The Keeley Electronics Compressor Mini has two knobs and a small footprint

The pedal promises “all the tone” at “half the size”.

Keeley Compressor Mini

Image: Keeley Electronics

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Robert Keeley has gone compact with his latest guitar compressor pedal, introducing the Keeley Electronics Compressor Mini that has only two knobs.

The tiny all-analogue stomper gives you just level and compression controls to adjust, but its simple operation belies some of its more clever features hidden under the hood.

The mini pedal’s “secret sauce” is an auto-blend feature, which actively mixes your signal with Keeley’s signature compression to preserve the nuances of your playing and improve note definition. Meanwhile, a new pre-determined transient release time promises to make “humbuckers sing and single coils pop”.

Then there’s also an Automatic Tone Recovery circuit, which improves the clarity of your signal for when the pedal is set to high levels of compression. And finally, there’s a preamp built-in to bring sweetness to your guitar tone or even take your amplifier into overdrive if set you have the level set high.

Check out the Keeley Electronics Compressor Mini in action below:

Electronics are wrapped up in an eye-popping case, which bears colourful retro-flavoured stripes.

The Keeley Compressor Mini is available now in Black Neon and a limited-edition Arctic White for $129.

Learn more at robertkeeley.com

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