In exciting news for current and prospective fans, three fantastic new Tone City pedals have just landed. Let's take a look at each!
Tone City Pedals, established in 2014, swiftly emerged as a notable player in the realm of budget-friendly guitar pedal effects. The brand’s reputation is built on its impressive sound quality, compact pedal housing, and a consistent commitment to construction excellence. Tone City’s founder, J. Wong, conceived the brand after encountering financial constraints while assembling his pedalboard, unable to afford all the desired effects. Recognising that this challenge was widespread among musicians, Tone City was born with a clear mission: to simplify the pedal experience, offer affordability, and ensure exceptional sound quality. In exciting news for current and prospective fans, three fantastic new options from the brand have just landed. Let’s take a look at each!
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The Blues Man pedal is a classic British style overdrive. Touted to boast good, clean head room, this little number can also work excellently as a booster. The overdrive timbre is quite sensitive, and full of dynamics, flowing out very smoothly and naturally. Benefiting from its transparent timbre, it can keep working in most effect links.
The Dry Martini is a versatile drive pedal, perfect for use as a solid boost to push the front end of your amp. However, its settings cranked to their extremes, the Dry Martini can also serve as a powerful and punchy medium gain drive that verges on full-blown distortion.
As its name suggests, the Tiny Spring is a compact reverb pedal, offering a realistic spring reverb tone. The layout on this pedal is super simple – there’s just one control that adjusts its level and depth. That’s it! The Tin Spring Reverb has a great response and its reverb tone ranges from subtle, to drawn out. The Tiny Spring can be used for almost any playing style out there.
For local enquiries regarding Tone City Pedals, head to EGM.