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Diamond Pedals announced the availability of the Bass Comp pedal, a new tool for bassists.

Based on the Diamond Compressor, the Bass Comp is described as the first Diamond product designed specifically for use with bass instruments.

Combining a low-noise optical compression circuit with a tilt EQ circuit, the Bass Comp is described as “ideal for enhancing the sound of any bass.”

Developed with the needs of 4-, 5-, and 6-string bassists in mind, the Bass Comp offers extended frequency response and exceptional headroom via 18V operation (power supply included) to provide smooth compression that enhance the tone of any bass, according to its manufacturer.

Specifications:
  • Optical compression circuit
  • Tilt EQ section offers selectable frequency center of 250/900Hz
  • True bypass signal path
  • Bi-color LED provides visual indication of compression
  • 18-volt operation for exceptional headroom

Pricing & Availability
The Diamond Bass Comp has a MSRP of $249US.Diamond Guitar Pedals are handmade in Canada and available through a worldwide dealer network.

Additional information can be found at www.diamondpedals.com. All pedals are backed by a 5-year manufacturer warranty.
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