And in this example, transparency of sound and touch sensitivity are the primary concerns.
The Tritium is a delight to play through, being very responsive to pick attack so you can dig in for more grind.
There's also a lot more gain on tap here than in the Helium, covering all shades of dirt up until a maxed out drive knob provides a harmonically rich sound that's well suited to lead work.
How hear the Jetter Tritium in action...
Sensitive dynamic response. Range of natural overdrive. Compact size.
Four-screw battery access.
This is a versatile, natural sounding overdrive that can go from clean boost to fully driven amp territory with a tone control that works over just the right range of frequencies.
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