Wampler Pedals reproduce the sound of the AC-30
After working on Marshall models with its PlexiDrive, Wampler Pedals now reproduces the classic British sound with the Ace Thirty overdrive pedal.
The Ace Thirty is inspired by the legendary Vox AC-30 amplifier and features a pre-gain Class A Boost switch for the high-end that can also be used when the pedal is off to drive other pedals or amps.
The built-in 3-band equalizer features a Top Cut that, according to Wampler, reacts the same way and cut the same frequency range as the original.
Other controls include volume, gain and boost knobs as well as a Headroom 30-15 switch for the gain stages. The second available footswitch is a true bypass.
Inside the pedal, a trim pot allows for adjusting the input gain according to the pickups of your guitar.
The Ace Thirty requires a 9V battery or external power supply (Boss type connector).
The pedal will be available on November 29th, its price is still to be release. Demos will soon be online at www.wamplerpedals.com.
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