[NAMM] AmpTweaker FatMetal distortion pedal
AmpTweaker will introduce an evolution of its TightMetal distortion pedal for guitar, the FatMetal.
The FatMetal is described as warmer than the TightMetal, and AmpTweaker adds that its is primarily designed for brighter guitars and amps when the user wants a bigger low-end, for Black Metal for instance.
Features of both pedals are almost identical: the tone circuit was modified for more low-end and added a Black Gain switch to boost the gain. The noise gate has also been improved.
- Tight Attack, gain, tone and volume controls
- Noise gate with automatic threshold based on gain
- EQ switch with Thrash mid-scoop setting
- Black Gain boost switch for a slightly moderate heavy metal to extreme distortion
- Effect loop with Pre/Post switch
- SideTrak effect loop that works when the pedal is bypassed
- 9V-18V power supply or battery-operation
- True bypass switch
- Handmade in the USA
US price of this new FatMeta is $200. More info at www.amptweaker.com.
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