TC Electronic modifies its guitar processors
TC Electronic announces today that from now on, its guitar effects will no longer process D and G strings.
After months of research about string-by-string processing and analyzing thousands of guitar solos, TC Electronic came to the conclusion that most of them do not use D and G strings and that musicans now seek compacity and simplicity.
TC Electronic decided to stop processing the sound of these two D and G guitar strings, which will enhance by almost 25% the processing power. This allows for improving guitar effects and reduce the size of the processors. So when you use TC guitar processors, E, A, B and E strings will be affected by the effects but the D and G string sound will remain dry.
All new TC Electronic guitar products starting April 1st now include this change, and update for older processors is available at www.tcelectronic.com/effect-economy.
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