August 17th, 2012 – TC Electronic, the Danish based pedal effects manufacturer, in partnership with Guitar Center’s Director of Merchandise, Barry Mitchell, announce the new Transition delay pedal available at Guitar Center stores, Guitar Center online www.guitarcenter.com and Musicians Friend online www.musiciansfriend.com. This new pedal will be available for purchase on August 24th, 2012
The new Transition Delay is a customized take on the legendary TC Electronic Flashback Delay and features 4 luscious, custom designed Toneprints that were modeled after classic delays including TC’s 2290, an Analog Delay, a Tape Delay and Delay with Modulation. Retail price $169.99
This new pedal is featured in the Guitar Center and Musicians Friend Sept catalogs. The Transition Delay pedal will be available to ship internationally via www.musiciansfriend.com
For Transition Delay videos, click below:
Matt Reviere Transition Demo
Justin Ostrander Transition
Jeff Harper Transition TC Electronic
DJ Phillips Transition video
Ben Owens Transition
Ben Johnson Transition
Barry Mitchell and Tore Mogensen discuss Transition
TC Electronic was founded in 1976 and the company’s very first product was the now legendary Stereo Chorus Flanger guitar pedal. Since then, TC has expanded its range of products considerably as it now offers a broad range of guitar pedals and boards, bass amplifiers and audio interfaces. Its customers include musicians on all levels – from hobbyists over semi-pros to professional session players and genuine rock stars. Innovation is a keyword at TC, but the single most important factor is ‘music’. For instance, the world’s first polyphonic tuner, PolyTune, was developed to allow guitarists and bassists to tune up more quickly getting back to the one thing that really matters – playing music! In short, the company’s philosophy is that innovation is only as valuable as the musical benefit it has to offer, and once these factors are being merged successfully, true magic happens!
Guitar Center is the world’s largest retailer of guitars, amplifiers, effects pedals, drums, keyboards, recording, live sound, DJ and lighting equipment. Their retail store subsidiary presently operates 233 Guitar Center stores across the U.S. They are also the largest direct response retailer of musical instruments in the United States through their wholly owned subsidiary, Musician's Friend, Inc., and its catalog and website, www.musiciansfriend.com. In addition, their Music & Arts division operates more than 100 stores specializing in band instruments for sale and rental, serving teachers, band directors, college professors and students. More information on Guitar Center can be found by visiting the company's website at www.guitarcenter.com.