Description of Sansamp Character Series Oxford Guitar Pedal
An orange-flavored retro-rocker.
The Tech 21 SansAmp Oxford Distortion Guitar Pedals lets you experience T-rextacy with the greasy grit of '70s London glam, or take it deeper and darker into paranoid vintage metal grind. Dime the gain to experience the sludgelicious roar of contemporary stoner rock pumping through a Vintage 30-style 4x12 cab. From sweet cleans to crushing distortion, the SansAmp Oxford is one juicy effects pedal.
The Tech 21 Oxford pedal's Level and Drive controls work like a traditional, well-equipped amp. Low, Mid, and High are active, providing a wider array of tonal possibilities. The Character knob is a continuously-variable control that moves seamlessly between different model voicings, covering vintage, high-gain and face-melting lead tones. The Character and Mid controls, and the speaker emulations, are all engineered to personify the specific amplifier traits and speakers associated with each amplifier type.
Tech 21 SansAmp technology captures the warm, rich, natural tones of the most sought-after tube amplifiers. Within the parameters of each model's particular design, the controls provide you with access to specific tone-shaping characteristics within the tube amplifier sound spectrum.
SansAmp products are designed to work seamlessly in both recording and stage environments. They can be used with almost any instrument, for any music style, and for multiple applications. Record directly to tape and disc or enhance previously recorded tracks. For live performances, they can drive a power amp and speakers, augment your existing amplifier set-up, or run directly into the mixer of a PA system.
- Brand: Sansamp
- True Bypass
- Mid is custom-tuned to 12db 500 Hz
- Low and High emulate 70 British console EQ
- Low is custom tuned to: +22 db boost or -12 db cut 120 hz
- High is custom tuned to: +30 db boost or -12db cut 2.5 Khz
- Setting below 12 o's clock emulates an F.A.C(frequency Analyzing Control) for mid-range sweep
- From minium, it goes from tightening up the low end to a looser/thicker low end responce
- Nearing 12 o'clock increses the low end drive for thicker stoner rock, Sabbath-style
- Above 12 o'clock adds a presence punch for more modem sounds and higher gain leads
- Full up brings you to brink of blowing up