Published On: Fri, May 18th, 2012

ADA Amps Release the APP-1 PEDAL PREAMP

ADA unleash the APP-1 PEDAL PREAMP

Here's what they say:

A/DA Amplification is back. With a bang. The company that brought legendary products to the guitar world such as the iconic Flanger and the MP-1 rack preamp, which at one time seemed to be present in almost every pro and amateur's gigging rig, has returned.

A/DA’s new APP-1 PEDAL PREAMP with D-TORSION CORE Technology
A/DA is proud to introduce its new APP-1, a no-compromise full-feature 2-channel guitar preamp in a stomp box, built around its ground breaking patent pending D-TORSION CORE technology which provides unparalleled sensitivity, dynamics, explosive distortion as well as smoother “squeeze” and compression.
The APP-1 has an all-analogue signal path and is designed for every playing style and environment, from live performance to studio work, and can provide everything from ultra clean to classic overdrives to modern distortions with adjustable DYNAMICS that allow you to go from one extreme to the other by how hard you strike the strings. 
The versatile APP-1 also includes a dual-buffered EFFECTS LOOP and a foot-switched BOOST driver. The natural sounding passive tone stacks and VOICING EQ allows for greater range in
creating your sound. 
As with the innovations of past A/DA products, the APP-1 brings radical new
technology and unsurpassed musicality to a market littered with too many “me-too” products and copies of old classic designs. 
The APP-1, designed by David Tarnowski of MP-1 fame, is the first new product in the
musical instrument market from him in over 15 years.
The APP-1 is competitively priced, and costing a lot less than you would think for a product hand-made in California. Along side the Reissue Final Phase and Reissue Flanger, the APP-1 is the first in a range of products coming from A/DA this year.
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RRP: £339



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