Amptweaker has released a new version of their TightFuzz pedal with bassist Tim Lefebvre. The Limited Edition Lefebvre TightFuzz is voiced to give his favorite settings when the knobs are all set straight up.
Wampler Pedals has expanded its effects lineup with the Terraform, a modulation stompbox that offers multiple routing options, true stereo, presets, MIDI control, and eleven custom-designed modulation effects.
Xotic has updated part of their pedal lineup with the Bass RC Booster V2. The unit is described as “a super transparent boost pedal designed to add clarity and definition to your bass tone.”
JHS Pedals has revamped one of their preamp pedals with the Colour Box V2. The unit is designed to replicate the “direct-in” sound of recording into a Neve studio console. Building on the original pedal, version two has some upgrades.
Continuing their recent run of insect-themed pedals, Fuzzrocious Pedals has collaborated once again with Electro-Faustus for a pedal called Maggotor. The pedal combines the Fuzzrocious Baby Furnace and the Electro-Faustus Blackfly for a unique unit.
Crazy Tube Circuits has expanded their lineup of pedals with the Cyclone Phaser. The all-analog pedal is voiced after classic phasers with four voicings from the ’70s and ’90s.
Tech 21 is continuing to celebrate its 30th anniversary with the release of the PSA 2.0, which builds upon the original PSA-1 rackmount. Useful for nearly any instrument, the unit has been reimagined into a floor unit.
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.
Fuzzrocious Pedals has introduced a new pedal to their lineup called the Egg Sack. The unit features the boost, drive, and distortion portion of their Playing Mantis that was introduced earlier this year.
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.