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Electro~Harmonix Black Finger:
The Black Finger is the only optoisolator photocell, dual vacuum tube compressor pedal on the market! So what does that mean?
It means that the Black Finger uses the same professional-grade techniques that the most revered, vintage and mega-thousand dollar, high-end studio compressors use, except that it's in the form of an affordable, compact foot pedal! Two different light sources (LED and lamp) provide distinctly different readings and offer uniquely varied compressions. One tube handles the compression stage while the other manages the gain stage. And unlike other "tube" hyped products on the market, which use 9 to 50 volts, the Black Finger's design allows a full 300 volts of swing to be utilized. This makes it a true tube compressor in every sense.
Whether used as part of an effects loop or with direct guitar, bass or voice, the Black Finger will give music the type of treatment that simply cannot be achieved via plug-in emulation or with any other analog or digital product that doesn't cost thousands of dollars.
The Black Finger breathes life and warmth into any musical instrument or recording and makes it sound magical. It's further proof the Electro-Harmonix is changing the way players think about their pedals.
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Harmony Central User Review - 4/3/03:
"This thing sounds amazing. I used it on vocals during a mixdown. First I had set up the vocals to go through an RNC and then I decided to try the Blackfinger instead of the RNC and it blew it away. The compression was really smooth and natural sounding(I was using the LED NORM mode). It doesn't really sound like there's a compressor on there but the levels came out smooth. On guitar, it also sounds great. The Blackfinger can be made to sound really extreme especially in SQSH mode, with the compress knob turned up all the way. The attack of my picking was brought out dramatically. I really like the sound of the LAMP setting on the guitar. Also you can get some really nice sounding distortion if the gain knobs are turned up all the way."