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[NAMM] TC Electronic unveils the BodyRez pedal

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TC Electronic will showcase at Summer NAMM in Nashville today a new pedal that will enhance the sound of acoustic-electric guitars.

The BodyRez enhancement technology is well-known by those who own the VoicePlay Acoustic processor, and is now available separately in a mini-stompbox. The BodyRez allows for restoring the natural acoustic resonance of any acoustic guitar equipped with under saddle piezo pickups. It also features an anti-feedback system.

The BodyRez pedal features a single knob that will adjust the amount of effet and a true bypass switch. Due to its small format, it is powered by an external 9V adapter, which is supplied.

Here’s the first demo video of the new BodyRez and you’ll find all the details at www.tcelectronic.com. The pedal will be available late September for the price of 99 €/$.

 

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