Fender Hammertone series

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way to steal Gibson's thunder!
they look half-good, half-atrocious - yay for no-nonsense lo-finess and for the playful knobs, nay for the lettering.

also, maybe just a tiny, tiny bit too pricey IMHO. Hopefully the shops will have them 10-20 bucks cheaper than what Fender says - that would put them at perfect spot between chinese cheapos and big brand competitors (I mean, taking into account what they are: pedestrian, utility pedals)

and of course huge hurray for the top-mounted jacks!
 
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Tung-Sol Tube

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These look promising, especially at a competitive pricepoint. Fender hasn't really had too much success in the pedal game, especially prior to the recent brushed finished lineup.

I get why they didn't include spring on the reverb pedal as to not cannibalize sales of the Tre Verb, but that and the Space Delay are intriguing.
 

nastynate

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No phaser? What do Gibson and Fender have against us phaser lovers? Speaking of phasers, it looks like they used the Star Trek: The Next Generation font for their overdrive.

I love that they color matched the LEDs to the knobs. It's a nice little touch that shows some thought was put into the design.
 

monty

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Looks like they are coming in strong with a pretty big line-up. I guess the cat is out of the bag with Amazon Basics pedals and companies have to compete with that line like JHS, Fender ect.
 

Trick Fall

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I like distortion pedals that are at a price where I might just grab one while I'm picking up strings at the local guitar shop.
 

adolan

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I cant help it but in my mind I see them knobs falling apart like the old TC pedals, even if they dont/wont... my mind sees them falling apart..idk, damn you TC!!
 




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