DigiTech announced the introduction of its BP355 Bass Multi-Effects Pedal, a modeling bass processor designed to offer bass players hundreds of sounds, amp and speaker cabinet models, effects and more.
Powered by DigiTech's AudioDNA 2 processor, the BP355 offers state-of-the-art modeling of 20 amps, 17 speaker cabinets and more than 70 different effects – distortion pedals, flangers, phasers, chorus pedals, envelope filters, compressors, delays, pitch shifters and more, including a selection of Lexicon reverbs and popular stompboxes. The BP355 includes 70 factory and 70 user presets, a Tone Library with 30 sounds and an Effects Library with 30 effects. A choice of 3-band or 4-band semi-parametric EQ enables precise tonal adjustment.
The DigiTech BP355 Bass Multi-Effects Pedal will be available in December 2010.
Please visit digitech.com for more information.
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