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Mike Beigel launches under the Mu-FX brand a new version of the 70s Mu-Tron filter effect named Tru-Tron 3X.

According to Mike Beigel, who is the inventor of the Mu-Tron III and co-funder of Musitronics Corps that released the first model, the Tru-Tron 3X retains the original filter concept with some enhnacements:

  • MU and PRE controls to adjust the envelope drive and the gain separately
  • MU/PRE switch
  • Light indicators for the envelope saturation and the audio distortion
  • MIX position on the filter mode switch
  • Higher Q than on the Mu-Tron III
  • Status light: green for bypass and bleu for the effect
  • True bypass

The Tru-Tron 3X is available for the price of €/$ 379. Full details are available at mu-fx-trutron3x.com.

 

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