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Electro-Harmonix introduces the Crying Bass

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Bass Wah-Wah/Auto Wah-Wah/Filter from Electro-Harmonix belonging to the Next Step series.

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Electro-Harmonix opens its Next Step series to bass players with the Crying Bass wah/fuzz pedal.

The Crying Bass is the first pedal designed for bass in the Next Step Series. Just like the other models, it is equipped with a tilting chassis, which replaces the traditional expression pedal.

Inside the unit, Electro-Harmonix installed a specially tuned fuzz circuit designed to add harmonics to the wah filter, and a fixed low-pass filter allows for adding low-end to the wah effect.

On the side of the pedal, you'll also find fuzz level and low-pass filter level controls.

The Crying Bass requires a 9V battery or power adapter.

No information regarding the price of this new pedal which details are available at www.ehx.com.

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