[Musikmesse] EBS Black Label pedal for bass
We told you earlier that EBS was releasing pedals for guitar, but they are also revamping their bass effects in a new Black Label Studio Edition.
The new Black Label Studio Edition series features six effect pedals EBS fans have known for a long time, but they know sport a new look with improved sound and simplified operation.
The MultiComp SE compressor, DynaVerb SE reverb, UniChorus SE, OctaBass SE octaver, MetalDrive SE overdrive and MultiDrive SE overdrive pedals are now equipped with new relay-based switches for reduced mechanical noise and improved lifespan. All the models also include “Jumbo” LEDs for increased visibility, improved current protection and they can be 9-12V powered. EBS also announces that the signal have been optimized for studio use.
These new stompboxes will be available this Spring. More info soon at www.ebssweden.com.
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