Guitar FX for Every Style

Whether you’re up for Swampy Revival, Muddy Blues, 80s Rock-Man, Modern Ambient, or even something no-one’s heard yet, the range of styles and edit tweaks you can make will cover that tune perfectly —or draw your sonic line in the sand for someone else to cover.

Guitar FX Highlights

  • Legendary TC Electronic guitar effects
  • Guitar FX for every style
  • 25 amp styles from clean to mean
  • Extend your FX control with the optional Switch-3 and Switch-6 Footswitches

Included Guitar FX


Compressors are used to control dynamic range in musical material.

Essentially, you’re reducing the difference between the loudest and softest levels, which provides more even sounding output.

For vocals, it’s extremely common to use high levels of compression on a lead track, so that every word can be clearly heard over the music. When taken to extremes, compression can “hype” the sound, creating an effect unto itself.

When related to guitar, compression provides enhanced sustain and attack. Combined with overdrive/distortion effects, you can create very even sounding rhythm or solo sounds.

For more information on Compression see: Wikipedia Dynamic Range Compression


Micro Mod

µMod, pronounced “micro mod” contains effects that chorus, flange or otherwise modulate the signal. These effects can range from subtle to extreme.

For more information on Chorus see: Wikipedia Chorus Effect

and Flanging: Wikipedia Flanging Effect

Micro ModCorona
Micro ModCorona
Micro ModAuto Filter
Micro ModFast Rotor
Micro ModFlanger
Micro ModTremolo
Micro ModVortex


Also known as Echo, delay repeats the input sound in various ways, from single “taps” to multiple panned asynchronous repeats.

Often, delay is mistaken for reverb in a song. It’s typical in a recording to use a small amount of both delay and reverb to create the desired spatial effect.

For more information on the technical aspects of reverb, see: Wikipedia Delay

DelayDotted 1/8
DelayMultitap 2
DelayPing Pong


Short for Reverberation, reverb simulates an acoustic space like a concert hall or a bathroom.

Typically, slower songs use longer reverb and faster songs use shorter reverb.

For more information on the technical aspects of reverb, see: Wikipedia Reverberation

ReverbHall Of Fame

Included Amp Emulations

Amp Emulation

Amp EmulationAcoustic
Amp Emulation4x12 Crunch
Amp Emulation2x12 Combo
Amp EmulationBright Switch
Amp EmulationChime Drive
Amp EmulationCali Clean
Amp EmulationChunky Brit
Amp EmulationDeep Clean
Amp EmulationLittle Thing
Amp EmulationLil Champion
Amp EmulationClean Brit
Amp EmulationNasal Tone
Amp EmulationSwamptone
Amp EmulationWarm
Amp EmulationUK Clean

Legendary TC Electronic Guitar FX

How can you go wrong with sounds from the coolest, most popular stompboxes out there, the TC Electronic TonePrint line? Think edgy tap tempo delays, shimmering choruses and the thickest, richest, chewiest Reverb FX around.


Signal Fidelity

For the lightest load-in or smaller gigs, you can plug guitar and vocals direct to the PA/monitors. When you want your full-on guitar world, the dedicated guitar output ensures signal fidelity to your favorite amp or an FRFR (full range frequency response) cab or two - stereo is awesome.

Extend FX Control With Stompbox Expansion

Add a Switch-3 accessory pedal to your setup and extend your on-the-fly control of Play Electric’s features. Put a Boost pedal on the first switch, your favorite Delay on the second, and Tap Tempo on the third - or any custom combination of Guitar, Vocal FX (even Looping) that suits your performance needs. Want even more control? With Switch-6 so you can break out even more features; you can have a full guitar FX pedalboard mapped out on the extension pedal.

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