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Positive Grid's new stomp will tone match any fuzz box

About this time last year, California's Positive Grid released some nifty software for Mac, PC and iOS that allowed tone wizards to dive into virtual circuits to create custom fuzz, overdrive and distortion pedals. It could also match tones from physical pedals, meaning players could carry all of their stomps on a tablet or computer. Though useful for studio work, having to recall presets and activate onscreen icons while on stage can be problematic.
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