1. LR Baggs Para DI Acoustic Preamp - For over a decade and a half, the Para DI has been one of the mainstays of live music world. It's small enough to fit in just about any instrument case, yet the impact the Para DI makes on the sound quality of your acoustic pickups is simply profound. It's built road tough and versatile enough to run for up to 200 hours on a single, field changeable 9V battery power or to run off of +48V phantom power, and the signal of either active or passive electronics. And you're sure to love the way that the Para DI's 5-band equalizer sweetens your sound.
2. Exotic SP Compressor - Based on the iconic Ross compression circuit and favored for its transparency, the SP Compressor does a phenomenal job of evening out your dynamics while imparting harmonic sparkle. And the 3-position compression switch, variable blend control, and internal attack trim pots work in unison to shape your sound.
3. TC Electronics Polytune - Packing 109 ultra-bright LEDs, the TC Electronic PolyTune 2 Mini guitar tuner is easy to read under any stage conditions. Even in bright sunshine during outdoor gigs, you'll never be on your knees next to your pedalboard trying to read your tuner. You also get the incredibly precise chromatic strobe tuner mode from TC's PolyTune 2 pedal for spot-on +/- 0.1-cent tuning accuracy. Guitarists at Sweetwater have always been impressed with the one-strum approach of the PolyTune series. Experience it yourself with the brightest and smallest one yet — the TC Electronic PolyTune 2 Mini!
4. TC Electronics Hall-Of-Fame Reverb - If you're looking for the perfect reverb to add depth and dimension to your guitar playing, you'll find it in the TC Electronic Hall of Fame reverb. Loaded with a full collection of reverb types, including Spring, Hall, Plate, Room, Church, and Ambience styles, the Hall of Fame reverb is one of the most complete reverb stompboxes available. You also get excellent Color and Decay controls to further tailor your reverb sound. And the Hall of Fame reverb's dry signal path is completely analog, so your guitar's tone stays completely untouched.