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EAN-130850207000545   EAN-13 barcode 0850207000545
UPC-A850207000545   UPC-A barcode 850207000545
Product NameJoemeek Gbq Guitar Distortion Effect Pedal
CategoryMusical Instrument
Short DescriptionHeight:9 inches / Length:15 inches / Weight:3 pounds / Width:4 inches
Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ B003WH883E
SKUGBQ
Price New399.00 US Dollars    (curriencies)
Long DescriptionThe Joe Meek gbQ is a full featured distortion generator. Incorporating both odd and even distortion control. The gbQ adds a structure control which sweeps a Joemeek proprietary designed filters to shape the tone allowing the gbQ to emulate all types of distortion pedal sounds and tones. The gbQ can behave and mimic many different boutique distortion pedals. With controls like pre/post EQ distortion, 3 Band sweep EQ, Hard/Soft knee, DI output with level and ground lift, and you have a distortion/EQ pedal with full control and functionality that youshould own.
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Modified06-22-2015 1:04:08pm
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