tc electronic Forcefield Compressor

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Effects Pedal For Electric Guitar

  • Compressor / Limiter in studio quality
  • Controller: Sustain, Attack, Level
  • True bypass
  • Dimensions (D x W x H): 13.2 x 7.2 x 5.7 mm
  • Powered via 9V battery or 9V power supply (not included, matching power supply available under Art. 409939)
Effect Types Compressor
Produkt dostępny od Grudzień 2016
Numer artykułu 400125
34 € 156,40 zł
Zawiera podatek VAT, nie zawiera kosztów wysyłki 9,90 €
Cena w zł podana jest w celach orientacyjnych
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Szacowana dostawa pomiędzy Czwartek, 9.12. and Piątek, 10.12.
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Kupiłem, sprawdziłem i stwierdziłem, że nie dla mnie
Artur88 03.08.2021
Fajne są te efekty TC z serii Smogasboard. Dlaczego? Bo za rozsądne pieniądze można mieć niezły jakościowo sprzęt. Kompresor kupiłem pod wpływem impulsu i cieszę się, że wybrałem właśnie ten. Niedrogi, dobry i pozwolił mi sprawdzić czy to jest coś dla mnie. Na ten moment - nie, ale to się może zmienić.

Jak we wszystkich efektach tej serii:

plusy:
-pancerna obudowa
-gniazda na górze
-cena i stosunek jakość-cena

minusy:
-chyba tylko to, że gniazdo zasilania wydaje się, że mogłoby być trochę lepiej zamontowane
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Great novice compression pedal
Janiculus 17.07.2021
I'm a novice and never used compression pedals. This is the one you can by to find out what it does and how affects your sound.

+ cheap, like <50$ seriously?
+ nice sound (but i think not compares to high-end pedals)
+ true bypass

- switch knob is a but hard to push, I prefer classic big switch
- starts to work only if guitar volume is pushed up (like 8-10) on my strat.

All-in-all, TC electronics are the best <50$ pedals I ever used.
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Clear as Day
Dan Kehr 23.04.2021
A few weeks ago I didn't even know what a compressor does nor did I think that I'd even want one. I always thought it would take away from the dynamics of my playing and make the sound frankly a bit dull.

To be honest: I was really blown away testing the TC Forcefield. At first you don't even recognise that there is a change in the colour of your tone. But it's really dramatic when you turn the effect off after a while: You'll miss something that can't even be properly explained.

Kicking in the effect once again it's like a veil being drawn from your speakers, it' like a presence knob being pulled at your amp, it's like you had changed your run of the mill pickups for some boutique hand-wounds. (And that's without even going beyond noon with the attack and sustain).

I would highly recommend for anyone to check out a compressor pedal because if you don't, you might miss out.

Are there any compressors that do it better? Honestly, I don't know. I've only played this one.
Is it "studio-quality"? I guess not, but who cares?
Is it cheaper than any competition on the market? I guess so.
Is it also (extremely good) value for money? Hell yeah!
Should you at least try compression for once? You bet your bellybutton!

I'm really happy with this purchase. It plays well with other pedals too...
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Took me a while, but I like it
Shejv 20.12.2020
Overall, really good for bringing up the quiet parts while keeping the louder ones under control!

Long review:
One of the pieces of gear I took the longest to get to know and use. Maybe it's just the nature of a compressor, but I could never really get it to do exactly what I expected it to do. This, however, was most likely because of my unreal expectations (I expected something probably more along the lines of 'never ending sustain').

What I found it was great for, however, is more along the lines of what a compressor actually does (DUH), and that is bringing up the quiet stuff while keeping the loud stuff at a similar level.
To me, this is incredibly obvious only when tapping, otherwise I have to really try to emphasize the dynamicness while picking. This is probably just my untrained ears though.

I also found it useful while playing with bandmates as it made sure I was around the same volume all the time.

Another thing you could use this for is to have it set up after your drive so it squashes things down a bit, but not too much, and reduces volume a bit, and use that as a rhythm tone, and then turn it off for the lead tone, which I did for a while as well. Works great if you don't do a lot of legato, in my opinion.

Only thing I wish it had was a blend knob because it would make it much easier to see what it's doing, in my opinion.
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