Posted on Thu 20 September 2012 in General News

DigiTech iStompThroughout the month of September 2012 (which DigiTech have dubbed 'Stomptember'), DigiTech will be releasing three new e-pedals for its iStomp compact pedal. Each will be available for just 69p for the first 30 days from the Stomp Shop App, so take advantage of this offer while you can!

The DigiTech iStomp is very different from a traditional effect pedal... instead of being hard-wired to create one specific type of effect, the iStomp can model any pedal in the DigiTech library! This means that it can be a Wah one moment, a delay the next, a reverb next, etc! Choose from a library of 37 (and growing) different pedals! To load a new pedal into the iStomp, simply attach your iOS device to the iStomp, load up the app and select your pedal and then once it has loaded, you can un-attach your iOS device and put it somewhere safe. The iStomp deals with all of the internal processing for pro-quality, high-definition signal procesing with no latency.


The three Stomptember e-pedals up for grabs are the Unplugged Acoustic Simulator, which transforms your electric guitar into a dreadnought acoustic and allows you to add reverb, the Snake Charmer tremolo, with three different waveforms, and the recently released Freeze Wah.

For more information on the DigiTech iStomp, click the link below or give us a call 01202 597180.

DigiTech iStomp - More Info/Buy

DigiTech Stomp Shop App

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