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New Gender Blender Distortion/Fuzz from Stereoscope

Stereoscope introduces the new Gender Blender SSGB-1 effects pedal. This distortion-fuzz pedal was designed to create a thick, deep octaving effect with sustain and a toggle switch to take a bit of bite off the octave to smooth the sound out...

Stereoscope introduces the new Gender Blender SSGB-1 effects pedal. This distortion-fuzz pedal was designed to create a thick, deep octaving effect with sustain and a toggle switch to take a bit of bite off the octave to smooth the sound out. It also has a mid-low boost controlled by a foot switch to make yourself felt when needed.

SSGB-1 features:

  • Volume, Sustain, Tone, and Blend controls
  • Smooth switch
  • Heavy-duty True bypass and Boost stomp switches
  • Switchcraft input and output jacks
  • LED effect on and boost indicators
  • DC power jack
  • Built into a sturdy metal case
  • Hand made in Canada

The Gender Blender can be purchased from the Stereoscope website for $230 Canadian (aprox. $195 US)

For more information, visit their web site at www.stereoscope.ca

By our press release coordinator Wednesday March 30, 2005