The JOYO AC Tone Guitar Effect Pedal is based on the famous Vox AC-30 tube amplifier that, with a little help from two mop-top multi-instrumentalists, revolutionised the electric guitar sound, the JOYO AC tone pedal really rocks our age!
The fab sound is easy to nail with this little tone machine. Featuring endless controls, bypass wiring and components of only the highest quality, the pedal can put in more than a hard day’s work. AC-30 has 6 knobs, Many combinations are possible. This pedal can make your clean sound sparkle by thickening the midrange and adding as much top end bite as you can take (or take away), while the distortion it offers is straight out of the USSR.
The AC Tone pedal from JOYO really captures something usually missing from most modern guitar sounds: subtle to aggressive warmth and a natural sounding overdrive. With the unique “voice” control you can dial in never before heard tones. Level and drive controls add incredible range, while the 3-band EQ offers even more flexibility when it comes to getting an original sound.
Perhaps the greatest feature of this pedal is the fact that it has inbuilt cabinet emulation meaning you can go from the pedal directly to a mixing desk, a DAW or directly to your computer/laptop with a jack to usb lead. So this pedal is essentially a DI. You can use it instead of an amp and it can save your gig if your amp fails, just put it at the end of all your other pedals and set it clean like your amp then just take the output from the American sound straight to the desk. Gig saved. Or by going direct into a DAW or even your laptop you can record direct from the pedal.
The JOYO AC Tone holds its own in any pedal chain, especially for guitar players with the desire to blend new and old.
- Level and drive controls add incredible range
- Modelling achieves famous Vox AC-30 tone
- Distortion is warm and natural, with subtlety in mind
- Quality components, bypass feature
- Powered by 9v battery (PP3) or 9v DC Power Supply (not included).
- 6 knobs allow complete control over pedal dynamics