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Guitar Gear Geek News #9 – Marshall, Strandberg, Tc Electronic, Motra

Hey guys, How's it going? I'm Filipe Delbel, welcome to another Guitar Geek News! Before we continue I want ask you to subscribe to the channel and activate the bell if you want receive notifications! I have here the April news, come on! It is usually one of the months that I like to see what's new in the gear world because as we have April's Fools' Day in the United States, so brands usually release some things like launching funny products that they are not real, of course! Despite brands are a little shy to launch this type of product this year by the coronavirus and the entire pandemic worldwide, two brands that called my attention to the supposed launches Marshall allegedly launched the 46 channel footswitch so you can see by their video that they put some funny aspects in music as well as things like.

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to Muting the Bassist .

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there are bassists who play with me what they didn't like when they saw but is this .

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what did you find? And another supposed fake launch that had was from Strandberg Guitars, comparing it to the True Temperament frets, they did the same, with the strings.

So the strings have those slightly crooked bids to compensate the notes Of course, this is not serious and does not exist, but they made a video in which he (Ola Strandberg) shows even what the strings would be like! What if I missed a fake release this month please comment there because I didn't find any more I just found it from previous years and our dear TC Electronic launched another pedal! I think it should be one of the brands as well as Electro Harmonix that I talked about practically all news videos.

Here this time they launched the Hall of Fame 2 mini with the Mesh technology and everything else people expect a reverb pedal, and for having 3 knobs, it gives you more flexibility than version 1, in addition to the Mesh you can use as if it were an expression pedal on the pedal footswitch And you wouldn't need to create parameters different through Tone Prints so you have the flexibility to move directly on the pedal.

And remember in the last video that I commented that Strymon discontinued its OB1 pedal? That being said, they launched a new Boost / Compressor pedal.

I'm talking about “cumpadi” “compadre” .

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compadre or something like this! This pedal was released yesterday 4/28 (I didn't wait for the month finish for recording this video) then he it is a compressor pedal on the which you have two compressor voicings it has a compressor that they say from studio the other that would be as if it were a pedal sound and in addition you have a boost with three options being Clean Boost, Mid Boost and Treble Boost.

This pedal has some other options compared to OB-1.

So you via Midi, I think up to 300 compressor / boost presets.

I don't know who would use all this .

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and besides that he also accepts the Mini Switch for you to have a favorite preset or that multiswitch with 3 keys for you to have some favorite processes.

And he also accepts an expression pedal so that you can use it as the volume pedal so no signal theft like the conventional volume pedals that we are used to and all this for the $300.

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that in Brazil .

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ok, don't wanna talk about it! and as the pedals are not enough, there's a giveaway on Project 46 Jean Patton's instagram in partnership with Aura Amps, he’s giving away a Diamond pedal, it's probably based on the Mesa Dual Rectifier or something similar.

For you to participate you have to go to Jean’s Instagram in the official photo, like the photo, follow his profile, Comunidade do Riff and Aura Amps and tag a friend.

You can do this until the 5/5.

And the video track today is from a band from Sorocaba called MOTRA, a death metal band formed in 2012 that counts on guitars with César Prando and Matheus Scarlate the guitar tone of the two guys comes from the Eleven Rack.

And that was the video with the news of the month of April, if you enjoyed, leave a like, subscribe to the channel and until next time!.

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