EBS announced at the NAMM Show 2014 the introduction of the new ValveDrive DI pedal.
Seven years after the original EBS ValveDrive came out, the new EBS ValveDrive DI has crashed the NAMM Show 2014.
The main new feature of the ValveDrive DI is the XLR output, which provides a balanced floating signal to connect it straight into the console. At the same time, the former standard passive output has turned into a low-impedance output, so the ValveDrive DI can now be used as a stand-alone preamp with an external power amp.
The ValveDrive DI converts the input of the 9V AC power supply (included) into high voltage to give the tube the push it needs to deliver real tube distortion.
- Analog effect with true bypass
- Balanced floating XLR-output
- Low-impedance 1/4″ output
- 60 dB Ultra-High Gain Distortion
- -10 dB Pad
- Classic style passive filters control Volume, Treble, Middle, Bass & Gain
- Class-A tube overdrive pedal
- High-grade tube design
- Runs on 9V DC. Supply included
The EBS ValveDrive DI will start shipping shortly after the NAMM at a yet undisclosed price.
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