Collection: Intensive Care Audio

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About Intensive Care Audio


All pedals come with a lifetime warranty.
Pedals must not have been deliberately destroyed or modified by someone other than a qualified Intensive Care Audio doctor.

All surgery will be performed free of charge as long as the above conditions are met.

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What Intensive Care Audio is, and what is it used for:
Intensive Care Audio manufactures high quality guitar effects pedals for the treatment of Bland Tone Syndrome and Excessive Aural Dryness. Used regularly it can provide effective relief from these, and other music and instrumentation related conditions. All Intensive Care Audio effects pedals are made in London, England, using high quality components and feature soft touch relay switching for quiet, true bypass operation.

What you need to know before using Intensive Care Audio:
Do not use:
-If you are allergic to unorthodox sounds
-If you have high levels of normality in your blood
-If you have the habit of accidentally plugging in the wrong power supply (Use only high quality 9v centre negative power supplies)
-If you play with aggressive or temperamental drummers

How to take Intensive Care Audio effects pedals:
The dose needed to treat guitar effect deficiency will depend on how low your levels of guitar effect are. Your doctor will advice you on the strength and number of pedals to use and how often you should use them.
For adults this is usually 7-8 effects pedals used for 1-2 hours, twice a day. Using pedals after meals is recommended to avoid dizziness.

If you forget to use an Intensive Care Audio effects pedal, use them as soon as possible and continue to use them as normal. DO NOT take a double dose to make up for a forgotten dose as this can cause irreversible MIND BENDING (Mindbendinitis)

Possible Side Effects:
Like all medicine, this medicine can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them.

Serious side effects:
-Involuntary time signature changes
-Nausea and or vomiting
-Difficulty passing riffs
-Thinking you're better at your instrument than you actually are
-Looking down your nose at other peoples gear

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