Tiny Tap Tempo and Tiny Amp Switch Pedals Get a Refresh

Tiny Tap TempoTiny Tap Tempo Tiny Amp Switch

BELLINGHAM, WA (May 9, 2018) -- Throne Room Pedals announces a redesign to its best selling Tiny pedals. The redesign is focused on further improving product quality. The Tiny pedals feature all new enclosures, signaling the beginning of a new standard in quality for products to come in the future.

The Tiny Tap Tempo and Tiny Amp Switch both receive the new enclosures. The Tiny Tap Tempo is available in single and dual output versions, with a normal or reverse polarity switch for compatibility with a wide range of pedals. The Tiny Tap Tempo is used as an external tap input for many different pedals, while the Tiny Amp Switch is designed to switch channels on a multi-channel amp.

Previous enclosures were an average quality aluminum, cast from a die. The enclosures were then drilled, powder coated, and screen printed. The new enclosures are milled on a CNC machine from a solid block of aluminum alloy, creating a much stronger enclosure. The enclosures are then black anodized and the graphics laser etched for a long life.

The new enclosures were redesigned in-house from the ground up, and are even smaller than before at less than 2x2". The Tiny Tap Tempo pedals now include a limited lifetime warranty. Street prices range from $35-$41 and products are available direct online or through distributors across the country.

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Redesigned Push To Talk Box

Push To Talk Box

BELLINGHAM, WA (April 2, 2018) -- Throne Room Pedals announces a redesign to its XLR microphone switch box, the Push To Talk Box. The redesign is focused around improved quality and usability. The Push To Talk Box features an all new enclosure, signaling the beginning of a new standard in quality for products to come in the future.

Previous enclosures were an average quality aluminum, cast from a die. The enclosures were then drilled, powder coated, and screen printed. The new enclosures are milled on a CNC machine from a solid block of aluminum alloy, creating a much stronger enclosure. The enclosures are then black anodized and the graphics laser etched for a long life.

The new enclosure was redesigned in-house from the ground up. It's over 10mm smaller, and features a tapered front which angles the switch to allow for easier use with a foot resting its heel on the floor. The new black color keeps it better hidden on stage.

The Push To Talk Box was designed as a way for musicians on stage or in the studio to communicate with others through in-ear monitors, or a control room. When the switch is held down, a vocalist's microphone is switched to a secondary talk back channel that can allow a band to hear in a separate channel without broadcasting through the venue. It's excellent for live or studio use, on tour, or in a church environment.

The Push To Talk Box is available in both momentary and latching versions, and each version sells for $149.

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