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Todd Simpson
post Nov 18 2014, 11:43 PM
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The folks @ TECH 21 have a new product called the RK5 which is the "Flyrig" Ritchie Kotzen edition. I gotta say I WANT ONE!!! It's small enough to fit in your gig bag and has everything you'd need for gigging to be honest. You could just run it to the P.A./mixer or to a power amp/cab depending on how much /little you want to lug around.

The flyrig looked cool but didn't have wads of gain, this one isn't a "metal" pedal but it does have plenty of gain as it's got Mr. Kotzens sig overdrive in addition to the amp sim on board with delay/chorus. Here is a pic and vid. I hope our own SIX STRING SAMURAI does a review!!



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Todd Simpson
post Nov 19 2014, 07:07 PM
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SIX STRING SAMURAI mentioned these on facebook, I hope he makes a review!!!

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The folks @ TECH 21 have a new product called the RK5 which is the "Flyrig" Ritchie Kotzen edition. I gotta say I WANT ONE!!! It's small enough to fit in your gig bag and has everything you'd need for gigging to be honest. You could just run it to the P.A./mixer or to a power amp/cab depending on how much /little you want to lug around.

The flyrig looked cool but didn't have wads of gain, this one isn't a "metal" pedal but it does have plenty of gain as it's got Mr. Kotzens sig overdrive in addition to the amp sim on board with delay/chorus. Here is a pic and vid. I hope our own SIX STRING SAMURAI does a review!!



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