Harley Benton debuts its first multi-effects pedal, the DNAfx GiT

With non-linear digital modelling and IR-loading capabilities.

Harley Benton has announced the DNAfx GiT, its very first multi-effects pedal, complete with amp modelling and impulse response (IR) loading capabilities. Like other products we’ve seen from the Harley Benton, this processor comes at a very wallet-friendly price tag.

The DNAfx GiT gives you a selection of 55 nonlinear digital amp models that promise “real tube amp tone feel and response”. This is further paired with 26 included cabinet IRs, drawing from both classic and modern speaker cabinet models, and the ability to load custom IR files as well.

In the effects realm, the unit offers 151 effects that span overdrives and distortions, compressors, noise gates, EQ, modulation effects, wah, pitch effects, filters, delays and reverbs. Parameter adjustments for effects are performed with a trio of front-facing knobs, and for on-the-fly adjustments, there’s also a built-in expression pedal and tap tempo function.

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Up to nine effect types can be engaged at a given time. These can be saved as custom presets, of which 200 patches can be stored on the unit. Additionally, the DNAfx GiT comes with 40 drum patterns and 10 metronome rhythms for your practice routines, as well as an 80-second looper.

The DNAfx GiT also comes equipped with a USB port for direct recording (24-bit/44.1kHz), and an OTG port (micro USB) that supports smart devices for direct audio/video recording and live streaming.

The Harley Benton DNAfx GiT is priced at €139, learn more at harleybenton.com

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