Darkglass Electronics may be known for their distortion circuits, but their first design was a clean preamp. Now they’ve brought the pedal back to life with the Harmonic Booster 2.0.
EBS has reinvented two of their effects pedals in their “Blue Label” series. The OctaBass Blue Label octave pedal and BassIQ Blue Label replace their classic stompboxes.
Electro-Harmonix has rolled out another reissue of a classic version of the Big Muff circuit. The 1973 V2 Ram’s Head Big Muff Pi is described as a faithful re-creation of the original pedal.
Source Audio has continued its rollout of new products with the Collider Delay and Reverb. The unit brings together the most popular delay and reverb engines from their Ventris and Nemesis pedals into one box.
Deep Space Devices has expanded its line of effects with a new pedal called the Radio Bright, which brings together a ring modulator and delay into one unit.
Electro-Harmonix has unveiled the Nano Operation Overlord, a distortion/overdrive in a compact chassis. The stompbox is versatile in application thanks to a three-position switch that sets the input level to make it compatible with bass, guitar, and more.
Xotic Effects has unveiled a new line of volume pedals with two options. The XVP-250K comes in gold metallic and has a 250K pot for passive instruments while the XVP-25K comes in Hammertone red and has a 25K pot for active instruments.
Red Witch Pedals has unveiled the Synthotron II, a pedal featuring dual analog synth oscillators. Each of the oscillators has independent level, decay, and octave switching.
Boss has expanded its line of digital delays with two new units: the DD-3T and DD-8. Each of the pedals replaces the company’s previous units by adding new features to their palette.
MXR has added to their Custom Shop fuzz lineup with the Brown Acid Fuzz, a pedal that “delivers psychedelic silicon saturation to guitar and bass players who like it low, slow, and heavy.”