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  • Red Witch Unveils Zeus Bass Fuzz Suboctave Pedal

    Red Witch Unveils Zeus Bass Fuzz Suboctave Pedal

    Red Witch Effects has unveiled their second bass-specific pedal called Zeus. The pedal features independent analog fuzz and suboctave effects with separate wet/dry mix controls for each. The silicon fuzz comprises key features of the company’s Fuzz God II and has Fuzz and Sputter controls. Sputter acts as a gate on the circuit’s second transistor... »

  • Dwarfcraft Devices Announces The Paraloop

    Dwarfcraft Devices Announces The Paraloop

    Dwarfcraft’s new Paraloop is a utility pedal designed for adding flexibility to your signal chain. The stompbox features two effects loops that are “normally closed,” which the company explains as meaning a buffered clean signal comes through each. It has a single Send level knob that allows for boosting each loop or – if both... »

  • F-Pedals Announces the Robotholic

    F-Pedals Announces the Robotholic

    Los Angeles-based F-Pedals has teamed up with recording engineer Eddie Kramer to unveil the Robotholic. The first in their new Pulse of Rebellion series, the pedal brings together a range of effects including a clean boost, a crunchy drive, heavy distortion, and an “analog-ringmod-resembling effect.” The Robotholic has four knobs – Mix, Pitch, Drive, and... »

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  • Darkglass Electronics Introduces Super Symmetry Compressor Pedal

    Darkglass Electronics Introduces Super Symmetry Compressor Pedal

    Darkglass Electronics has expanded their pedal lineup with the Super Symmetry, a compressor they describe as state of the art with a classic feel. “It sounds modern in the way that it doesn’t color your tone while compressing, but the way it reacts to your playing is simply natural and seamless,” they write. Designed and... »

  • EBS Introduces Black Label Studio Edition Pedals

    EBS Introduces Black Label Studio Edition Pedals

    Swedish amp company EBS has announced their Black Label series of bass pedals will be getting overhauled with the Black Label Studio Edition lineup. The series updates six pedals – the MultiComp SE, the DynaVerb SE, the UniChorus SE, the OctaBass SE, the MetalDrive SE and the MultiDrive SE – with several improvements for studio... »

  • Wampler Pedals Introduces Low Blow Bass Pedal

    Wampler Pedals Introduces Low Blow Bass Pedal

    Wampler Pedals has released the Low Blow, an overdrive/distortion pedal designed specifically for bass. The Low Blow features two clipping modes – Smooth and Jagged – for dialing in your dirt as well as a 3-band EQ for further tonal tweaking. Additionally, the pedal has a Notch Filter switch to tighten up “common cabinet ‘woof’... »

  • Eden Announces The Glow Plug Pedal

    Eden Announces The Glow Plug Pedal

    Eden has expanded their pedal lineup with the Glow Plug, a pedal that contains a 12AX7 to add organic tube warmth to your bass sound. The pedal, which is specifically designed for bass, has adjustable warmth control to change the gain level of the tube. The Glow Plug also has variable crossover control to select... »

  • SolidGoldFX Introduces Sasori Fuzz Pedal

    SolidGoldFX Introduces Sasori Fuzz Pedal

    SolidGoldFX has released the Sasori Fuzz, a pedal they describe as “brimming with rich brassy overtones and a unique buzz saw grind.” The pedal, which takes its name for the Japanese word for scorpion, is designed for both bass and guitar. The Sasori is set up with Fuzz, Level, and Tone controls to dial in... »

  • MXR Now Shipping the M85 Bass Distortion Pedal

    MXR Now Shipping the M85 Bass Distortion Pedal

    After announcing the pedal at the NAMM Show this year, Dunlop is now shipping the MXR M85 Bass Distortion. The pedal was designed with Fuzzrocious Pedals founder Ryan Ratajski and is described as revamp on a “famously nasty sounding distortion circuit” that’s been retooled for the modern player. The M85 has separate Dry and Wet... »

  • Tech 21 Boost Comp Pedal Now Shipping

    Tech 21 Boost Comp Pedal Now Shipping

    After announcing the pedal at this year’s NAMM Show, Tech 21 is now shipping the Boost Comp. The all-analog compressor utilizes FET-based technology, which the company says is inherently warm, while simplifying the controls for easy tweaking. The pedal offers pre and post-effect tone shaping capability with its Presence and Tone controls. Presence adds a... »