FOCUS-NX from Limetone Audio

Made in Japan, A Very High Quality Compressor Pedal!

This is a compressor pedal with EQ sections.
This is not only a pedal for Rock guitar player but also Metal, Funk, Jazz etc...
Have you ever felt it is troublesome when making sound, because your compressor has so many controls like attack, release, ratio, etc?
They make your compressor too far from SIMPLE.
If you are feeling your compressor is NOT SIMPLE, this could be the best for you!! 
There is only one control "compression" for compressor.

In addition to its simplicity, there are 2 EQ knobs, color1 and color2.
They can control mid range that most amps cannot control.
It depends on how you set them, you will be able to get sound like fixed wah sound similar to Joe Satriani, Tonny Iommi.

The last but not least, there are 2 vol controls, Level and Gain.
If you turn the level up, you can get clearer sound.
If you turn the gain up, you can get the sound like tube.
Totally it is very simple in contrast to the numbers of controls.
If you have any questions, please ask us!!

In Japan, So many guitar players started to use this pedal!
Every time you see their pedalboard recently, there are usually this pedal on their pedalboard.

We are uploading a video of this pedal.
So Please check it out!

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  • FOCUS−NX (Compressor)
  • Black
  • 2020s
Made In
  • Japan

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