Micro effect pedal company Outlaw Effects will introduce a pair of new analog guitar pedals at the 2017 Winter NAMM Show: the Rocker Box tremolo and the Deputy Marshal plexi distortion.
From the company:
Rocker Box is an optical tremolo pedal that allows players to unearth rich, natural-sounding tremolo effects. A Bias control adjusts the tonal complexion of the sound wave, giving the player access to everything from smooth and polished trem to the looser, non-symmetrical waveforms of vintage tube amps. Depth and Speed controls offer the ability to further fine-tune the effect.
The pedal was named via the company’s recent #NameThisOutlaw Instagram contest, with the winning entry submitted by Andrew Dixon (@andycd26) of Ohio. Suggested Retail Price: $60.
Deputy Marshal captures the unmistakable sound of Plexi-era British tube amps that defined the classic rock era. With plenty of power and bite, Deputy Marshal offers full-stack character without the vintage amp price tag. Standard Gain, Tone and Volume controls allow the player to dial in his or her distortion tone with precision. A Bright/Normal toggle switch offers even more versatility, with beefed-up highs just a flick of a switch away. Suggested Retail Price: $60.
Both pedals feature true bypass switching to maintain the purity of the player’s clean tone. Like all Outlaw Effects, the two new pedals are housed in a micro-sized durable aluminum alloy chassis, and feature a staggered input/output design for a minimum footprint.
Rocker Box and Deputy Marshal will begin shipping to dealers in February 2017.
For more information, visit outlawguitareffects.com.
Outlaw Effects Launches Rocker Box Tremolo and Deputy Marshal Plexi Distortion
Source: Guitar Aficionado