Outlaw Effects Introduces Four New Products

Lasso, Six Shooter II, Kerosene & Iron Horse

Haven’t you heard? There’s a new sheriff in tone. Relatively new to the pedal game, Outlaw Effects offers analogue micro effects pedals for guitar that feature true-bypass switching. With Summer NAMM kicking off this week, the boutique pedal manufacturer has revealed details of four brand new pedals.

Lasso Looper

This compact-sized 24 bit, 44kHz looping pedal lets you build multiple layers of guitar sound into rich sonic creations. Lasso Looper features a generous 10 minutes of recording time and unlimited overdubs, and allows users to record, play back, overdub, stop and delete all at the touch of a single, easy-to-use footswitch.

 

Lasso Looper also includes a USB cable for exporting WAV files to a computer and importing them back to the pedal, via software available at outlawguitareffects.com.

 

Six Shooter II

This precision, compact-sized chromatic tuner is suitable for a wide range of instruments. The Six Shooter II features a quicker response time and more accuracy than its predecessor, and boasts a larger LCD screen (1 3/16" x 2").

 

Six Shooter II features true bypass switching to maintain the purity of your clean tone. Like all Outlaw Effects, the pedal is housed in a durable aluminium alloy chassis, and features a staggered input/output design for a minimum footprint.

 

Kerosene Micro Power Supply

The Kerosene micro power supply helps users streamline their pedalboards by eliminating individual power cords/wall adapters. With eight 9V DC outputs each offering 300mA of current, and 2000mA of overall output, Kerosene has plenty of fuel to burn.

 

Iron Horse Micro Power Supply

Iron Horse also features eight 9V DC outputs, two of which offer 500mA and the other six providing 100mA. This powerful engine will also help you stay on the rails with its quick and accurate integrated tuner, which boasts a large 1 5/8" x 1 1/8" easy-to-read LCD display. Your signal is muted when tuning, and true bypass switching retains the purity of your signal when the tuner is not in use.

 

For more details, head to promusicaustralia.com.

 

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