The Red Ripper is designed to responds to the dynamics of your individual touch.
While the Red Ripper acts similar to an envelope filter, the signal is not actually being filtered, so your tone won’t thin out and drop off when the effect is engaged, according to Tech 21.
Other features include active three-band EQ, and Level and Drive controls to find the sweet spot between dirt and volume. There’s also a Low Pass Filter switch to compensate for full-range bass systems equipped with tweeters. Buffered bypass and a silent-switching, custom footswitch actuator completes the package.
Operable with 9V battery (not included) or optional DC power supply (Tech 21 Model #DC2).
Check out www.tech21nyc.com for more information.
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