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New TC Electronic Pedals: Helix Phaser & Viscous Vibe

 
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 21, 2015 8:52 pm    Post subject: New TC Electronic Pedals: Helix Phaser & Viscous Vibe Reply with quote


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TC Electronic - Helix Phaser

Helix Phaser has finally landed and it's ready to take your tone to new inspiring heights with all the massive mind-bending swooshes and swirly goodness you could possibly desire straight out of the box. Add TonePrint to the equation for signature sounds and the option of making your own phaser tone from scratch, and you have the most versatile phaser pedal ever made!
Helix Phaser - Available in June.


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TC Electronic - Viscous Vibe

Viscous Vibe is a meticulous 1:1 digital recreation of the legendary Shin-Ei Uni-Vibe heard on countless Pink Floyd, Robin Trower and Jimi Hendrix records. We've harnessed every ounce of our insanely powerful DSP to achieve this, and trust us, it sounds dead on! Add TonePrint and Stereo I/O to the mix and you have every classic rock player's new dream pedal.
Viscous Vibe - Available in June.


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