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Xotic Effects SL Drive

Distortion from Xotic Effects .

Public price: $155 incl. VAT

Xotic Effects announces that SL Drive, its very first distortion pedal for guitar, will be available this summer.

Xotic Effects gets into saturation with the SL Drive pedal, which reproduces the sound of two vintage british amps, the Super Lead and Super Bass. Inside the pedal, dip switches allow you to choose one or the other amp tone, the Super Lead sounds brighter with more gain, while the Super Bass has more low-end and less highs.

The SL Drive is a 89 x 38 x 38mm compact pedal weighing only 260g. It features two Tone and Drive knobs, as well as a volume control and a true bypass footswitch.

The pedal requires a 9V DC battery or an optional 9-18V power supply.

Pricing: $155

More details at www.xotic.us.

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