Electro-Harmonix Tone Tattoo Analog Guitar Multi-Effects PedalSKU: ETONETATT-P
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The Electro-Harmonix Tone Tattoo Analog Multi-effects Pedal is no sideshow freak! The Tone Tattoo is the first fully-interactive, analog multi-effects pedal from Electro-Harmonix. The Tone Tattoo houses three critically-acclaimed Electro-Harmonix stomp box effects in one compact unit: Metal Muff, Neo Clone Chorus, and Memory Toy Analog Delay. The Tone Tattoo delivers crushing Lead & Rhythm tones. Features full tone sculpting, including two levels of scoop. New Noise Gate for minimal noise. With three critically acclaimed effects, it’s like a talisman for great guitar. Whether you use them alone or in combination, one thing is clear: this little box rocks!
- All Analog multi-effect: distortion, chorus, delay
- Delivers three EHX favorites in one compact pedal
- Crushing lead and rhythm tone
- Full tone sculpting, including two levels of scoop
- New Noise Gate for minimal noise
- 9.6VDC-200 Power Supply included
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Comments about Electo-Harmonix Tone Tattoo Analog Multi Effect Pedal:
Just as a qualifier, I've had this pedal for two days now. But it already sounds better than anything I've used before, particularly the Metal Muf* section. My two main guitars are a Jackson DK2, which has a Duncan JB in the bridge, and a Schecter Damien Elite 7, which has EMG's. I was having trouble getting a sound I liked from the JB, whether through my Pod, my DS-1, or my Radial Classic Distortion. I was just getting a bit of mud on anything other than power chords. Well, I can play full chords with the JB, and still get good note separation. Major , minor, 9th chords, etc. all sound great. The Metal Muf* is also much more than just a metal pedal, you can get the high-gain sound, but you can also get more of an overdrive at lower settings.
The Chorus is the Neo Clone, which doesn't have much in the way of adjustment. You get rate, and a two-position depth switch. However, it sounds great. The shallow setting really livens up the distortion sound from the metal muf*. The deep setting is fairly subtle on low rate settings, but as you turn up the rate, it can get freaky.
The Memory Toy is a nice little delay that can add anything from slap-back echo to enough repeats to self-modulate. This is probably a good time to point out that the Memory Toy and the Metal Muf* included in this pedal are somewhat different than any of the stand-alone versions. The Memory Toy includes a gain control, which should help with the complaints I've seen about the Memory Toy boosting your volume. The Metal Muf* has treble, bass, volume, and drive, along with an adjustable gate, and a three-position mid scoop. None of the other three Metal Muffs have this combination of controls, nor do they have a gate.
For my tastes, this is an amazing pedal. There are no "models", or digital simulations, but three very real analog pedals. Alone or in combination, they all sound incredible.
BTW, the word "muf*" is flagged as profanity by this website, so I used the star.
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Tone Tattoo Analog Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal
The manufacturer's warranty covers parts for one year and labor for one year from date of purchase. The warranty excludes damage from misuse, abuse, and contains other exclusions.