Neunaber Audio Introduces Elements Series Bass Pedals

Neunaber Elements Series Bass Pedals

Neunaber Audio has announced the Elements Series, which includes three new effects pedals: the Wet Reverb v5, the Seraphim Shimmer v2, and the Echelon Echo v2. Each pedal is an updated version of their previous circuits in a new, simple, three-knob layout. Other common features include an analog dry signal, small footprints with top jacks, selectable trails, mono input and output, and standard 9V supply power.

The Wet Reverb v5 is described as two pedals in one. “You can instantly choose the classic Wet reverb from the previous-version pedals or the new, magical W3T reverb from the Immerse Mk II and plug-in,” the company explains. “A full Mix knob adjustment from 0% to 100% wet lets you dial in the perfect amount of reverb.”

Similarly, the Seraphim Shimmer v2 lets you add or remove the shimmer layer from the reverb. “A long press of the footswitch seamlessly transitions between shimmer and reverb only,” they say. “Two reverbs and two shimmers in one pedal. Choose the original shimmer algorithm or the new, magical shimmer based on the W3T reverb from the Immerse Mk II. No more worrying if you picked the right pedal because you’ll have the best of both!”

The new Echelon Echo v2 has both Hi-Fi Tape Echo and a new Lo-Fi delay mode to offer a wider palette. A long press of the footswitch gives tap tempo functionality. Other features include cross-fading time change, adjustable delay time from 50 to 1000ms, and a full mix knob.

Neunaber’s Elements series pedals are available with an introductory price of $149 with an ultimate MSRP of $199.

Neunaber Elements Series Bass Pedal Features:

3-knob Layout
Two Effects in One Pedal
Full Mix knob adjustment from 0% to 100% wet
Analog dry signal for low noise and zero latency
Small footprint with top jacks
Selectable trails
Mono input & output
Powered from a standard 9V pedal power supply
Manufactured in Orange County, California

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