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  • MXR Introduces Deluxe Version of Carbon Copy Analog Delay Pedal

    MXR Introduces Deluxe Version of Carbon Copy Analog Delay Pedal

    MXR has released a deluxe version of their Carbon Copy analog delay with a load of new features. The pedal now has an extended delay time of up to 1.2 seconds as well as tap tempo functionality. A Tap Division feature allows for four subdivisions: dotted 8ths, 8ths, triplets, and 16ths. It also has more... »

  • Dunlop Announces MXR Iso-Brick Pedal Board Power Supply

    Dunlop Announces MXR Iso-Brick Pedal Board Power Supply

    Dunlop has introduced the MXR Iso-Brick Power Supply, featuring 10 fully isolated outputs. The compact, lightweight device can power a multitude of pedal types including digital and analog or positive and negative ground styles. The outputs are split into five sets: two 9V outputs at 100mA, two 9V outputs at 300mA, two 9V outputs at... »

  • 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... »

  • Dunlop Announces the MXR M81 Bass Preamp Pedal

    Dunlop Announces the MXR M81 Bass Preamp Pedal

    Dunlop has expanded the MXR Bass Innovations series with the M81 Bass Preamp, a pedal that packs a preamp into a stompbox the size of the company’s Phase 90. Similar to a studio preamp, the Bass Preamp has level controls for its input and output. The EQ section has bass, mid, and treble controls with... »

  • Dunlop Announces MXR M87 Bass Compressor Pedal

    Dunlop Announces MXR M87 Bass Compressor Pedal

    NAMM 2011 saw the release of the newest addition to MXR’s Bass Innovations pedal line, the M87 Bass Compressor. Featuring a an 10-LED meter to indicate Gain Reduction, the stompbox has all the standard compressor controls, including Attack, Release, Ratio, Input, and Output. The new pedal also utilizes the company’s Constant Headroom Technology, which is... »