Have You Tried The New Fender Effect Pedal Range Yet?
Fender Effect Pedals are highly respected by musicians all over the world. They compliment not only Fender guitars like strats and teles but are also great for Gibson, Epiphone, Ibanez or any electric guitar.
Here are some details about a few of the latest guitar effect pedals Fender produce.
The Fender MTG Tube Distortion. Many competitor pedals try to copy the sound of tube breakup (this is a cracking up of the valve sound that gives a distinctive sound), Fender have done is instead of emulating tube distortion, they use actual vacuum tubes and give you the real deal in a compact pedal.
The heart of the MTG’s design is a NOS (New Old Stock) US-made 6205 preamp tube. 3-Band EQ with Tight control and switchable boost—with its own Level and Boost controls—makes it easy to dial-in just the right sound.
The Fender Tre-Verb Digital Reverb And Tremolo Pedal. Fender amplifiers with ‘Tremolo and Reverb’ have a very distinctive sound. These amazing, dynamic amp effects inspired entire genres of music. The Tre-Verb pedal places independent Tremolo and Reverb effects at your feet in a compact, easy-to-use pedal. They have included classic reverb voicings (effect settings) based on our renowned spring reverb units from 1963 and 1965. They also bring you multiple tremolo modes to make sure you can get the exact sound you need for your music! The tap tempo feature for the tremolo effect, make this pedal easy to set the tremolo speed effect you want. Stereo inputs and outputs ensure it’s easy to connect to any pedalboard, amp or recording unit.
Fender Bubbler Analog Chorus pedal. Chorus is a great way to add some dimension to your guitar tone. It’s been the foundation of many classic guitar sounds. The Bubbler Chorus breathes new life into this classic analog effect, offering new ways to shape your tone. Switchable Slow and Fast speeds with independent Rate and Depth controls let you dial in the perfect sound for your music, while the Wave toggle switch lets you select between traditional Sine and Triangle waveforms. The Sensitivity control allows modulation rate changes based on your playing dynamics—dig in and the intensity of the Bubbler increases.
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