preamp, features a bunch of effects to process your acoustic guitare signal.

Fishman completes its range of external preamps with Tonedeq, a new stompbox that features a discrete Class A circuit, a compressor, a volume boost, a phase reverse control and an effect section.

Along with the 4-band EQ with adjustable low-cut (40Hz, 80Hz and 160Hz), the Tonedeq gives you the ability to choose between two reverb presets and two delay presets. Both effects can be combined to a chorus (two presets also), a flanger or a tremolo. The signal is fully analog and the effects are mixed in parallel.

The Tonedeq offers a 1/4” jack and XLR DI outputs with pre/post-EQ switch.

Specifications:

  • Input: Class A JFET, 10 M Ohms
  • Analog signal path, parallel digital effects
  • 4-band EQ with low-cut filter
  • Effects: reverb, delay, chorus, flanger and tremolo
  • Compressor, up to +9dB boost
  • Phase reverse
  • 1/4” jack instrument input
  • 1/4” jack and XLR DI outputs with pre/post-EQ switch
  • Powered by 9V battery or 9V DC power supply (not provided)
  • Dimensions: 142 x 241 x 55mm

The Fishman Tonedeq will be available in July for the street price of $299.95. More details available at www.fishman.com.

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