[NAMM] DigiTech Trio, your band in a pedal
DigiTech will unveil tomorrow at NAMM a new effect pedal that generates bass and drum parts based on what you play on the guitar.
The DigiTech Trio is ideal for singers/guitarists who play solo and need a rhythmic section to accompany themselves.
The Trio features a footswitch that you’ll press so that the pedal can “learn” the chords and rhythm played on the guitar ; it can learn up to three different parts in a song.
You can choose between 7 music genres: blues, pop, alternative rock, rock, country, R&B and jazz, and each genre features up to 12 song styles that can be played in 4/4 or 3/4. You can also adjust the tempo, bass and drum levels.
Connexion on the Trio include headphone with level, amp and mixer outputs, and an input for the optional DigiTech FS3X footswitch, with which you’ll select parts and styles. The power supply is provided.
Discover the DigiTech Trio at digitech.com.
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