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July 6, 2004
Damage Control designs and manufactures audiophile guitar products, combining the best qualities of analog, digital, and mechanical designs. The Demonizer is one of their first products, a pure Class A dual-tube preamplifier pedal with distortion.
The Demonzier offers an all analog dual EH12AX7 preamp with opto-compressor and pre/post EQ. The preamp is designed to react like a tube amp's combined preamp and power amp sections. The true analog Bionic EQ allows tone shaping in both the Pre and Post Tube stages with 2 concentric knobs that shape amplitude and frequency. The Demonizer also features a "magic-eye" average output meter that reacts to your performance levels.
Demonizer will be available direct from Damage Control. Price: $349. The Demonizer is expected to ship in October 2004.
For more information, visit their web site at www.damagecontrolusa.c