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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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