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Xotic AC-Comp

Xotic Effects have announced the latest pedal to come from their US Custom Shop, the AC Comp. Based on the company's popular AC Booster circuit, the AC Comp has been tweaked for a tighter yet smooth overdrive sound. The pedal
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Xotic Effects have announced the latest pedal to come from their US Custom Shop, the AC-Comp. Based on the company's popular AC-Booster circuit, the AC-Comp has been tweaked for a tighter yet smooth overdrive sound. The pedal features three modes of compression and internal dip switches that allow the user control over the level of compression, overall tonality, and treble and presence levels.

MSRP $245.

More info at http://www.xotic.us/customshop/

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