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TC Electronic Now Shipping Their G-System
June 28, 2005 - TC Electronic has announced the immediate availability of its new flagship guitar processor G-System. The combination of digital effects, analog loops, and amp switching was created for experienced guitar players looking to complete their setups with an integrated and flexible solution.

You can combine up to 8 internal effects simultaneously with any external stompbox, expression pedal and channel of your guitar amp. The design allows you to assign any given combination to one single preset. Thus, you will be able avoid the hassle of tap-dancing through your setup on stage. G-System features 8 effect blocks divided into a pre effects section with Filter and Compression, and a post effects section with Noise Gate, Modulation, Pitch, Delay, Reverb, and EQ.

The 4 analog loops enable "true bypass", and the 5th loop is custom designed for pre-amp inserting. Also included are 4 relay switches for analog control of preamps and amps and 2 x 2 expression pedal inputs. All functions of the G-System are directly accessible via the 18 chrome footswitches, 6 of which serve as integrated encoders.

G-System is shipping now at EUR 1395 retail ex. VAT.

For more information, visit their web site at www.tcelectronic.com
Sunday July 17, 2005


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