TC Electronic's Röttweiler Distortion was designed to capture the tone and feel of a high-gain tube amp's power.
The analog design features a distortion circuit based on soft clipping – like real tube amps.
The ‘Voice’ toggle switch allows for choosing between two midrange voicings, going from "classic hard rock to death metal," according to TC Electronic. Also, the two tone controls, Treble and Bass, are designed to let users fine-tune their guitar tone.
Röttweiler Distortion Main Features:
• High-gain Distortion
• Designed to turn an Amp into a Metal Stack
• Two-band Active EQ – Separate Bass and Treble Controls
• Voice Switch
• True Bypass
• One-screw Battery Access
• Custom ‘Hammerhead’ Die-cast Aluminum Casing
Pricing & Availability:
- Available: November, 2011
- Price: US$129 MSRP / €119 SSP
Röttweiler Distortion Online: tcelectronic.com/rottweiler
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