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[NAMM] Radial introduces the Bassbone v2

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Bass preamp pedal from Radial Engineering .

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Radial Engineering announces an upgraded version of its Bassbone bass and double bass preamp pedal, which will be showcased at NAMM 2015.

The Bassbone v2 features two channels, each with a level control. They share a 3-band EQ and you’ll find a switch for choosing between two operation modes: you can either use two basses or switch channels just like on a amplifier.

This new version includes an effect loops with send and return jacks as well as a wet/dry mix knob to adjust the amount of effect injected into the signal path.

A third foostwitch will either boost the signal or mute it, which allows, for instance, for boosting certain parts or send the signal to the built-in tuner output between songs.

The Bassbone 2 also features a main output for connecting to an amp and a Radial DI is included to send the signal to a PA or recording device.

The Bassbone 2 ships with a 15V DC power supply. Radial Engineering announces a price of $259.99.

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