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Headrush Multi‑Effects Pedalboard

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Brand:
Headrush Electronics
SKU:
HRME
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Condition:
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Expected release date is 22nd May 2017

Product Description

Headrush Multi‑Effects Pedalboard

Guitarists, meet the HeadRush Pedalboard -- an intuitive board designed with meticulously-crafted models! Featuring a finely tuned quad-core processor and powered by its exclusive Eleven HD Expanded DSP software, the HeadRush Pedalboard delivers the most versatile, realistic-sounding and responsive amplifier, cabinet, microphone and FX models ever found in a floorboard guitar FX processor. 

7-inch High Resolution Touch Display

The guitarist-oriented user interface enables you to touch, swipe and drag-and-drop to instantly create and edit your rigs in an unprecedented realistic and intuitive way. 

Quad-Core DSP System

The HeadRush Pedalboard utilizes a purpose designed quad-core system that has been tailor-made from the ground up to deliver the fastest and most powerful guitar FX processing ever. 

Gapless Preset Switching

Switch between lead and rhythm sounds smoothly without any disruption or glitches in audio. 

Individual Footswitch OLED Screens

Each footswitch features an assignable color LED along with a scribble-strip style OLED display that dynamically updates to provide useful feedback. 

Looper with 20 Minutes of Record Time

Individually peel layers off in the reverse order they were added, change playback speed, playback direction and loop length on the fly. 

Hands-Free Edit Mode

The large display also gives ultra0clear feedback when performing live, especially when making slight changes to your tone using the ‘Hands-Free Mode.’ 

Integrate Your FX and Outboard Gear

The FX loop can conveniently integrate pedals or outboard gear at any point in your signal chain.

Record and Re-Amp Via USB

Directly record and re-amp to/from your computer via the integrated 24-bit 96kHz audio interface.