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Pure Ampeg Tone. Rugged Pedal Designs

Ampeg Pedal Series

There’s nothing like playing through your favorite Ampeg amp, be it the thunderous SVT or the rich B-15. But, there may be gigs where an 8×10 isn’t right. You might be touring and can’t get the Ampeg rig you requested. I know, right? Now, with three different Ampeg pedals available, each delivering something unique, you can always trust you will have the tone you want, wherever you are.

The Classic Analog Bass Preamp pedal allows the player to dial in a wide range of authentic Ampeg tones with the 3-band tone stack and highly flexible Ultra-Hi and Ultra-Lo circuits. The Scrambler Bass Overdrive pedal delivers a huge range of overdrive, from subtle to screaming. Players can add in a touch of highs, then blend in with the dry signal to create their custom Ampeg tone. Both pedals feature an all-analog, true bypass design with class-leading signal-to-noise ratio built into all-metal enclosures made to survive the rigors of the road.

Pedals Overview:

Classic Analog Bass Preamp Features:

Delivers a wide range of authentic Ampeg tones
Classic 3-band tone stack plus volume
Ultra-Hi and Ultra-Lo circuits for tonal flexibility
True bypass, analog design with incredible signal-to-noise ratio
Roadworthy all-metal chassis construction
9V DC supply or battery capable (not included)

Scrambler Bass Overdrive Features:

Delivers classic Ampeg grit, grind and sag
Separate drive and blend (wet/dry) control
Treble and volume control
True bypass, analog design with incredible signal-to-noise ratio
Roadworthy all-metal chassis construction
9V DC supply or battery capable (not included)

For more, check out Ampeg’s website.

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