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Orange Kongpressor Analogue Class A Compression Guitar Effects P

Product description

Orange Kongpressor Compressor Pedal
The Orange Kongpressor Pedal offers an optical compression equipped with an analog Class-A design and a versatile set of controls. Easily optimize the pedal's bloom by adjusting the attack and release time controls. You can add chimes and jangles with the Chime knob. With the Kongpressor, you can achieve up to 12dB of clean gain. You also don't need to worry about tonal coloration. The Kongpressor Pedal offers a transparent and true-sounding buffered bypass.

TECHNICAL SPECS:

  • Pedal Type: Optical Compressor
  • Analog/Digital: Analog
  • Bypass Switching: Transparent Buffered Bypass
  • Connectors: 1/4" Input, 1/4" Output
  • Power Source: 9V-12V Power Supply or 9V Battery (Sold Separately)
  • Power Usage: 35mA
  • Size: 5.1 x 3.7 x 2.6"
  • Weight: 1.1 lb

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    Blucoil 9V 670mA Power Supply
    The Blucoil 9V Power Supply ensures the correct amount of power gets transmitted to your electronic devices. It offers protection against short circuits, over-temperature, over-current, and over-voltage. The power supply features an extra-long 3m cable and a universal input voltage range of 100-240V ~ 50/60Hz. It works with a wide range of effects pedals and tip-negative electronic musical instruments that need the same amp requirements and voltage.

    Blucoil 10-FT Straight Instrument Cable
    The 10-foot Blucoil instrument cable interconnects your electronic musical instruments (e.g., guitars, bass, keyboards) to a preamp or amplifier's unbalanced input. It features 1/4" male to 1/4" male straight mono plugs. The metal Neutrik connectors ensure reliable durability and improved contact integrity. The cords are protected with conductive PVC shielding, which cancels out electronic and radio frequency interference.

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