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Gears comes from a modification of the classic ROSS compressor. The classic compressor has never been outdone in more than 20 years, from the tone to usability. When designing an excellent compressor we must firstly understand the guitarist’s need with a compressor effect. The goal of designing Gears is that the original tone is restored faithfully and the application is natural. Gears is still based on the OTA circuit, we add a buffer signal of the original signal and it can be mixed with one completely compressed signal by turning the MIX knob. This has the advantage that you can get full compressed sustain without losing tone head, and the tone is closer to guitar itself. If using distortion pedal after Gears in the effect chain, the tone sounds more natural. We also set the ATTACK knob and VOICE switch in the compressed circuit branch. The ATTACK knob can adjust the signal rise speed, and when it is used in conjunction with the MIX knob, users can adjust the different feeling of tone fullness. The VOICE switch is divided into three ranks, one of three is close off, and the other two are respectively adjusted for low frequency and high frequency to suit for many different guitars and music style. Features
• Based on the OTA Circuit. • Adding a Buffer Signal and Getting full compressed sustain without losing tone head. • Natural Tone and The Original Signal is truly restored. • Three-Way Toggle Switch to Adjust Tone.
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