Introducing the New Carl Martin Andy Timmons Signature Compressor/Limiter Pedal.
Just like the Original Carl Martin Compressor/Limiter, many people believe this unit to be the most musically useful guitar dynamics processor on the market. The Carl Martin Andy Timmons Signature Compressor/Limiter has been developed in corporation with Andy to create a user-friendly yet versatile compressor/limiter with its two presets.
Many people know that our friend Andy is a long-time user and fan of the Carl Martin Compressor/Limiter,suggested to Carl to create a Compressor/Limiter with two presets, so that he had a preset for more subtle rhythm parts, and a preset with more hard compression and sustain for other parts as solos without having to take up real-estate on the board for two Compressor/Limiters.
The result is a two-preset option for Compression Rate and Level. In order to save knobs and to be as user-friendly as possible, the Threshold and Response settings are fixed for both presets, leaving the pedal with only six knobs, the Threshold and Response being 6mm miniature knobs.
As a useful extra feature for those folks using switcher/looper pedals, Carl Martin incorporated a ¼” jack for remote switching the presets (Latching).
As something new, the Carl Martin Andy Timmons Signature Compressor/Limiter incorporates the newly developed DC/DC converter circuitry. This enables the pedal to run +-12V internally, which is necessary in order to maintain the same sonic quality and headroom as on the “old” Compressor/Limiter using a regular 9V DC 200mA power supply.
The Carl Martin Andy Timmons Signature Compressor/Limiter has been developed to incorporate the same features, sonic clarity, quietness, and performance of the best studio compressor/limiters. Spend a little time with us here in the manual and you can learn some of the basics of compression and limiting, and how to get the most out of your pedal.
Model:Andy Timmons Signature Compressor Limiter
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