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Heavy Electronics Ascend
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Heavy Electronics Ascend

Guitar/Bass booster from Heavy Electronics .

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  • Manufacturer: Heavy Electronics
  • Model: Ascend
  • Category: Guitar/Bass boosters
  • Added in our database on: 04/14/2008

The Heavy Electronics Ascend is a refined one-knob clean boost. Discrete analog design allows this exquisite boost to be balanced and true. Wonderfully transparent and clear, yet powerful. Drives reverb tanks beautifully with its strong and concise low end. At the extreme, the Ascend can even be used to drive your tube amplifiers preamp into overdrive, allowing the pedal (and your guitar) to speak through the voice of the amp in a new way. Frequencies seem to melt into one another rather than stand apart. The Ascend's tone function switch inserts a simple EQ which can be swept via an internal trimpot. Because boosts often end up at the front of the signal chain, the Ascend incorporates a J-FET buffer circuit on the input signal. This guarantees better impedence reaction and long cable performance. After all, the Ascend was made for big stages.

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