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[NAMM] Dr Green strikes at Hayden

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Distortion from Hayden belonging to the Dr Green series.

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Hayden will introduce at NAMM 2013 a new series of six guitar effect pedals designed in partnership with Dr. Green.

The Hayden Dr. Green Series includes the following guitar effect pedals, each accompanied by a presentation video. All the pedals are hand made in the UK and include a true bypass.

The Hairy Tongue: a fuzz pedal with 2 Volume and Fuzz controls

 

The Black Death: a distortion with gain, tone and master controls

Life Support: a sustain and compression pedal with input level, sustain and Master controls

 

The Cubicle: a reverb with two Wet and Dry controls

 

Booster Shot: a booster with two High and Full Boost knobs

The Waiting Room: a delay pedal with Mix, delay time and repetition number controls

 

More details soon on www.haydenamps.com and on thursday at NAMM 2013.

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