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August 16, 2004
The Turbo Charger pedal ($240) came about from a desire to capture one of the most desirable overdrive/distortion sounds from the late '70s, in addition to allowing the true sound of the guitar and a player's technique to come through.
Knowing the abuse some pedals endure, Speedster decided to wrap its pedal in a virtually indestructible package. This pedal is milled from a solid billet of aircraft grade aluminum and anodized for maximum durability.
Built to be smooth and musical for that great cranked tube sound, the Turbo Charger features true bypass, a JRC4558 chip, high-end composition resistors & components, and a precision machined housing of aircraft grade 6061-T6 aluminum, anodized to military specifications.
For more information, visit their web site at www.speedsteramps.comCome on the FREE COURSE TOUR