"Grace was in all her steps, Heav'n in her Eye, In every gesture dignity and love" - Milton. If you've looked all your life for a truly beautiful, simple compressor your search is over. From subtle to bold, soft to firm, Grace delivers gloriously. Seven years in conception and finally realized in 2011, Grace's siblings: the Seven Sisters, are a rev... Click To Read More About This Product
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"Grace was in all her steps, Heav'n in her Eye, In every gesture dignity and love" - Milton. If you've looked all your life for a truly beautiful, simple compressor your search is over. From subtle to bold, soft to firm, Grace delivers gloriously.
Seven years in conception and finally realized in 2011, Grace's siblings: the Seven Sisters, are a revolutionary new concept in the realm of guitar effects pedals. The world's first rechargeable guitar pedals - the Sisters feature a Lithium Ion cell (like that found in your cell phone or digital camera) and internal charging circuitry. Simply connect Grace to a regular guitar pedal power supply, charge her for four hours and Voila! 120 hours of actual use!
Two simple controls allow access to a myriad of squishy, compressed goodness - Volume controls...the Volume! Comp controls...the Compression!
The tiny sisters have the Worlds smallest pedal board foot print - simply meaning they take up less space on a guitarists pedal board than any other available battery powered pedal.
Finally, the Sisters offer professional level features at an entry level price - putting all the goodies within the reach of any players budget.
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Comments about Red Witch Grace Compressor Guitar Effects Pedal:
This is a really good compressor for the price. It won't color your tone like a dynacomp, but can really brighten up your clean tones and add a ton of sustain. I often turn the compression all the way down and use it as a boost pedal as well, which sounds really good. It gives a lot of boost in the midrange, making it good for solos, good for kicking a tube amp into a fat overdrive, and great for adding a little extra gain to your OD/distortion. This is literally the smallest guitar pedal I have ever seen, so it's worth a look if board real estate is at a premium. I can't give it 5 stars for two mostly insignificant reasons. One is that I feel like the lithium ion battery is still a work in progress. When the battery is low, it seems like my tone is affected. This could just be all in my head, I don't know. Second, although not really possible due to pedal size, it would be nice to have a knob to control attack. It sounds good enough where it is set, but that extra control would be amazing.