Gig-fx inc. has released second generation versions of the Megawah and Chopper that feature 'Better than True Bypass' circuitry.
The technology will be incorporated into all gig-fx pedals in the future.
Unlike True Bypass, there is no loud pop when the pedal circuits are engaged, according to gig-fx. gig-fx pedals use optical switching and are noiselessly by-passed when the pedal is all the way back.
The bypass circuitry is designed to preserve signal harmonics better than a True Bypass by driving cable lengths at the optimum impedance value with open frequency response circuitry. In comparison, True Bypass pedals are audibly less transparent with losses of high frequencies into instrument cables, even expensive cables.
See gig-fx at Winter NAMM, Anaheim: Hall E Booth #1129.
For more information, visit their web site at www.gig-fx.com.
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