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Amplifiers & Effects
TC Electronic Effects Pedals
Although they're just as well-known today for rack-mounted effects, pedals are what gave TC Electronic its start... and they're still the heart of what TC has to offer. No matter what sort of sound you're looking to create, TC Electronic guitar effects pedals are ready to help you do it. That's what you get from a company founded by musicians, for musicians: when Kim and John Rishøj released the first TC Electronic pedal in the 1980s, guitarists were quick to take notice. Since then, they've expanded to a wide-ranging lineup of stompboxes that you can mix and match at your leisure for an endless array of tonal possibilities.
The pedal that started it all was the original TC Electronic Stereo Chorus Flanger. Want to know how good TC's first stompbox was? You won't need a time machine - it's still available right here. When a pedal is still considered among the best of its kind more than 30 years after its introduction, you know that it's a real standout. The Stereo Chorus Flanger definitely set the bar for TC Electronic (and every other pedal builder for that matter), and they go to great lengths to live up to that standard with every new model.
One of the more recent innovations that TC Electronic has been building into their pedals is the TonePrint system. You'll find it in stompboxes like the John Petrucci Dreamscape Signature TonePrint Pedal and every model from the TonePrint Series, including the Hall of Fame Reverb, Flashback Delay, Vortex Flanger and Corona Chorus. This system is the ultimate tool for customizing your effects: just download a fresh TonePrint, and your pedal gets a whole new sound in an instant.
Whether you're looking to experiment with TonePrints, try out one of the classic TC Electronic pedals or are simply searching for a reliable new tuner, this selection of TC Electronic guitar effects pedals has you covered. With so many models to choose from, you just might end up needing a bigger pedalboard too - and no one will blame you for that!