GSi launches its first hardware device
Genuine Soundware announces its first hardware pedal, Burn, which simulates a rotary effect and will be available in july.
Burn can be used by guitar, keyboard player or in home studio. This programable digital stereo pedal is equipped with a tube distortion and can send MIDI messages. 7 other static, modulation and reverb effects complete the 9 built-in rotary effects and GSi adds that a digital stereo reverb is available for all the effects.
The pedal features a backlit LCD screen, an encoder and three footswitches for true stereo bypass, effect stop and slow/fast effect.
32 programable presets are included, they can be assigned to any of the 127 MIDI Program Change numbers. You can also control in real time 6 parameters and up to 11 additional parameters per preset.
The connection panel features two inputs and two outputs (jack), a headphone out with dedicated volume control, MIDI In and Thru (Program Change and CC compatible) and you can remote control the pedal via an optional footswitch.
Burn will be available at the end of july, the first 100 pedals will have a special introductory price, which has not been specified.
More info and audio demos at www.genuinesoundware.com.
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