Rocktron unveiled this week at NAMM 2014 two new versions of its noise reduction systems for guitar, the Micro Hush and Hush 2X.
Both new Hush noise reducers are in pedal format. First, and keeping up with the miniature pedal trend, we have the Micro Hush with one single threshold knob, a bypass button, input and output.
For its part, the Hush 2X is a stereo model conceived together with Ola Englund that allows you to process separately the signal going directly into the amp and the one passing through the effect loop.
No info yet regarding pricing availability.
More info to come soon at www.rocktron.com.
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