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The CMAT-MODS Compressor is a clone of the Ross Compressor, one of the most widely recognized compressors among tone freaks. They have a very natural and transparent sound. The CMATMODS clone is an upgraded version of this classic, with better parts and better matched transistors, as well as true bypass switching.
The Ross Clone Compressor has controls for Sustain, Level, and Tone, the same footprint as a Boss or Ibanez, and has a bright blue LED and True Bypass.
The Ross Clone is also available in a
4-knob version that adds an Attack control, to give you even more control over YOUR TONE!
- Durable powder coated or painted hammer-tone finish
- Davies knobs
- Switchcraft jacks
- Alpha pots
- Blue LED
- EH 3DPT true bypass switch
- Military grade wiring
- Hand picked and matched parts for tone and durability
- Works on a 9V Battery or Adapter (not included)
- Size 4.78" x 2.61" x 1.4"
REVIEWS & USER COMMENTS:
HARMONY CENTRAL USER REVIEW 8/5/2010:
"True bypass means the pedal makes NO noise when it's not engaged. For a compressor pedal, this pedal is suprisingly quiet, even when using single coil pickups and the "Level" and "Sustain" knobs cranked full tilt. This compressor feataures the same sort of bright compresssion as the Ross and MXR compressors with NO distortion of your tone when the knobs are turned up and PLENTY of effect on tap. This pedal seems to favor a brighter sound slightly, but with the "Tone" turned all the way down, it can become very dark if you would like. If you want to dial in a twangy tweaked up chicken pickin' tone, this is the 1 pedal you need! You can smooth out your tone for rhythm guitar as well so that your sound won't keep spiking over the lead player. I also use the pedal when recording basslines with synthesizers, the pedal keeps the level consistant for good recording."
HARMONY CENTRAL USER REVIEW 3/29/2008:
"Very nice. It is different from the Keeley in some ways-- the CMAT is voiced a bit brighter, I think-- but with the tone knob, you can certainly dial in about anything. I really like the transparency of this pedal more than anything. The compresion is relatively subtle up to about 1:00 on the sustain dial."
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