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Guyatone introduces new “mighty micro” series of pedal effects.


Godlyke, Inc. is pleased to announce the release of the new Guyatone mighty micro series of compact effect pedals. Based on Guyatone’s Micro Series effects, the mighty micros offer an ultra-compact, lightweight chassis that is 33% smaller and 50% lighter than the average stompbox.

New features include:

• Lightweight, ultra-durable cast-aluminum chassis
• Top-mounted, no-tools battery compartment with “Smart Screw” and battery “Load Scope”
• Mechanical True Bypass Switching
• Ultra-Bright status LED is easily visible on dark stages
• Cast Aluminum “Stomp Guard” protects Controls from damage or accidental adjustment
• Adjustable Input Attenuators allow use with any instrument or input signal
• Glow-In-The-Dark Washer for Bypass Switch offers improved visibility on dark stages
• Additional Controls with improved Functionality provide greater tonal options
• Top-mounted jacks save space on crowded pedalboards
• 3-Year Warranty

The first round of mighty micro models will be available in late September, 2008 and features the following models:

HDm5 Hot Drive – Improved version of HD-3 Hot Drive, the HDm5 features increased gain sculpting as well as true bypass switching. List Price – $150.00 MAP – $127.50

MDm5 Micro Digital Delay – Improved version of the top-selling MD-3, features 2600 milliseconds of the same great delay tone with the addition of a hi-frequency roll-off control. List – $225 MAP – $190

WRm5 Wah Rocker – New features include Effect Level and Response controls. Improved frequency response and Dry Blend allows use with Bass Guitar & Keys. List – $145 MAP – $122.50

VTm5 Veri-Trem – Features Effect Level, Speed and Intensity controls as well as selectable sine/ triangle/square oscillator waveforms and hi-end roll-off control. List – $155 MAP – $131.50

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