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Digitech Black 13

Black 13

Scott Ian Signature Modeling FX Pedal

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The Black-13 Artist Series pedal was created in conjunction with Scott Ian. For over 20 years Scott has been a pioneer of the heavy metal music scene fronting such groups as Anthrax and S.O.D. Covering that much ground has left an impressive catalog of tone that begs to be a DigiTech Artist Series Pedal. Through the magic of Production Modeling, DigiTech’s engineers were able to place 7 tones, hand-picked by Scott Ian, into the Black-13. Finally, metal tone that has been reserved only for listening on recordings is now available to be let loose live.

Scott Ian delivers bone-crushing rhythms and some of the most scorching riffs ever nailed into a fretboard.

Now Scott’s teamed up with DigiTech to unleash Black-13, a stompbox that lets guitarists dial up his signature sounds, giving Anthrax and metal fans all the blistering tone they can handle.

Plug into the Black-13 pedal, select a tone, and shred. Your playing goes in, Scott Ian’s tones come out. Redo your favorite Anthrax song, or write a new one. It’s your pedal. It’s your guitar. And now it’s Scott Ian’s historic metal tones. The tones that built a legend.

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UPC: 000888879378

-DigiTech Production Modeling accurately models seven signature tones hand picked by Scott Ian.
-Scott’s legendary “hardcore punk” sound from the days of S.O.D.
-Captures the “Live” sound of many classic Anthrax albums.
-Pitch-shifting delay studio effect faithfully recreated.
-Separate amp and mixer outputs
-Custom artist pedal gig bag and pick
-Pedal power supply included

Model 1: “I Am The Law” -- Tone inspired by the personality of comic book hero Judge Dredd. Simply put, hard, heavy and no bull****!

Model 2: “Madhouse” -- A pivotal time for Anthrax. After signing a contract with a major label and shooting their first music video, it was a madhouse. Looking for insanity? It’s in there!

Model 3: “March of the S.O.D.” -- A experimental time in Scott’s career. This track is taken from Scott’s stint with the punk crossover band Storm Troopers of Death (S.O.D.).

Model 4: “Protest and Survive” -- An anthem for those with an ax to grind and a need for anger-driven searing tone to match.

Model 5: “Room For One More” -- Scott’s personal favorite track off the Sound of White Noise album. Perfect for laying down a groove.

Model 6: “What Doesn’t Die” -- Directly from Anthrax’s latest studio album We’ve Come For You All. All purpose monster tone.

Model 7: “Finale” -- Want to make a closing statement? Try this wicked tape delay effect with a healthy dose of pitch-shifting.

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