In celebration of their 20th anniversary, Tech 21 is releasing a special relic-style version of their SansAmp Classic.
The exterior design is taken from an actual “vintage”SansAmp pedal used on a world tour by a renowned artist. The main heart of the circuitry and inner workings remain virtually unchanged.
Currently, the SansAmp is available in 15 different models, including 5 in their SansAmp Character Series released in 2008.
There is a bank of eight Character switches to adjust tonality, harmonics and dynamics; a 3-position input switch offers a choice of pre-amp styles; and four knob controls to shape pre-amp contours, power amp contours, volume and final tone.
For more info, check out www.tech21nyc.com.
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