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Flanger for Guitar from TC Electronic belonging to the TonePrint series

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TC introduces bass TonePrint pedals, letting famous bass players design their personal tones and making them available as free downloads.

A line-up of bass players have already contributed including Nathan East (Clapton, Fourplay, etc.), Mark King (Level 42), Divinity Roxx (Beyoncé), Gail Ann Dorsey (Lenny Kravitz), Charles Cave (White Lies), Justin Meldal-Johnsen (Nine Inch Nails, Beck), Uriah Duffy and more.

 

The TonePrint pedal series consists of Flashback Delay, Corona Chorus, Vortex Flanger, Hall of Fame Reverb and Shaker Vibrato. All Bass TonePrints are available as free downloads, or as part of the TonePrint App for smartphones that allows users to beam Bass TonePrints through the pickups of their bass and directly into their pedals.


Pedals
• True Bypass
• Analog Dry-Through – No conversion of dry signals
• Easy battery access – One-screw battery access
• Compact footprint

 

Available: January 2012

 

Prices:

Bass TonePrints: Free

Flashback Delay & Looper: USD 169 / EUR 149

Corona Chorus: USD 129 / EUR 129

Vortex Flanger: USD 129 / EUR 129

Vibrato Shaker: USD 129 / EUR 129

 

Bass TonePrint Webpage

 

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