Mastro Valvola has unveiled a new pedal called the OFF1. The unit combines octave, fuzz, and filter circuits into a stompbox made for “guitar, bass, synth, and any other stuff,” the company states.
Zoom’s B6 multi-effects processor for bass is now shipping. The latest addition to their floor units offers 11 bass amp and four DI models based on classic designs in addition to 10 preamps and effects models and a looper.
TC Electronic has introduced a new pedal to their lineup called the Infinite Sample Sustainer. As the name implies, the new circuit captures a sample of your sound and sustains it.
MXR has unveiled the Poly Blue Octave, a pedal that offers four separate octave divisions and a “thick, unruly” fuzz. The octaves include one down, two down, one up, and two up.
Mojo Hand FX has expanded its line of pedals with the Clarity Compressor, an original circuit design focused on simplicity and sonic versatility.
Behringer has been making waves over the last few years by reissuing vintage synths and drum machines. Now, they’ve brought back a classic octave pedal with the Octave Divider.
2021 marks the 40th anniversary of Rush’s “Moving Pictures”, and Tech 21 is helping to celebrate the milestone with a limited edition Geddy Lee signature preamp.
Electro-Harmonix has introduced the Nano Q-Tron, which puts their funky envelope filter into a smaller housing. Made for use with everything from guitar to bass to keys and beyond, the pedal responds to your playing dynamics.
Darkglass Electronics has added a new pedal to their lineup with the Alpha·Omega Photon. The new offering takes their Alpha Omega distortion circuit and puts it into a more flexible format.
Vs Audio Effects has introduced a new pedal called the PAND?RA Fuzz that they say offers a huge variety of sounds for both bass and guitar. The unit is based on the Arbiter Fuzz Face circuit and features a hand-selected germanium transistor plus and an independent transparent boost.
Ashdown has expanded their pedal lineup as well as their range of artist products with two new effects units: the John Myung Double Drive Pedal and the Geezer Butler Pedal of Doom.
Sunnaudio has expanded its pedal lineup with the Stage DI-2 Prestine preamp. The all-analog device is described as “a console-quality preamp with full functionality, effortless dynamic range, and clarity.”