News: Hudson Electronics announces Broadcast BC-24V-LTD

Hudson Electronics has announced Broadcast BC-24V-LTD, this is a limited-edition run of only 60 pieces worldwide so you best be quick.

Official info below:

This year, we will be offering unique limited editions of our multifunctional Broadcast, the first of which will be the BC-24V-LTD, taking its inspiration from classic recording consoles of the 1960s. The unique way in which the circuit saturates and colours your signal can be used to produce biting clean boosts, subtly coloured and thickened signals with a frayed-at-the-edge quality or – when pushed – an individual sounding overdrive with a fuzzy, fried  texture

The BC-24V-LTD takes this classic transformer-coupled, discrete Class-A germanium circuit, this time running internally at 24 volts from a standard 9 volt supply. The increased voltage gives extra headroom and a tighter low end – fantastic if you are looking for a little less saturation and grit, but without losing that unique sound of the Broadcast. The BC-24V-LTD also features a three position gain switch offering MID-LOW-HIGH modes.

In LOW mode, the pedal has most headroom and stays nearly clean across its range, whilst retaining colouration from its germanium circuit and transformer – perfect if you use higher output pickups, baritone, bass or keyboards . The MID mode is voiced to sound and behave as the regular Broadcast – still pretty clean but adding more grit and saturation to the mix. In HIGH mode, as with the regular Broadcast, the BC-24V-LTD heads into overdrive, distortion and fuzz but with a slightly tighter low end. Maximum gain in HIGH mode can be adjusted to taste, using the internal trimmer.

The BC-24V-LTD will be limited to 60 pieces worldwide, each pedal loaded with a Valvo made NOS germanium black glass transistor and finished in British Racing Green.

The BC-24V-LTD will be available in stockists from February 2016 onwards. For more information, please visit our website at www.hudsonelectronicsuk.com

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