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1927 Home Run King Comp.
For electric guitarist the compressor is confusing effect. Indeed, the effect of the compressor does not make for a "showy" effect. In fact, the compressor, even with it's seemingly "no effect" sound, it is an essential ingredient to lay the foundation of your guitar tone.
The modern player needs is a "natural" compressor, easy to understand the effect at the same time. This is a compressor that can be used in simple set up. A high-end studio compressors at its base, the 1927 Home Run King Comp. achieves the quality that goes beyond the boundaries of guitar pedal.
A compressor is used to vary the density of the tone. The principle is close to the distortion effects such as overdrive, in a sense one might say "distort not strain system".
The effected sound is that of increased sustain, and even out the intensity of the all the notes, making it easier to handle the tones when playing the guitar.
1927 HOME RUN KING COMP. Is equipped with an LED that shows the compressor working and an additional LED to indicate the unit is ON/OFF/ to determine at a glance if the compressor is applied to the sound. The tone of the compressor itself is very natural, and with the 1 job EQ you can still control the full range of the effect, and correct t's tonality.
In addition, 1927 HOME RUN KING COMP., Even compared to many other compressors, it is a low noise i masterpiece. It's three knob simple configuration is simple to operate.
Current consumption: 17.5mA
Input impedance: 500k ohm
Output impedance: 10k ohm
Power: 9V Battery or DC 9V Center Negative