Tech 21's Bass Driver goes Deluxe
Tech 21 presents the Bass Driver Deluxe, a stompbox which (as you may expect) is none other than the latest evolution of the manufacturer's famous Bass Driver bass amp simulator.
Dual inputs associated with a pop-free selector allow two different (selectable) basses to be plugged with no need for an external A/B box. Three custom tones can be programmed for each input, or you can just as well use all six available program banks for a single instrument. The FX loop can also be programmed so as to engage your favorite external effect only with some settings.
This new offspring in the SansAmp family features an all-analog signal path, two selectable inputs, up to six presets, a programmable effect loop and a parallel/tuner output.
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