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Pro Tone Introduces Brahma Distortion Pedal

New from Pro Tone Pedals is the Brahma, a 2-stage op amp distortion unit that provides an extra boost to your signal creating 2 stages of overdrive. The heart of the Brahma is a high end audio op amp designed to maintain the color of your tone and not get noisy when the unit is cranked up...

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December 29, 2004

New from Pro Tone Pedals is the Brahma, a 2-stage op amp distortion unit that provides an extra boost to your signal creating 2 stages of overdrive. The heart of the Brahma is a high end audio op amp designed to maintain the color of your tone and not get noisy when the unit is cranked up.

The Brahma is designed to be a responsive distortion unit, going from clean, slightly driven crunch to maximum fuzz. The pedal cleans up when fed a lower signal from your guitar, but really jumps when driven hard, according to the company.

The Brahma also features:

  • True bypass switching for tone preservation when not in use.
  • Operates on a standard 9 volt battery or BOSS style adapter.
  • Super bright orange LED for easy recognition while on stage.
  • Aluminum housing with an enamel finish.
  • Point to Point construction.
  • Hand built construction.

The Brahma is made in the USA and sold direct for $129.00.

For more information, visit their web site at www.protonepedals.com

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By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004
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