Rocktron releases the Hush 2X pedal
Introduced at NAMM last January, the two-channel version of the Rocktron Hush noise reducer pedal is now hitting the stores.
The new Rocktron Hush 2X pedal retains the original concept of the Hush noise reductor, but now gives your the ability to work with two distinct channels/circuits. For instance, you can use one circuit between the pedalboard and the amp input and use the second circuit with the effect loop of the amp, or place one circuit before and the other after a single pedal of pedal chain in a pedalboard.
The Hush 2X features two switches to enable/disable each circuit separately, and two knobs to adjust the noise reduction up to 65 dB. The pedal also includes a true bypass.
The price announced by Rocktron is 211,65 € / $249 / £214.95. More info at www.rocktron.com.
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