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Wide Tread Boost Added to Pro Tone Pedals Lineup

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October 5, 2004

Pro Tone's latest pedal is the Wide Tread, designed to provide a clean boost with tube-like qualities with a tone control.

Intended for those who want more from their tube amp or those in need of a little more kick from a low watt amp, the Wide Tread will produce up to 30dB of boost. The Wide tread offers clean sustain while offering the flexibility of a tone control.

Utilizing specially selected FET technology to give you a tube-like response, the Wide Tread works across the board, for all of your needs - bass, acoustic or electric. Jazz, Rock, Country, Metal, Blues or down and dirty Boogie - according to the company.

The Wide Tread features:

The Wide Tread is currently available for $119.

For more information, visit their web site at www.protonepedals.com

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