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Description du produit
HyperGravity Compressor is the missing link that will take your tone from good to great. Featuring no less than three amazing compression modes; including a state-of-the-art multiband compressor, a cool vintage compressor, plus endless compression combinations through TonePrint. HyperGravity Compressor is the key to getting that much desired pro tone with even dynamics. Kick it in and be prepared to shine!
Compress Without Compromise
HyperGravity Compressor's highly advanced multiband dynamics algorithm is the same MD3 compression algorithm that can be found in our studio production masterpiece, System 6000 which has been the preferred dynamics tool for top producers for over 10 years. Its technologically superior engine applies perfectly tailored compression for your highs, mids and lows, and leaves you with an ultra-transparent and in the end, more musical compression than what can be achieved with standard single-band compressors. This lets you go from subtle airy shimmers, to full-on straightjacket tone-holds and anywhere in between, without ever compromising your original tone.
Squeeze Into Some Tight Tones
Jump straight into those old-school compression tones of yesteryear with HyperGravity Compressor's warm vintage mode. You get all of the squeeze and squash you could ever want, alongside that extra presence associated with those classic stompbox compressors we all know and love. Perfect for percussive country tones, tight funk sounds or sweet Gilmour sustain.
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In short, it's a winner. Don't hesitate.
I like to use some compression to fatten up my clean tone for some funkier rhythm playing. I play both a strat and a tele through a Marshall tube combo amp. I run my signal through a compressor, a Blues Driver with the gain real low that stays on all the time, and then an overdrive pedal as needed. All this goes into the Marshall's clean channel with the gain set at about 50%.
There were a few things about the HyperGravity that led me to return it:
1) It's not plug-and-play friendly. Yes, it has the ability to dial in some custom tones, but that takes work. I want something I can drop on a pedal board and tweak right out of the box, and this pedal doesn't do that.
2) It makes my overall tone dark, swampy, muddy. Strats in particular have this great shimmering tone, but the HyperGravity kills that.
3) It adds noticeable gain. In one sense, this pedal by itself adds some of that subtle gain that I get from running my Blues Driver all the time. There's a quality similar to a transparent overdrive. But, unfortunately, this just isn't practical. It makes it more difficult to dial in a true clean sound, and then there's what it does down the signal path..
4) It makes my other pedals sound like garbage. Though when used by itself it makes the tone muddy, it also somehow manages to make overdrive pedals farther down the signal path tinny, with a less pleasing breakup.
I've previously been using the Joyo compresser, which costs $37: https://www.amazon.com/JOYO-JF-10-Dynamic-Compressor-Guitar/dp/B007T8CUNG/
With the Joyo, I had a real nice twangy sound with my bridge pickups and a great bluesy, funk thing going with neck pickups. Just swapping out the Joyo for the HyperGravity, I ended up with very aggressive tones, with a lot more breakup and distortion from the drives. It's as if the HyperGravity was trying to do JOYO JF-10 Dynamic Compressor Guitar Effect Pedalmore to my signal than it was supposed to, and just not playing well with others.
I could see this pedal playing an important role for a musician that maybe plays through solid state gear, or primarily uses clean tones. Otherwise, it's honestly just not fun to play with. It's too much work to get good tone.