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Rocktron, world leaders in guitar noise reduction, are proud to launch the MicroHUSH, the world famous HUSH noise reduction pedal in a micro chassis. It wipes out hiss, unwanted feedback and pickup buzz while maintaining music signal integrity and takes up less space on pedalboards.
Pedalboard space is always at a premium. The compact rugged chassis of the MicroHUSH has minimal impact on pedal-rigs and maximum impact on guitar related noise problems. It is a true bypass pedal: when turned off it is out of the signal path.
Easy to use, for the best results simply plug in the MicroHush after distortion boxes, wahs, noisy vintage effect and turn the threshold control knob until the noise goes away. Like all Rocktron HUSH products, the MicroHUSH tracks the signal all the way to ensure no chopped off notes or altered sustain and achieves up to 65dB of signal clean up. (Please note to eliminate 60 cycle ground loop hum, Rocktron recommend using the Buzz Kill AC Audio Isolation Transformer.)
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High Eagle Technologies (HET), an all American Indian company incorporated in Oklahoma and based in Oklahoma City, is unveiling its latest new patented technology: The Enhancer, Acoustic Sound Reinforcement for acoustic musical instruments. We are booth #1403 at the Summer NAMM Show, June 23-25, 2016.Continue Reading