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BEHRINGER COMPRESSOR/LIMITER CL9

Classic Compressor/Limiter Effects Pedal

  • Kick ass with a powerful, percussive sound on your clean guitar and melt steel alloy when playing lead with ultimate sustain
  • This BEHRINGER product has been designed to compete head to head with leading products on the market
  • "Smoothes out" volume peaks and provides endless sustain with ultra-stable dynamics
  • Dedicated Level, Tone, Attack and Sustain controls for awesome sound shaping
  • Blue status LED for effect on/off and battery check
  • First-class electronic On/Off switch for highest signal integrity in bypass mode
  • Runs on 9 V battery or the BEHRINGER PSU-SB DC power supply (not included)
  • High-quality components and exceptionally rugged construction ensure long life
  • Conceived and designed by BEHRINGER Germany
Compress, impress and kick ass

Whether it's a million-dollar hook or a soul-wrenching solo, some licks are just begging for the compression power of the BEHRINGER CL9. By pumping up quieter notes and bringing down the louder ones, this stomp box packages your sound into one smooth, consistent volume.

What is a Compressor?

Dynamics play an important role in music. They help to convey emotion, whether it's a sultry blues solo or the unrelenting gallop of unfettered metal. But uncontrolled dynamics can take all your best intentions and turn them into so much, well...mush. That's where compression comes in, softening loud sounds and boosting low signal levels to keep everything more uniform. So, a compressor's main job is to make every note the same volume.

Balancing Act

Ever notice how some strings on your guitar or bass sound louder than others? This is partly due to physics. Strings with lower mass just don't put out as much volume as the heavier ones. When used properly, a compressor makes all of the strings the same volume. Compressors are also great for slap-style bass players, making thumb slaps, string pulls and muted notes all the same volume, for an extremely percussive effect.

It's Easy!

Twist the Level to determine this pedal's overall output, adjust Attack to give the front end of every strum and pluck added definition, then dial in the amount of sustain desired. The blue LED tells you when it's on, and the high-quality on/off switch maintains incredible signal integrity in bypass mode. You can power this sound compactor with either a 9 V battery or a DC power supply (not included).

Value

Push the good stuff to center stage with the COMPRESSOR/SUSTAINER CL9. Squeeze this amazing pedal into your effects chain at your nearest BEHRINGER dealer.

BEHRINGER COMPRESSOR/LIMITER CL9

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