By their very nature, piezo pickups tend to be very bright, with somewhat reduced bass response and warmth. The ADI21 combines the features of an active DI (direct injection) box with our proprietary microphone/tube emulation. If you don't want to use the emulation feature, the ADI21 also functions as a superb active DI box. The blend control allows you to mix the amount of modeled tone with your instrument's normal output. The resulting sound is more natural with smooth saturation, just as if your guitar were being miked.
Armed with an onboard 3 band EQ, with sweepable mids to keep feedback under control, the ADI21 effectively eliminates the harsh harmonics of piezo pickups. The output is laid out on 1/4" TS or balanced gold plated XLR connectors, which can be used to send a low impedance signal to the mixing console or straight to tape. You also get a ground lift switch to eliminate annoying ground loop hum problems. You can power this little lifesaver with a 9V battery or Behringer's PSU-SB DC power supply (not included).
The BDI21 combines the features of an active DI (direct injection) box with our proprietary tube emulation circuitry. It's like having a truckload of vintage tube amps right at your toes! The Blend control allows you to mix the amount of tube emulation you want with your direct bass signal. And if you don't want to use the tube emulation feature, just step on the switch and the ADI21 functions as a superb active DI box.
With its dedicated Drive, Treble, Bass, Level, and Presence dials, the BDI21 DI box goes above and beyond, giving you vintage tube tones for some funked-up slap, gonzo overdrive and everything in-between. You can use the BDI21 as a recording output DI, with tube emulation, or as a standard active DI box, when running in bypass mode. The output is laid out on 1/4" TS or balanced, gold plated XLR connectors. There's also a ground lift switch that eliminates typical ground loop hum problems.
You can power this bad boy with a 9V battery or Behringer's PSU-SB DC power supply (not included).
With 15dB available boost or cut per band (that's a lot!), the BEQ700's seven frequency bands have been carefully chosen to provide the ultimate tools for EQing the bass guitar, even 5 & 6 string instruments. Of course, to make full use of its capabilities, you should first understand some basics about the frequency range of your axe.
The BEQ700 covers the audio spectrum from below 50Hz to over 10KHz, allowing you to effectively cut or boost specific frequencies that help focus your sound. Special attention has been paid to the critical midrange frequencies, which can either make or break your sound. The following section offers tips that will have you sculpting the perfect bass sound in no time at all.
Most performers don't have a clue about what good equalization can do for their sound. Maybe you've heard the old maxim, "Make a sine wave to get really good sound," or "Make a smiley face, that always works." Sadly, this qualifies as advice from the uninformed. Just as every room is different, every musical instrument is unique. Even guitars and basses made by the same manufacturer, using the same materials, on the same day can vary a great deal.
People provide a good example of this principal - although we are all similar, we don't all wear the same size shoes, or even have the same colour eyes. There is no one "perfect" equalization curve that fits every scenario; equalization is dynamic.
When frequencies from 20Hz - 200Hz are boosted or cut, the bass is affected dramatically, since sounds in this range are often felt, as well as being heard. Boosting frequencies within this range can increase the sensation of power and punch. Conversely, reductions in this range can weaken or muddy low frequency response.
The fundamental notes of most basses fall within the 100Hz - 1000Hz range. Even slight changes in this range can cause a tremendous variation in overall bass energy and impact, as the human ear is especially sensitive to this range. Boosting frequencies around 200Hz often gives the bass warmth and body, without a loss of definition, while boosting frequencies in the 500Hz to 1000Hz range tend to make bass sounds brittle. Often, better EQ results can be achieved by reducing the frequency bands that are offending and by turning up the overall volume, rather than boosting one specific band.
Delay is a synthetic echo that, in adjustable increments, repeats the notes you play on guitar. Each repeated tone becomes quieter than the previous one, until the repeats are no longer heard. This results in a thick, robust sound that can take on everything from the quick "slap" echo of classic rockabilly to the long, dreamy echoes found in psychedelic rock. On the other hand, reverb emulates the natural echo that occurs because of a room's acoustics. Think of how your guitar would sound if you plucked a note while standing in a big empty gymnasium - the DR400 can produce that sound, even if you're playing in your bedroom! It can even combine this sound with delay for a truly otherworldly tone.
Powered by the Behringer Real Sound Modelling (RSM) processor, the DR400 offers three delay styles, four reverb styles and four styles that combine the two. Dedicated tone and reverb time dials double as feedback and delay time, depending on what mode you're in, while the balance dial determines the perfect mix of clean and affected tone. There's even a tap function that allows you to dial in the delay tempo by pressing the footswitch.
A dazzling blue LED indicates the power status and a top quality on/off switch maintains awesome signal integrity.
You can power this pedal with a 9 V battery or a Behringer PSU-SB DC power supply (not included).
Delay is a synthetic echo that, in adjustable increments, repeats the notes you play on guitar. Each repeated tone becomes quieter than the previous one, until the repeats are no longer heard. This results in a thick, robust sound that can take on everything from the quick "slap" echo of classic rockabilly to the long, dreamy echoes found in psychedelic rock.
The Echo Machine is essentially 11 delays in one pedal: Ping Pong, Reverse, two different multi delays, Tracking, Sweep, Swirl, Slap and three different tap modes. Behringer Real Sound Modeling technology gives this pedal the ability to emulate the acoustics of a variety of environments. Produce realistic cathedral like echo in your bedroom or cave like echo at the corner bar. Real Sound Modeling makes it possible!
You can choose to give the effect a digital, analog or tape delay feel via a dedicated switch. You can also choose to put lush, psychedelic tails behind every note you play, or a more abrupt delay that fades quickly. Sculpt it into a truly unique delay by twisting the dedicated Mix, Time, Repeat and Modulation dials. There's even a Tap function that allows you to dial in the delay tempo by rhythmically tapping the footswitch.
You can power this stompbox with a 9V battery or Behringer's PSU-SB DC Power Supply (not included).
The NR300 actually functions as two pedals in one. In Reduction mode, you can adjust the dedicated Threshold and Decay dials to keep all your tone and dynamics intact, but effectively eliminate hum from the picture. In Mute mode, the NR300 becomes a super-quiet on/off switch for your instrument.
Operation couldn't be easier. The NR300 features two LEDs, one to indicate when it's activated, another to indicate when it's suppressing noise. You can power this pedal with either a 9 V battery or the PSU-SB DC power supply (not included). And the top-quality on/off switch maintains absolutely noise-free operation.
With its dedicated overdrive/distortion blend dial, you can turn all the way to the left for pure overdrive, or all the way to the right for straight ahead distortion. In between, you get an infinite amount of options for creating the perfect overdrive/distortion cocktail. And with the dedicated tone, level and drive dials, everything you need to create a signature sound is at your fingertips.
The LED tells you when this pedal is working its magic, and the top quality on/off switch maintains excellent signal integrity in bypass mode.
You can power the OD300 with either a 9V battery, or the optional PSU-SB DC power supply (not included).
Reverb emulates the natural echo that occurs because of an environment's acoustics. Think of how your guitar would sound if you plucked a note while standing in a big empty gymnasium - the RV400 can produce that sound, even if you're playing in your bedroom!
The RV600 contains Behringer's Real Sound Modeling (RSM) processor and DSP technology, giving it the incredible power to make your guitar sound like you're playing in a cave, a cathedral, or even the outer reaches of the cosmos. With the RV600, putting studio caliber reverb into your signal chain is easier than ever before.
Just twist the dedicated dial to select dead on modelling of ducking, space, cave, tile, echo, vintage '63 Spring, spring, plate, room, chamber and hall reverbs. Tweak the dedicated mix, edcay, time and tone controls along with the trails on/off switch to create reverb that is resonant, abrupt, or just plain otherworldly!
The brilliant blue LED tells you when it's working while the top quality on/off switch preserves the signal integrity in bypass mode.
You can power this stomp box with a 9V battery or a Behringer PSU-SB DC power supply (not included).
The UD300's two mode switch lets you choose between warm, rhythm ready overdrive and volcanic, screaming distortion that will send your leads into the stratosphere.
Just twist the dedicated level, tone and distortion dials to create a tasty new flavor of distortion that's distinctively yours. The status LED tells you when the UD300 is activated, and the superior on-off switch maintains excellent signal integrity in bypass mode.
You can power the UD300 with either a 9V battery or the Behringer PSU-SB DC power supply (not included)
The UM300 effects pedal gives you the most extreme, sought after hard rock and heavy metal sounds with super thick, tube like distortion - plus virtually endless sustain.
Like most distortion stomp boxes, the UM300 comes with distortion and level controls. And the high and low controls let you dial in the amount of top end and bottom you desire. But the similarity to other stomps ends right there. Much like our world class mixing consoles, we've given the UM300 a mid freq control, allowing you to select a midrange frequency (from 200Hz-5KHz) and boost/cut it by up to 15dB (that's a lot!). What this means in terms of tone, is thick, tube like distortion with endless sustain, for everything from aggressive, traditional metal assaults to bone crunching mayhem.
A bright blue LED tells you when the UM300 is active, while a top quality on/off switch maintains highest signal integrity in bypass mode.
You can power the UM300 with Behringer's PSU-SB DC power supply (not included), or pop in a 9V battery.
Tremolo bars add a handsome shimmer to your guitar sound by detuning your strings and then returning them to pitch. And the sound of two guitars playing in harmony adds a soaring, heroic touch to an ordinary lead. The US600 is built to take the place of a tremolo bar AND a second guitarist. Its Real Sound Modelling (RSM) technology, with its sophisticated algorithms, delivers the delicate harmonic overtones that are critical to creating realistic harmonies and transpositions.
The US600 stomp box offers 5 totally different sounding modes: tremolo bar, flutter, detune, harmonist and pitch shifter. pitch shift and tremolo bar pitch can be shifted from 0 to 2 octaves; Harmonist pitch can be tweaked to track 3rds, 4ths, 5ths, 6ths, octaves or double octaves. There's a separate 10 step key select control as well as delay/speed control and balance to dial in how much effect you want to mix with a dry signal.
A brilliant blue LED indicates power status and battery condition. The footswitch is ultra-strong to last through years of gigging. And in bypass mode, it preserves signal integrity by taking all pedal circuitry out of your chain.
The US600 pedal is designed to give you the utmost flexibility, running on the Behringer PSU-SB DC power supply or a typical 9V battery.
Select from Unlatch, Bypass or Latch modes and twist the dedicated Rise, Rate and Depth dials to create your ideal vibrato. In Latch mode, the effect is constantly on once you step on it. Unlatch mode only applies the effect while you press down on the pedal, so you can add vibrato to a single note if you like. Your guitar will be playing mind-games with everyone in earshot as familiar, but hardly ordinary, tones of the 1960s and '70s ooze out of your amp.
The blue LED tells you when the pedal is activated, and the first-class on/off switch maintains peerless signal integrity in bypass mode. The UV300 can be powered with either a 9 V battery or the Behringer PSU-SB DC power supply (not included).
You can have it all:
This high-quality stomp box has the warm sound of a hand-selected 12AX7 vacuum tube. In addition, the VT999 offers an integrated and switchable noise gate with adjustable threshold that keeps your signal noise-free. The VT999 provides the ultimate in distortion-laced tone shaping, with an onboard 3-band EQ and dedicated Gain and Master output level control.
The brilliant status LED tells you when the VT999 is activated, and the top-quality on/off switch allows for true mechanical bypass when the effect is not in use, so your tone stays completely intact. VT999's dedicated power supply comes with it, so you're ready to rock right-out-of-the-box!
With the VINTAGE TUBE MONSTER VT999 defining the ultimate tube-distortion tone, your guitar playing will definitely be kicked into monster overdrive! Check out the VT999 at your local dealer today, or grab yours online.
Equipped with cutting-edge BOSS technology, the BC-1X Bass Comp performs far beyond the capabilities of conventional bass compressor pedals. This premium stompbox features pro-level multiband compression controlled by intelligent circuitry, making it simple to dial in natural sounds for any playing style. The advanced design responds to different dynamics and registers to apply the perfect amount of compression in real time, ensuring that your tone never gets over-squeezed or muddy. Transparent, powerful, and easy to use, the BC-1X is a must-have tool that delivers studio-quality punch and precision for dynamic players.
Advanced Technology for Natural Sound:
Compression is an indispensible tool for the modern bassist. While there are many bass compressor pedals available, the BC-1X stands alone as a completely unique product. Unlike conventional units that compress the fundamental tone and muffle the sound, the advanced BOSS MDP tech in the BC-1X provides perfectly natural compression that never overwhelms the character of your instrument. Every nuance is captured and processed accurately, even with aggressive compressor settings. In every register your sound is true, allowing you to put your heart into playing without fussing with different settings for every song or style.
Infinite Tonal Possibilities with Simple Controls:
While normal compressors can be difficult to dial in just right, the BC-1X takes all the guesswork out of getting great sound. Hidden behind the pedal's simple four-knob interface is a complex multiband processor with numerous interlocking parameters. As you turn the knobs, many parameters are adjusted at once, enabling a wide range of tone shaping with minimal effort. And thanks to the intelligent tech inside, you'll always achieve perfect sounds at every setting, from subtle dynamic control to extreme compression for effect.
Pro Features for Performing Players:
The BC-1X was designed with pro practicality in mind. The 18-volt input circuitry provides ample headroom without clipping, even with the hottest signals from active basses. A 12-segment gain reduction indicator clearly displays the amount of compression at all times, a high-end feature rarely seen in stompbox compressors. The pedal's noise performance is extremely low in comparison with other compressors, another huge benefit brought by BOSS technology. And with the road-proven BOSS compact chassis, the BC-1X ensures bulletproof reliability for years of demanding pro use.
A key feature of the EV-30 is an innovative internal mechanism that provides ultra-smooth feel and precise parameter control, delivering performance that rivals full-size pedals. And with two expression outputs, you can save further space by controlling two different devices from a single pedal. The outputs are electronically isolated, eliminating the possibility of noise issues from ground loops.
The EV-30 brings powerful real-time parameter control to the many BOSS compact pedals equipped with expression pedal inputs. It’s also ideal for use with BOSS multi-effects processors and effects switching systems. A handy polarity switch provides compatibility with a wide range of music gear, allowing you to use the EV-30 with most devices that support expression control.
These tank-tough diecast pedals are designed to meet the needs of the most demanding customers. The pedals offer a new stylish design, a road-tough build, and a comfortable, smooth action. Both models also provide an Expression output for use with expression-compatible amps, effects, and even synthesizers.
This lets you completely control your sound and eliminate unwanted feedback, particularly when connected after a distortion effect.
Ultra-portable and easy to use, the GT-1 delivers pro-level tones everywhere you play. Driven by the powerful BOSS GT-series engine, it gives you access to a huge selection of world-class amps and effects for all types of music. A streamlined interface enables quick and intuitive sound creation, while an assignable control switch and expression pedal provide dynamic real-time effects adjustment. And by connecting to BOSS Tone Central, you can download free pro patches, editing software, and more. Equally suited for beginners, weekend warriors, and traveling players, the GT-1 packs premium sound in a compact and rugged package.
Thanks to its flagship-class GT sound engine, the GT-1 provides tone quality and sound-shaping ability that far exceeds typical compact multi-effects. A history of BOSS processing is at your fingers, from classics such as the OD-1 Overdrive to modern effects powered by innovative MDP technology. There's a huge selection of COSM amp tones on tap too, including vintage legends and BOSS original amps optimized for ideal tone and response. Specialized effects like Acoustic Simulator, Guitar Simulator, and others provide numerous tonal options, and there's even a looper to enhance your practice sessions and stage performances.
Portable Tone Partner:
The GT-1 was designed for musicians on the move. It's surprisingly lightweight and compact, yet still delivers the rugged durability that BOSS is famous for. The modern design is easy to slip in and out of a guitar bag's accessory compartment, with no worries of hard edges causing damage to your axe. AC or battery power provides flexibility for any performing situation, and up to seven hours of battery life is available for street performing and other mobile gigs.
Easy Patch Selection and Sound Creation:
With the GT-1, it's simple to find fantastic tones for your style, and just as simple to customize them to taste. Beginners can get great sounds right away, while more experienced players will appreciate how quick and intuitive it is to adjust sounds. The Easy Select function allows you to choose patches by genre, distortion, or effect type, while Easy Edit lets you tweak drive, modulation, and echo tones to perfection with little effort. Dedicated panel buttons provide quick on/off switches for effect groups, and also unlock deep-dive parameters for microscopic fine-tuning.
BOSS Tone Central and BOSS Tone Studio:
At BOSS Tone Central, you'll find tons of free patch collections for playing all types of music with the GT-1. Created by pro guitarists, these patches are dialed-in and ready to use, and make great starting points for advanced players who like to create their own custom sounds. The free BOSS Tone Studio software provides a full-featured editor/librarian for the GT-1, as well as integrated access to all the patch collections at BOSS Tone Central.
Maximum Control in a Small Space:
The GT-1's three footswitches are smartly designed to provide patch selection, tuner access, looper control, and more in a minimal footprint. The dedicated CTL1 switch is freely assignable to functions like tap tempo, effects on/off, and numerous others, while the expression pedal and toe switch are assignable to volume, wah, and various effects parameters. If you crave more control, there's even a jack for connecting up to two external footswitches or an expression pedal. And in addition to providing access to BOSS Tone Central and BOSS Tone Studio, the GT-1's USB jack lets you record and re-amp tones with your favourite DAW.
The ML-2's ferocious and biting tone will complement and cut through any blast beats your rhythm section can create.
On the top panel, there is a new and innovative loop indicator, which consists of a 24-segment LED laid out in a circular pattern. You can quickly and easily determine the current status of the Rec/Overdub/Play modes. With a maximum 12 minutes of stereo recording time, the RC-1 is capable of capturing any extended performance that you can create or imagine! The stereo in/out jacks can be used with stereo effects and amplifiers. Additionally, they allow you to connect stereo instruments, such as synthesizers. Other convenient features include battery and AC power, as well as flexible external footswitching capabilities. The RC-1 is an especially great partner to start enjoying looping!
Everyone always wants to be "in the loop," but with other loopers, you may not have enough recording time to capture every phrase that you want for your masterpiece. With its 12 minutes of stereo recording time, the RC-1 has the most stereo recording time in its class.
It doesn't matter if you're a beginner or a concert touring professional. The RC-1 is a great choice for any guitarist, bassist or keyboardist concerned with usability and simplicity while having lots of fun!
You can incorporate the RC-1 into your existing pedalboard or effects system. It's also a great way to learn, practice or improve your playing by quickly and easily creating your own backing track to jam along with. You can also loop stereo instruments like synthesizers and have a ball playing along.
Well, yes and no. Sure, it's cool to look at, but the new indicator on the RC-1 is also very innovative and useful. You can clearly and easily see the current status of the Rec/Overdub/Play modes. You can also switch the indicator to an alternate mode, which visually tracks your loop. During overdubbing and playback, the speed at which the indicator rotates directly corresponds to the length of the loop.
Apparently, some other products are based on the belief that mono recording and playback is good enough for you. In this day and age, we here at BOSS believe that it's not too much for you to expect a stereo looper. With stereo inputs and outputs, you can record and playback your creations in stereo, the way music was intended to be played, performed, and enjoyed.
The optional FS-7 makes footswitching even simpler and easier! And, its compact size won't take up much space on your pedal board. Pressing the "A" switch will stop the Rec/Overdub/Play mode. Hold down the "A" switch for two seconds or longer to erase the phrase. By pressing the "B" switch, you can easily undo or redo your phrase. It's that easy!
Ahead of its time when it debuted in 1982, the VB-2 Vibrato has been rediscovered by modern players looking to create unique guitar textures with stompbox effects. Thanks to its expressive, one-of-a-kind sound, this rare pedal has gone on to become one of the most valuable BOSS effects in the vintage market. Now, the progressive spirit of the VB-2 has been reborn as the Waza Craft VB-2W. Using all-analog circuitry, the VB-2W authentically reproduces the true pitch-shifted vibrato of the original pedal, and also adds an innovative new vibrato mode and real-time control function for enhanced expression.
Waza Craft: The Art of Superior Tone.
Since the beginning, the engineers at BOSS have been committed to achieving the finest guitar tones using any technology necessary, from old-school analog circuits to high-tech DSP. Continuing this enthusiastic spirit, we are pleased to introduce the Waza Craft series. In Japan, "Waza" is the term for art and technique, and these special edition pedals proudly carry the Waza symbol to represent the pinnacle of BOSS design and craftsmanship. With final sound approval carried out by BOSS in Japan, the Waza Craft series brings you exceptional tone and touch response through carefully selected analog components, refined circuitry, and meticulous attention to detail.
For singer/songwriters who play acoustic guitar, it's a competitive, crowded world out there. The VE-8 Acoustic Singer delivers that extra edge you need to stand out and shine, supporting you with professional BOSS sound every time you perform. Simple to use, the VE-8 provides studio-quality voice and guitar processing plus impressive real-time harmonies and looping in one compact, go-everywhere package. With such great sound and powerful creative features at your command, you're destined to bring down the house everywhere you play.
The VE-8 makes it easy to get professional, studio-level vocal sounds right away. Just plug your mic into the XLR input and dial up some nice ambience, add clarity and control with the Enhance feature, and more. You can even call up hard-tuned electronic voice sounds, distortion, and radio voice tones to bring some modern edge to your acoustic performances.
With the VE-8's dedicated guitar channel, your acoustic axe will sound just as great as your vocals. Acoustic Resonance magically restores your natural guitar sound, eliminating the sterile piezo "quack" that plagues typical undersaddle pickups used in plugged-in acoustics. Reverb and chorus are on hand too, plus cool BOSS effects like Octave, Mod Delay, and more. There's a built-in tuner as well, a must-have tool for stage performing. And with the phase switch and notch filter, you have fingertip access for killing any feedback issues the instant they arise.
In a solo performance, the ability to create natural vocal harmonies turns heads and elevates your tunes to new sonic levels. Using the VE-8, creating these harmonies live has never been easier. The automatic harmony function detects the chords and key you play with your guitar, and then generates the correct harmony as you sing. Hybrid and fixed harmony modes are available too, giving you all types of versatility for different performing and recording situations. There's also a nice vocal doubling effect, a useful feature for adding fullness and presence to your voice as needed.
The specially designed looper in the VE-8 sounds great and is ready to support your performance whenever you need it. Just use the dedicated footswitch to lay down a percussive rhythm, chord progression, vocal counterpoint, or whatever you like. You can easily select your guitar, voice, or both for looping via panel buttons or an optional footswitch.
The VE-8's rear panel has a guitar input and XLR mic input with switchable phantom power, plus an Aux input to connect a smartphone or other device for backing music. Stereo XLR balanced outputs provide a direct feed to the house PA, while stereo 1/4-inch outputs let you send a separate signal to stage monitors or an acoustic amp. Both the vocal and guitar channels feature a three-band EQ and low-cut filter for shaping the tone to suit the venue, and it's even possible to send the two channels to separate outputs for external mixing flexibility. And via USB, you can use the VE-8 as a direct recording interface with your favorite DAW software.
With the VE-8's grab-and-go panel controls, it's simple to dial in sounds and settings as you play. After creating a setup you like for a particular song, just save it in one of 50 memory locations for instant recall while performing. The VE-8's three built-in footswitches control a variety of live functions, and one or more optional footswitches can be connected for further control if needed.
The Dirty Robot's effects are complimented by stereo 1/4" jack inputs and outputs for routing flexibility, constant high voltage rails, a bi-color status LED indicator and true bypass circuitry. With its compact size, vacuum-style footswitch and striking graphics the Dirty Robot furthers DigiTech's evolution in pedal design.
The Dirty Robot uses a 9VDC power supply to easily integrate into your existing pedalboard.
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Tailor the Mosaic's sound with the independent Level and Tone controls. Level will control the 12-string effect intensity while Tone shapes the overall brightness of the effect. The Mosaic will give you a richer, more resonant and full tone than a standard six-string guitar. It is true bypass and uses a 9V DC power supply to easily integrate into your existing pedalboard.
LEVEL - Adjusts the intensity of the 12-string effect
TONE - Adjusts the amount of high frequency enhancement being applied to your signal
DigiTech Mosaic 12-String Polyphonic Effect Pedal
PS0913DC Power Supply
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Separate Speed, Depth, Emphasis, Voices and Mix controls shape your waves into clean curls or soupy foam. True Bypass, stereo inputs and outputs, silent switching, and rugged construction, make the Nautila as practical as it is creative.
The Nautila uses a 9VDC power supply to easily integrate into your existing pedalboard.
- Nautila Chorus/Flange Pedal
- StompLock; This unique new device fits snugly over the Nautila's control knobs to protect your finely-tuned settings from drops, bumps and kicks that inevitably take place when you perform.
- Die cut Hook-and-loop Pedalboard Pad - This is a high-density mounting pad for stick and stay, semi-permanent mounting of the Nautila on pedalboards. It is also easily unmounted for pedalboard reconfiguration.
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The Polara's flexible reverbs cover a full spectrum, from the intimate warmth of "Room", to the vast expansiveness of "Hall", through time with the cosmic power of "Reverse", and anchored by Lexicon's revered "Modulated", "Plate" and "Spring" reverbs. In addition to those classics, the Polara introduces the new "Halo" reverb. The "Halo" reverb with cascading octaves interspersed in the reverb decays will cast a heavenly glow over your tone.
With its new, compact size and vacuum-style footswitch, the Polara truly represents the latest evolution in DigiTech pedal design. We've put years of experience into every detail of its mechanical and sonic blueprint.
The Polara offers independent Level, Liveliness, Decay and Type controls; Stereo Inputs and Outputs; a Soft Click Footswitch; and a Reverb Tails On/Off Toggle Switch.
In the box:
Polara Reverb Pedal
"StompLock" - This unique new device fits snugly over the Polara's control knobs to protect your finely-tuned settings from drops, bumps and kicks that inevitably take place when you perform.
Die cut Hook-and-loop Pedalboard Pad - This is a high-density mounting pad for stick and stay, semi-permanent mounting of the Polara on pedalboards. It is also easily unmounted for pedalboard reconfiguration.
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Pushing the Band Creator paradigm further, the TRIO+ also allows you to loop and custom sequence your looped guitar parts to create full songs on the fly. Press the TRIO+'s Looper footswitch to record a loop along with an unlimited number of overdubs. The Loop level can be individually controlled using the TRIO+'s Loop knob. Loops can be recorded by themselves, operating just like a traditional looper, or along with the band. You can also apply built-in effects to your guitar signal by enabling the TRIO+'s Guitar FX button, or connect your favorite effects to the TRIO+'s FX Send and FX Return jacks.
The TRIO+ provides 12 music genres to choose from including: Blues, R&B, Rock, Alternative Rock, Metal, Pop, Electronic Pop, Hip-Hop, Country, Folk, Latin, and Jazz. 12 song styles are available for each genre and can be selected using the TRIO+'s Style encoder, including selection between 3/4 and 4/4 time signatures. Multi-coloured LEDs around the TRIO+'s Style encoder indicate which styles best match your song.
The TRIO+ can learn up to 5 different song parts, perfect for creating an intro, verse, chorus, bridge and outro. Song parts can be recalled on-the-fly as the song plays back or pre-programmed as a sequence for automated playback. An optional DigiTech FS3X Footswitch can be connected to the TRIO+'s Control In jack for additional handsfree control with 3 modes of operation to select from.
Up to 12 songs along with loops can be stored to the TRIO+'s Micro SD Card (included). Need to create more songs? No problem. Just insert a new SD Card and you're ready to start teaching the band your new songs. To manage all your songs and loops on a computer, download the free Librarian Manager software from digitech.com, available for Windows and Mac.
The TRIO+ offers independent Tempo, Genre, Style, Loop Level, Bass Level, Drums Level, Headphone Output Level controls; Guitar, FX Return and Control Inputs;Amplifier, Mixer, FX Send and Headphone Outputs; Built-in Guitar Effects (relative to music genre); a Soft Click Footswitch and includes a 9V DC adapter.
The Ventura Vibe's stellar rotary and vibrato effects are complimented by stereo 1/4" inputs and outputs for routing flexibility, constant high voltage rails, a bicolor status LED indicator and true bypass circuitry. With its compact size, vacuum-style footswitch and striking graphics the Ventura Vibe furthers DigiTech's evolution in pedal design. We've put years of experience into every detail of its mechanical and sonic blueprint.
The Ventura Vibe uses a 9V DC power supply to easily integrate into your existing pedalboard.
Ventura Vibe Rotary/Vibrato Pedal
StompLock - This unique new device fits snugly over the Ventura Vibe's control knobs to protect your finely-tuned settings from drops, bumps and kicks that inevitably take place when you perform.
Die cut Hook-and-loop Pedalboard Pad - This is a high-density mounting pad for stick and stay, semi-permanent mounting of the Ventura Vibe on pedalboards. It is also easily unmounted for pedalboard reconfiguration.
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Whammy artists have won over 60 Grammys using its unique pitch-shifting sound to enhance their music. Its songs echo the hallways of the Rock & Roll Hall of Famer and generate acclaim on over 700 million albums around the world. There is no doubt why Whammy is one of the most common sights on guitarists' pedalboards.
The Whammy can bring new depth to your artistry. Turn your solo into raging, rebellious screams of tone or tame your crowd with highly expressive, ambient chordal bends. Energize your audience with a scratchy note frenzy, bring them in and out of the sound tunnel with musical bursts, or carry them through an existential exploration of full-fretboard pitch translation. The Whammy puts expression into the expression pedal.
Don't be the last guitarist without a Whammy!
Notable Whammy players:
The Edge, Tom Morello, Matt Bellamy, Ed O'Brien, Joe Satriani, Jimmy Page, Steve Vai, Jack White, Munky and Head, Josh Homme, David Gilmour, Matthew Followill, Jonny Greenwood, Noel Gallagher, Dimebag Darrell, Kirk Hammett, Nels Cline, Buckethead, Billy Corgan, James Iha, Tommy Kessler, Trey Anastasio, John Scofield, Jeff Ament, Phil X, Herman Li, Page Hamilton, David Torn, Bryan Baker, Joe Perry.
Seven pitch selections: 2nd, 4th, 5th, 7th, Octave, Double Octave, and Octave+Dry, as well as a toggle to select up or down for the selected pitch.
The Whammy Ricochet also has latching footswitch mode so you can rise or fall to pitch and stay there, and an LED ladder that shows your shift trajectory at all times. All these controls combine to create classic Whammy pitch-shifting as well as new sounds never heard before.
*For audio demos, please visit - http://digitech.com/en-US/products/whammy-ricochet
The DOD Carcosa Fuzz has an exaggerated mid-range and treble character that help it stand out in a mix. It has been designed to cut through a dense and heavy band but still have great note articulation with chords. However, when extreme bias (AFTER) ranges are selected many wild and over-the-top sounds are possible.
Dial in the ideal reflection of your sound with a set of powerful, yet simple controls. You can keep things simple and use the Looking Glass for tone shaping, glassy boost and light overdrive, or go further down the rabbit hole into the raw, psychedelic sounds of a vintage amp pushed to the brink of failure. Featuring a new hybrid of Class-A discrete FET design, the Looking Glass' asymmetrical clipping is so responsive that it can go from one end of the spectrum to the other with not only a flick of a switch, but with pick attack alone.
The Looking Glass Overdrive is collaboration between DOD and the boutique pedal company SHOE Pedals. Christopher Venter of SHOE Pedals is known for his unique circuits, colorful perspective on classic effects, and minimalist design aesthetic.
Built for maximum versatility, the Looking Glass' unique Input Filter feature allows the player to tame overly bright guitars and interacts with your guitar's pickups to help you cut through the mix without shredding the audience's ears. The versatile, intuitive pre-drive Bass Cut and post-drive Treble controls allow you to retain clarity in the mix or dial in any raunchy raw tone you desire. And, there's enough output and gain on tap to make even the Red Queen lose her head.
The Looking Glass is true bypass, which allows your guitar tone to remain pristine even when the it is off and the power supply input makes it pedalboard friendly.
Built-in Compressor - The option to add compression make possible to keep the note differentiation clearly audible even at heavily distorted sounds. There are three modes for the built-in compressor, High, Mid and Off. For the Mid setting, there's an additional trim pot inside to set the ratio. There's also a trim pot to set the Threshold for the compressor (affect both settings).
Clean Loop, Drive Loop - Endless possibilities! The Billy Sheehan Signature Drive offers unlimited pre-post mix tone shaping, made possible by including a clean loop and a drive loop. It lets the user insert any other effect they wish within each loop to 'pimp' the effect into your own signature effect! For example, connect an external EQ to the Drive Loop and shape the character of the distortion any way you want. Or, turn off the built-in compressor if you prefer to use a different type of compressor and put in the Clean Loop. To use the loop function, you need an additional insert cable (a stereo 1/4" plug that split in a tip and ring female or male 1/4" mono plug).
Controls - With the new extended size box from EBS, there are controls for Drive (gain for the overdrive engine), Tone (sets the frequency scoop for the drive), Level (sets level for drive channel post Drive Loop and pre final compressor) and Clean (sets level for the clean channel, post Clean Loop and pre final compressor). The concept works similar to when you blend the two channels on the preamp of a Fafner II amp.
The Black Haze is developed by EBS with input from several Swedish top session guitarists. It is a beautiful drive with some darkness to it to make it interesting and irresistible. The Black Haze features dual drive engines and low-range compensation.
Full control. The pedal feature controls for Drive, Tone and Volume and a switch for Thin, Normal or Deep character.
Brand new design. A new compact housing design include recessed jacks to reduce space between pedals on a pedal board and a comfortable angle that makes switching smoother.
Can I use it with bass? The Black Haze offers a rich and creamy drive sound for your bass with solid bottom-end. Use the Drive, Tone and Volume controls to tweak your sound, and pick your favourite character between Thin, Normal and Deep, where Deep makes it interesting and dark while Thin and Normal makes it stand out more. It adds a new flavour of distortion to EBS existing product portfolio of bass effects.
Distortion with full bottom! EBS MetalDrive delivers high-gain distortion for use in modern metal music, and other music styles that call for a mean distorted sound. It works equally well with guitar, and handle drop tuned guitars, 7-, and 8-string guitars without choking.
Easy to operate. The pedal works in Standard, Flat and Tubeism mode with controls for Distortion and Output - simple but effective! The MetalDrive uses True Bypass.
The Black Label Pedals provide great tone for bass, keyboard and other instruments as well. They are smooth working effects with very little or no noise and a fat tone that keep the bottom solid.
The 2015 Studio Edition comes with a complete new design, optimized signal path, a new signal relay switch, protection against over voltage use up to 18V and can be powered with anything from 9-12V DC.
*For audio samples, please visit - http://www.ebssweden.com/content/metaldrive.php
Unbeatable. Nothing compares to a true analog effect when it comes to Tremolo pedals. The EBS TremoLo offer full bodied fat sound, in a tiny but sturdy little box that fits nicely on any pedal board, delivering all that great tremolo effects you've always aimed for. Perhaps most known as a guitar effect, the tremolo can add nice character to bass as well (just listen to the samples by Porcupine Tree bass innovator Colin Edwin below!)
Several choices. Use the controls to set the Depth and Speed of the effect. The sweep character can be set to choice of three different waveforms; sine, square and sawtooth waveforms and offers volume or filter type of effect.
Mono or Stereo. The EBS TremoLo pedal operates in mono or true stereo with auto panning of the tremolo effect. The EBS TremoLo use true bypass techniques.
- Similar to the Billy Sheehan Signature Drive, you can blend the fuzz tone with a clean signal. Fire up the distortion engine gain as much as you like with the 'Gain' control, set the 'Volume' for the distortion and then blend in the clean unaffected tone by turning up the 'Blend' control. Instead of a tone control, the EBS FuzzMo features a 'Shape' control that changes the shape of the gain engine, from triangle to square wave through the passive tone stack.
- If the controls does not offer enough flexibility, this pedal also feature a 'Character' filter. This goes in three steps from Flat, to subtle mid-scoop, to maximum mid-scoop (or cut).
- The EBS FuzzMo uses a True Bypass footswitch. The pedal runs on 9V DC battery or Power Supply.
A DI box, two-channel preamp, with speaker simulation, effects loop, phones output and loads of other great features. This is the ultimate bass tool. Period!
Two Channels and A Useful Loop. The MicroBass II can be used as an active direct box, a one or two channel preamp, instrument switcher or blender.
The two channels provide sound shaping from high end solid-state types to distorted timbres, using the awarded tube emulation circuitry found in the EBS range of professional bass heads.
An incorporated effects loop gives the user added flexibility for connecting to other effect pedals, or for mixing in an external audio source such as a CD player for rehearsal purposes.
Unmatched Flexibility - The balanced output with speaker simulator option provides unmatched flexibility in live and studio situations. Footswitches control mute and channel operation/switching. Other features include headphone output, low battery indicator, link and master outputs, bass, 'sweepable' midrange, treble, bright and edge filters, drive and effects mix controls.
The EBS MicroBassII delivers that big, burning EBS sound wherever you go.
Track your note. The pedal recognizes two or three-note chords and trigger the lowest note. Control the level of the original tone and mix in the octave effect. Choose between High, Mid or Low Range - which relates to the character of the sound of the sub-note.
Hints. Sub-notes are perhaps most effective when playing on the higher frets, and could add a nice touch just slightly blended into the original tone, especially on a solo on bass or guitar. The OctaBass works really good together with distortion as well, but remember to keep the OctaBass before the drive in the signal chain, so it get's as clean as possible tone to trigger. If you are after a synth-bass type of sound, a great way to achieve that is to run an OctaBass, combined with an EBS BassIQ envelope filter, and use the 'Down' mode on the IQ. That makes the impression of hitting a key on a keyboard, and adds that sub-bass as well as synth sound to the tone.
The original EBS effect! The OctaBass was the very first stompbox effect from EBS. This classic effect was introduced in 1992, and based on an onboard effect featured in the legacy EBS Taurus combo. It has become 'classic' after being a trusted companion to legendary bassists like Tony Levin, Roger Glover, Marcus Miller, Tal Wilkenfeld & many many more...
The 2008 edition improvements added 3 dB higher headroom, higher sensitivity and new analog circuitry with higher dynamics and lower noise, as well as true bypass switching technique.
The 2015 Studio Edition comes with optimized signal path, new design, new signal relay switching technique, protection against over voltage use up to 18V and the possibility to power the pedal with anything from 9-12V DC.
*For audio samples, please visit - http://www.ebssweden.com/content/octabass.php
Get the Groove! The EBS WahOne is a truly versatile wah-wah pedal designed specifically to enhance your bass groove. This unique pedal is based on the classic wah-wah concept but with extended features. With an easy dial-in design the choice is yours - use it as a wah-wah filter or volume pedal.
Extra goodies. The WahOne offers several cool options like the built-in tube simulator circuit, reversed action of the footboard let you choose between 'whooa' or 'aoowh' type of effect, Low-pass filter and Hi-Q setting that narrows the midrange span that the effect work within. All these features are activated by switches on the front panel. There's also a Range control that decides where in the frequency range the pedal will create the effect.
Volume pedal. Turn the WahOne into a Volume pedal by simply pressing a little switch on the front panel.
*UK 3-piin power supply included
Blend your dry signal to create lush layers. Enough tonewheel and combo organ inspiration to light your fire and cook up some green onions!
*UK 230V power adapter included*
The Bad Stone delivers an incredible six stages of phase shifting plus a manual mode that lets the player freeze the phase. Its Rate knob controls the phase shifting speed which goes from a very slow swoosh to a rapid, oscillating warble. Feedback determines the depth of the phase effect and a toggle switch lets the user select Auto or Manual modes.
In addition to the die-cast package, other modern amenities include true bypass for maximum signal path integrity, an effect status LED and an AC jack that accepts an EHX9.6DC power supply.
This is the pedal that bass players who loved the Big Muff sound have been waiting for.
Designed for and by bassists, this compact compressor/sustainer features fully adjustable controls that can subtly transform the dynamic qualities of a bass guitar or take them to the extreme.
From transparently leveling out notes so they sit in a track to creating an intensely squashed sound, the Bass Preacher helps spread the gospel of great bass tone!
The pedal's four-band EQ section includes Bass (below 200Hz), Lo Mid (boost/cut at 280Hz), Hi Mid (Boost/cut at 750Hz) and Treble (boost/cut above 2kHz) controls. Its Distortion section is equipped with Level, Blend, Drive and Tone controls plus a dedicated footswitch. Three signal flow modes determine where the distortion is applied within the signal chain and each delivers unique tonal variations. They are: Pre EQ, where the distortion comes before the EQ. Post EQ, where the distortion comes after the EQ and Dry EQ where only the dry signal mixed in with the Blend control is affected by the EQ.
The Battalion's compressor is engaged via pushbutton and includes a level control and blue LED. The pedal's Gate knob sets the threshold for the noise gate while the -10dB Pad Button lets the pedal accommodate basses with both active and passive pickups.
The Battalion includes a 1/4" input jack , a 1/4" output jack that is headphone ready, 1/4" dry output and a balanced XLR output for use as a DI. The DI features dedicated level, bypass and ground lift controls.
The Battalion features all-analog circuitry and comes with an EHX9.6DC-200mA AC adapter.
Revered by contemporary guitarists and rock legends for its rich, creamy, violin-like sustain, from Pink Floyd to The White Stripes, everyone still wants a piece of the Pi!