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    Wampler Ego Compressor Guitar Effects Pedal

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    The Wampler Ego Compressor Guitar Effects Pedal is the answer to the issues with almost all compressors on the market. The Ego gives you a clear articulate sound thanks to the ‘clean blend’ knob which blends in your original clean signal yet still thickens your tone. It also will add a ton of sustain to your notes, all without excess noise! The ‘tone’ control adds in clarity and punchi-ness while cutting through the mix! The Wampler Ego won't screw your core tone up either like other compressors with tone controls.

    Wampler Ego Compressor Guitar Effects Pedal Features

    • High grade film capacitors and resistors picked for their superior sound and response
    • Completely true bypass
    • Battery connection and 9v power jack (barrel plug like Boss)
    • Five controls - volume, sustain, attack, tone and blend
    • NOT a clone or copy of any other product on the market
    • Blend control allows you to get sustain only - no noticeable effect on the attack of the note (great for playing with distortion)
    • Size: 2.5 x 4.5 inches
    • Tone control adds in high frequencies giving you plenty of clarity and 'jangle'
    • Powder coated durable finish
    Like many guitarists, Brian Wampler has alway been looking for a compressor that was transparent while still giving the sound a very pleasant thickening quality. He had used many compressor in the past and they always seemed to alter the tone in a way that sounded as if the squeezing and compressing was 'fake' - like it had a cheapening affect on the sound.

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