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Graphic equalizer pedal from Source Audio

Public price: $209 incl. VAT

Source Audio announces the release of their new cast aluminum Programmable EQ pedal featuring four savable presets, an 18dB range over eight frequency bands, up to 12dB of clean boost, MIDI input, and a tremolo-like auto-scrolling feature.

The Programmable EQ is designed for use with both guitar and bass. The MIDI input allows the pedal to interface presets with a  variety of floor and rack multi-effects units including the Line 6 POD, Boss GT-8, Behringer V-Amp, and Axe-FX. In octave extension mode, users can activate an extra eighth frequency band to expand the range of  the Programmable EQ for bass. The output knob features a variable blue LED that increases in brightness as more boost is added. The auto-scroll mode is designed to turn the pedal  into a customizable tremolo or sequencer-like effect by scrolling  through the four saved presets at adjustable speeds.

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The unit can be a pedal board addition with a footprint  of 4.5 in/11.4cm (Length) x 2.5 in/6.4cm (Width) x 2 in/5.1cm (Height). It also features a cast aluminum housing and a hardwire true bypass that utilizes a small signal relay for remote switching capabilities.

 

The Programmable EQ runs on a 9V battery (included) or an optional power supply. Like all Source Audio pedals, it features Source Audio’s 56-bit Digital Signal Processor, the SA601 chip with 24-bit converters.

 

Pricing

MSRP on the Programmable EQ  is $209.

 

Visit the Source Audio website at www.sourceaudio.net for more details.

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