SOLD Tech21 Qstrip

Discussion in 'For Sale: Effects and Pedals' started by kev451, Sep 24, 2018.

  1. kev451

    kev451 Gold Supporting Member

    Feb 23, 2014
    New Jersey
    New Jersey
    521E4EA1-4F2E-4B9D-8AF6-0FE2B76A1971.jpeg 18F39DC5-4EEC-4A3C-9364-AD661672F0AE.jpeg I’m putting up for sale or trade (more to come on that later in thread) my Tech21 Qstrip pedal. I’ve had the pedal for a few months and it’s honestly a great pedal. The only issue is that since I own Sans Amp Bass driver it seems to be in use more than the Qstrip. I’ve taken the next part from the Tech21 page for info on this pedal.
    The ‘60s and ‘70s are widely recognized as the heyday for professional recording console design. The EQ and preamp sections of these near-mythical vintage consoles are highly sought after, even to this day. Some of the most iconic guitar and bass tones in the history of recorded audio were tracked “direct” straight into these consoles’ channel strips.

    The Q\Strip was designed with sophisticated features that enable you to take these highly-coveted tone shaping circuits with you, whether you’re heading to a live gig or tracking in the studio or into your DAW. It’s compact, extremely cost-effective and in an ultra-convenient DI format.

    The 100% analog MOSFET circuitry in the heart of the Q\Strip provides the warmth, girth and larger-than-life tones for which vintage consoles are revered. Add in four bands of pro-audio-quality equalization, two parametric mid bands, as well as high and low shelving filters, and you have incredible control over how your instrument cuts through on stage or in a mix.

    The HPF and LPF give added control over the frequency spectrum whether you’re going direct with your bass, guitar, fiddle...or even a vocal. The Q\Strip is limited only by how far you are willing to push your creativity and how much of that juicy vintage tone you crave.

    HPF cuts unmusical rumble associated with many instruments when going direct.
    LPF rolls off undesirable frequencies. Can also be used as a speaker simulator. When used in conjunction with the studio-grade EQ section, you can recreate different speaker cabinet curves so you can go direct with your favorite distortion and effects pedals.
    Very high impedance accommodates piezos and handles low impedance sources equally well.
    XLR is capable to drive power amps and has a -20dB pad to accommodate mic level inputs on mixers and pre-amps.
    1/4-inch output has switchable +10dB boost on tap, which is useful to drive power amps or push tube amps into overdrive.
    Three modes of operation:
    1. Phantom power via the XLR Output
    2. Standard 9V alkaline battery (not included)
    3. Optional power supply (Tech 21 Model #DC4)
    Smooth-action custom actuator
    All-metal housing

    While it’s on my pedal board strip holding it in place is the peel off kind so you’d get it clean and smooth.

    For Trades I’m open to Graphic Eq pedals.

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