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August 30, 2004
Guitar players may be happy with their sound, but like a race car driver, they are always seeking that extra edge that pushes it over the top. According to Rocktron, their new Nitro Tonal Booster now gives players that edge.
The Nitro enhances a player's articulation by soft compression means and offers over 15dB of gain for intense boosting. Got an anemic sounding amp? The Nitro can help. With the Nitro, Rocktron says you'll turn decent amp distortion into great amp distortion.
The Nitro makes harmonic squeals easier to achieve and even broadens the capabilities of your pickup and is one of the simplest tools for guitarists ever made. A single control is provided for BOOST and a single switch kicks you into that hot zone.
For more information, visit their web site at www.rocktron.com