The new V3 H20 is more than a mere re-boot of one of the finest dual pedals of all time: it is a carefully thought out complete redesign.
Spring Hill,TN (PRWEB) January 23, 2014
Visual Sound, a market leader in the guitar effects pedal arena, is releasing a new and improved version of their much loved H20 Chorus & Echo Pedal.
Available late March, 2014, the H20 boasts some amazing features. First off, It's an extremely versatile analog Liquid Chorus. The user has full control to create Stereo Chorus, Vibrato, or their own blend. Light, lush, Leslie, or pulsating out-of-this-world effects are all within reach. On the Echo side, the H20 offers warm, natural delay. The high quality delay that Visual Sound is known for is only a stomp away.
Other highlights includes a Pure Tone buffer on/off and separate Input and Output for each channel. This allows you to change order of effects, patch in a loop, or use a switching system. True Bypass is a much desired feature for today's guitarists, the H20 has reliable and silent True Bypass with Visual Sound's proprietary custom designed Forever Footswitch™ rated for 10 million hits.
As with all V2 Series pedals, Visual Sound backs up the H20, and all V3 Series pedals with a lifetime Lifetime Warranty.
The awareness campaign for the H20 starts today to coincide with the Winter NAMM 2014 trade show currently happening in Anaheim, CA. Visual Sound Marketing Director, Jamie Rowe, says: "We are doing a soft launch today to initiate a word-of-mouth buzz and look forward to the full scale media campaign that will accompany the H20's release in March. All of us at Visual Sound are very excited about this pedal!"
About Visual Sound
At the beginning of 1995, Bob Weil and his wife Julie started Visual Sound in their apartment. Since then, Visual Sound has become known as one of the premier guitar effects and power supply manufacturers in the world. The motto, “Real Tone for Real People”, perfectly articulates this Tennessee company´s philosophy. “My goal has always been to make the best products money can buy at a price the average musician can afford”, says Weil. For more information, please visit visualsound.net