MXR M-182 El Grande Bass Fuzz
Continuing its recent effort in addressing the specific needs of bass players, MXR introduces a new bass fuzz pedal called the "M-182 El Grande Bass Fuzz", which is basically a 70’s fuzz pedal specially adapted for handling low frequencies.
The traditional Volume, Tone, and Fuzz controls let you sculpt your tone with precision to get a large array of sounds without sacrificing low end or clarity. Add a "Deep" switch providing a 15 dB boost at an internally-adjustable frequency ranging from 87 to 113Hz, and you can definitely expect a rather versatile-sounding and innovative stompbox, while the distinctive aesthetics of this raw-looking aluminium box (especially the traditional shape and blue LED) stay true to the tradition of the Jim Dunlop-owned manufacturer. No sound sample or public price seem available as of right now.
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