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Tone City  All Spark Boost Pedal TC-T15

Tone City are back again with another amazing new little drive pedal this time focusing on clean to low gain boosts. Using a very simple one knob and two switch control layout you can fit the All Spark in to any rig within minutes of getting out of the box. Set it up once and you are ready to go at any gig.

Single Gain Control

A lot of boost pedals these days are filled with a bunch of unnecessary controls that are not really needed for day to day use. So with this simpler single control setup you can get a pure clean volume boost that depending on your amp will push it slightly dirty or just give you a nice boost in volume for the next time you want to go into a sweet new solo.

Fat And Bright Switches

Having a bright switch is a must on any boost pedal as it gives you that extra bit of bite you would want when going in to a solo. The Fat switch is really interesting and is not something you see everyday on a small boost like this. With this you can adjust the low end response of the amplifier so if you find your sound becoming a bit thin with the boost engaged you can fatten it up with just a flick of a switch.

At the end of the day it is your pedal and you want it to sound great no matter what amp or guitar you are using and these switches mean it does just that

 

Small and Portable

All Tone City pedals are built into a micro pedal format which not only helps keep your pedalboards size down but it also keeps your wallet full thanks to their amazingly low price. But don’t worry you don’t lose any quality when going down to this small size. All of the controls are all still high quality components and they all have true bypass switching to make sure your signal stays as clean as possible.
All Tone City pedals are True Bypass and require a regular 9v Power Supply for operation as they do not have a battery compartment.

Additional information

Weight 0.40 kg

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