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FireBall from BSM Helps Recreate Ritchie Blackmore's Sound

In response to requests for Ritchie Blackmore's 1971 fiery stage and studio tone, BSM has announced the availability of a new unit named the FireBall...

September 13, 2004

In response to requests for Ritchie Blackmore's 1971 fiery stage and studio tone, BSM has announced the availability of a new unit named the FireBall.

The FireBall features a hand selected germanium transistor optimized for the target tone. The unit will be available shortly in a very limited run.

The lack of a volume control is intentional and guarantees that the high gain germanium transistor of the FireBall will overload the tube amp's input stage to achieve the desired tone.

European pricing is set at Euro 225. MSRP in the US has not yet been set.

Distributed in North America by European Musical (www.europeanmusical.com)

For more information, visit their web site at www.treblebooster.net

By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004