Posts Tagged ‘SansAmp’

Big Wins: Audio Upgrades That Really Matter

Big Wins: Audio Upgrades That Really Matter

Reading through audio forums and magazines, it’s easy to become convinced that the next upgrade is the one that will really make a difference, taking your tracks from mundane to impressive.

Some upgrades of course, are bound to be more significant than others. This week we asked a handful of Read more...

Tech 21 Brings Back the SansAmp Classic

Tech 21 Brings Back the SansAmp Classic

After a 2-year hiatus in the manufacturing of the SansAmp Classic, Tech 21 is bringing the pedal back due to popular demand.

Back by popular demand...

The original SansAmp Classic, designed by B. Andrew Barta’s, debuted in 1989. [Read more about the history of the SansAmp and Tech 21 in Read more...

Made In NY: Tech 21

Made In NY: Tech 21

It’s easy to forget how novel the concept of amp simulation was when Andrew Barta launched Tech 21.

In many ways, his inaugural SansAmp pedal was an unprecedented design. It was a stompbox that was more interested in helping players sculpt a tone than in delivering a discernible “effect.” And Read more...