With the recent announcement of TC Electronic's free TonePrint Editor software, their already popular range of pedals has just been elevated to another level! The TonePrint Editor gives you access to a huge range of usually hidden parameters within the pedal, allowing you to create completely unique preset effects without the limits imposed by standard guitar pedals. You can even download presets that have been created by some of your favourite artists from the TC Electronic website (click here) and beam them into your pedal using your Smart Phone if you desire!
And the even better news? TC Electronic have just announced a special promotion which allows you to grab one of their TonePrint or compact pedals completely FREE between now and 31st May. Read on for full details!
When TC Electronic released the original Flashback Delay pedal, its wide-ranging delay tones & the inclusion of TC's TonePrint technology made it a unit that stood out from the crowd. Now, with the Flashback X4, TC have listened to user feedback & expanded upon an already winning formula to achieve a result that is even more compelling than the original.
Hear the new TC Electronic Ditto Looper pedal in action in the video below as Andreas Lund gives it a test drive! The Ditto Looper is designed especially for guitarists and it makes working with loops and creating unique performances quick, simple and fun!
In our opinion, this is one of the most exciting announcements of NAMM 2013 and amazingly, it's FREE! TC Electronic have announced that they will be releasing TonePrint Editor software for Mac and PC, which will essentially allow you to create your own custom pedal if you own a TC Electronic TonePrint pedal. To understand just how cool this is, we will begin by giving you a quick summary of what TonePrint is.
Following the release of the TC Electronic Ditto Looper, a tiny looper pedal designed especially for guitarists, we've created a mini-puzzle for you to solve, just for fun! Can you untangle all the pedals in the image below and work out the order of the signal chain? We'll give you a clue - it starts with the ESP LTD MH-417 guitar and finishes with the Blackstar S1-45 Series One Combo Amp!
TC Electronic announce the Ditto Looper pedal - the only looper designed especially for guitarists! This extremely compact pedal has an intuitive one-button, true-bypass, analogue design with 24-bit uncompressed high-quality audio!
From now until the end of 2012, TC-Helicon are offering a number of special vocal effect deals that could end up saving you huge money! The deals revolve around the VoiceLive Touch, the VoiceLive Rack and the VoiceLive 2. All offers are only valid whilst stocks last - it's first come, first served so be quick to avoid disappointment! Full details are as follows...
Take advantage of some excellent giveaways from TC-Helicon and TC Electronic, all available NOW! Offers run from now until the end of the year although all are stock-dependant, so order early to avoid disappointment!
Welcome to the dark side! TC Electronic have released a super sleek black version of their amazing polyphonic tuning pedal - the PolyTune Noir! Just like its siblings (the original PolyTune and PolyTune Mini), the Noir allows you to tune all your strings simultaneously - no need to pluck each one individually! Simply strum them all and you can see which are out of tune instantly!
TC Electronic announce the Flashback X4 delay and looper pedal, which is essentially an expanded Flashback pedal. The Flashback X4 improves on the standard Flashback pedal by featuring 3 preset slots with individual bypass switches, 4 toneprint slots and a fully featured looper. The Flashback X4 also features more built-in effect presets.