REVPAD At NAMM 2017 in Anaheim, California, January 19-22

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Musicians are always looking for new ways to express themselves, improve their craft, refine their tone and find new sounds. Expression comes in many forms and now, with REVPAD, a world of new possibilities is literally at your fingertips!

The GTC REVPAD comprises of a multi effects unit including both digital and analog effects controlled by the unique REVPAD touch pad that is easily attached to any guitar or bass. This allows freedom on stage and the ability to combine effects like never before. While it is not a synthesizer, the unique combinations of effects and parameters it allows gives many synthesizer-like tones as well as all the traditional guitar effects you would expect. Do you have particular effect that you always use and can’t live without? No problem, connect it through the effects loop and REVPAD can control that too. What about MIDI? No problem, REVPAD is equipped with MIDI and computer connectivity.


REVPAD will be seen by the world at the upcoming NAMM Show in Anaheim, California, January 19-22. Units will be shipping immediately. For those who cannot make the show, take a look at this video to get the true flavor of what REVPAD can do. Then contact your preferred retailer to get a demo or place an order.

2017 will be great year to create new sounds!

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