The COM-2 Compulator Pro South Portland ME

We have also included a adjustable gain boost when you want deep compression at the flip of a switch or if you need to set up for two different instruments.

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The COM-2 Compulator Pro

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Demeter Amplification is proud to introduce the COM-2 Compulator Pro. Same great Optical compression and sound of the original Compulator (The compressor of choice for Ry Cooder, Eric Clapton, David Gilmour, Jeff Beck, Sonny Landreth and Pete Townshend ) but with added features. It has controls for both Attack and Release, so you can adjust how quickly or slowly the compression effect both turns on and turns off. You can finely tune your compressed tone to mimic almost any type of compressor (with the controls set at their fastest setting you have the same setting as our classic Compulator). We have also included a adjustable gain boost when you want deep compression at the flip of a switch or if you need to set up for two different instruments. The compressor that won't suck away your tone just got more flexible. List price $359.00 MAP $310.00 Hand made in our barn in Templeton CA. U.S.A. using the highest quality components. www.demeteramps.com Demeter Amplification 6990 Kingsbury Road Templeton CA 93465 Tel: (805) 461-4100

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