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Sonic Edge Tumbleweed Pedal

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The Tumbleweed is a country pedal – the comp side has level and sensitivity controls, while the clean boost sports a level control and a three-way toggle switch with Brit, Cali, and Jazz voicing.

Separate bypass switches are designed to allow the comp and boost to be used together, or separate as two individual units.  The Tumbleweed will go on pre-sale at NAMM for expected delivery in September, in time for the 2010 holiday season.

Fargen will demonstrate the Tumbleweed pedal prototype, along with the J&J Overdrive pedal already in production, at the Fargen/Sonic Edge booth #1449.

Sonic Edge is running a special dealer giveaway and all dealers that stop by the booth to try the pedals will be entered into a drawing to win a free J&J Overdrive pedal.  In addition, Fargen will announce the three winners of its ‘Me and My Fargen’ contest while at the conference.

Ben Fargen launched Sonic Edge in March 2010, to focus on manufacturing guitar and bass effects pedals.

Visit www.sonicedgeinc.com for more information.
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