Effectrode

Effectrode Leveling Amplifier Compressor

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The quietest studio leveling amplifier around!

The Effectrode LA-1A is a high-end, studio-grade vacuum tube compressor in a pedal.

Whisper-quiet operation and a wide dynamic range make this tone-tool an unparalleled tone enhancer.

Its natural warmth and clarity are simply unmatched!

The Leveling Amplifier was developed as a four knob version of the classic Effectrode PC-2A.

The LA-1A provides dedicated knobs for Attack & Knee (David Gilmour is known for a modified PC-2A with these knobs).

The Attack and Knee knobs influence how the LA-1A compresses the signal: making it subtler and more transparent if needed.

The Leveling Amplifier also adds a foot-switchable Boost and some other handy functions. The LA-1A just flat out makes everything sound better!


Effectrode LA-1A Leveling Amplifier features:

• High-end, studio-grade tube compressor.

• Controls: Peak Reduction, Gain, Boost, Attack, Knee.

• Dynamic EQ switch restores some bite in your tone.

• True Bypass.

• Power supply included.

• Power: 12V DC, center positive.

• Current Draw: 1000mA.

• Dimensions: 7.5" X 4.8" X 1.3”.

Specs

Specs

condition New
Type Compressor
Power 12V DC
Current Draw 1200mA
Power supply included Yes
Manufacturer Warranty 5 years
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  • Q : Where are you located? +

    A : We’re in Quebec, Canada.

  • Q : Can we meet? +

    A : Yes! We’re in Blainville, Quebec.

    Contact us to schedule an appointment.

  • Q : What payment methods do you accept? +

    A : We accepts credit card, Paypal and Bitcoin payments.

  • Q : What shipping method do you use? +

    A : We ship with UPS.

  • Q : How much does shipping cost? +

    A : Shipping to Canada and the USA is free on most orders.

    Shipping to the rest of the world is free on orders over 399$US.

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  • Q : Do you charge sales taxes to Canadians? +

    A : Yes. Canadian residents are asked to pay sales taxes:

    Alberta: 5%.

    British Columbia: 5%.

    Manitoba: 5%.

    New Brunswick: 15%.

    Newfoundland and Labrador: 15%.

    Northwest Territories: 5%.

    Nova Scotia: 15%.

    Nunavut: 5%.

    Ontario: 13%.

    Prince Edward Island: 15%.

    Quebec: 14.975%.

    Saskatchewan: 5%.

    Yukon: 5%.

  • Q : Are there import charges on orders shipped to Canada? +

    A : No. Canadian customers will not be charged import fees.

  • Q : Are there import charges on orders shipped to Canada? +

    A : No. Canadian customers will not be charged import fees.

  • Q : Are there import charges on orders shipped to the USA? +

    A : No. USA residents will not be charged import fees.

  • Q : Are there import charges on International shipments? +

    A: Shipping prices do not include VAT or other import taxes.

    Customers outside of Canada and the USA are responsible for duties and taxes.

    Orders that come back to the shop as refused by the customer will be refunded minus shipping.

    Please track your shipment to be aware of customs processing and delivery attempts.

  • Q : Can you declare a lower value on customs documents? +

    A : We understand that import fees are an annoying part of international purchases.

    However, we cannot offer to declare a lower value on customs forms.

    Customers outside of Canada and the USA are responsible for any fees that may be charged by their government.

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