Teisco have launched a trilogy of new pedals, headlined by the Teisco Interface pedal, a striking utility pedal with designed as a link between plugins and pedalboards.
The Interface offers a huge range of routing possibilities, with two mono inputs, two stereo TRS outputs and USB-C connectivity, resulting in a highly useful interface for a wide range of scenarios.
The Teisco Interface is a colourful and powerful interface for your pedalboard, providing the perfect bridge between plugins and pedals in all situations.
Featuring independent gain and volume controls for each channel, a sample rate of 44.1kHz, a bit depth of 16 bits and true bypass switching capability, the Interface offers a range of options for guitarists in all situations. The Interface is easily integrated into a recording setup in mono or stereo.
The Interface is also able to run two instruments with separate plugins at the same time, making it an appealing option for quick collaborative performing or recording. It can also route two different signals – to an amp and to a mixer, for example, or splitting wet and dry signals to different amps.
The Interface is compatible with devices that run on Mac, Windows, iOS, or Android, and offers connectivity with a variety of DAWs, including Cakewalk, Cubase, GarageBand, Logic Pro, Pro Tools, and Reaper.
Alongside the Interface are two more traditional pedals named Overdrive and Distortion. These two are fairly self-explanatory, but they both offer quality sound in a stylish housing.
The Teisco Interface is available for $129USD, while the Teisco Overdrive and Teisco Distortion are available for $129USD and $149USD respectively. For more information, visit Teisco.