G2D Guitar Pedals - products
| || "When the Guitar is your voice" |
| || Voodoo / Mojo, |
what ever you want to call it,
the Cream-Tone has it!
|The Cream-Tone is a blues players dream come true with a wonderful almost transparent tone through to a slight midrange bump for being heard in the mix. Strat's take on the "Texas Tone" while Tele's can pull off open string runs with sparking clarity.Our aim was to develop a pedal geared towards vintage tone freaks. Each pedal is hand-made using the finest quality components and tested to ensure that it preserves the guitars natural tone.New for Humbucker Players |
We have been asked by a few "175" and "335" players for a "less drive" mod, so we added a couple of switches inside, to allow you to customise your G2D Cream-Tone to your guitar and playing style. to find out more.Features
The Cream-Tone features true bypass as well as a Solo switch for volume boost when you are soloing.
To read more about the "Cream-Tone", click on the article from the magazine.No Risk
- Volume sets the balance between your clean sound and the pedals sound.
- Tone is our unique design, it adds fullness to single coils and has the ability to make humbuckers sing.
- Solo sets the amount of volume boost and adds warmth without adding extra drive.
- Drive ranges from clean* to a singing mild overdrive, without losing string definition or pickup charactor. (*depends on internal switch settings).
- Amber light on, in Bypass mode (Clean).
- Blue light on, in Blues mode.
- Red light on, in Solo mode with a volume boost.
If you are not blown away with the G2D Cream-Tone, then email us within 7 days and return the pedal in its original box for a refund. This offer excludes freight and customs / duty charges.
$ 248.00 USD |
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The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011