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T-Rex Effects to Debut Sweeper 2 Bass Chorus at 2013 NAMM Show

T-Rex Effects to Debut Sweeper 2 Bass Chorus at 2013 NAMM Show

T-Rex Effects has updated their Sweeper 2 bass chorus pedal with easier-to-read graphics and a new algorithm that the company says gives a warmer and more vintage sounding effect no matter what depth or rate the pedal is set at. The Sweeper 2 is designed to be intuitive with Depth, Volume, and Rate controls. Though it can be used in...

EC Custom Shop Introduces Super Switcher

EC Custom Shop Introduces Super Switcher

EC Custom Shop has unveiled the Super Switcher, a programmable switching system for bass and guitar setups. The system features eight effect loops, seven presets with three banks, and five amp control relay functions for controlling amp channels, effects, tap tempo and more. Users can create presets to activate certain pedals or change amp channels. The Super Switcher also has...

Darkglass Electronics Unveils Vintage Microtubes Pedal

Darkglass Electronics Unveils Vintage Microtubes Pedal

Darkglass Electronics has unveiled the Vintage Microtubes, a unique overdrive pedal aimed at creating classic rock and roll bass tones from the ’70s through the ’90s. “What we did for this one was to study the greatest and most legendary bass tones and all the components involved in creating them; amplifier brands, recording techniques, etcetera,” said Darkglass founder Douglas Castro....

Suhr Announces New Buffer Pedal

Suhr Announces New Buffer Pedal

Suhr has introduced the Buffer pedal, a transparent signal buffer/line driver. The company explains that tone loss happens from signal degradation, which often is caused by long cable runs or using multiple instrument cables like on a pedal board. The Buffer uses unity buffering to reverse these effects. Suhr’s Buffer features a compact, aluminum enclosure that houses low noise op-amps...

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Loud Button Electronics Introduces Morphine Dream Distortion/Analog Phaser Pedal

Loud Button Electronics Introduces Morphine Dream Distortion/Analog Phaser Pedal

The Morphine Dream, a new pedal from Loud Button Electronics is based on the classic Roland AP-7 that the company calls a “dreamy, eight-stage phaser with fuzzy vintage distortion up-front.” The pedal has four footswitches to control Effect/Normal, Fuzz/Clean, Shallow/Deep, and Slow/Fast as well as four rotary knobs to control Fuzz Level, Tone, Resonance, and Slow Rate. The Morphine Dream...

Amptweaker Announces Bass TightFuzz Pedal

Amptweaker Announces Bass TightFuzz Pedal

Due to bassist interest during Summer NAMM, Amptweaker is now offering a bass version of their new TightFuzz pedal. The Bass TightFuzz is tweaked for bass players with extended lower range of the Tight and Tone controls and an added Dry Low knob that blends dry low end into the signal. As with most of the company’s pedals, the pedal’s...

Electro-Harmonix Announces Deluxe Bass Big Muff Pi

Electro-Harmonix Announces Deluxe Bass Big Muff Pi

Electro-Harmonix has unveiled their latest bass specific pedal with the Deluxe Bass Big Muff Pi. Building on its predecessor, the Deluxe has the same Volume, Tone, and Sustain controls, but adds a -10dB input pad, a Blend knob and a noise gate. Another new feature is a foot-switchable crossover section that’s split into two parts: a low pass filter on...

N-Audio Introduces Isolated Splitter / DI Box

N-Audio Introduces Isolated Splitter / DI Box

Bulgarian boutique pedal company N-Audio has introduced the Isolated Guitar Splitter / DI Box. The unit – which accepts guitar, bass, and line level signals – combines a splitter y-box with dual isolated outputs and a DI box for recording. The company explains that the heart of the pedal is in its transformer. “Unlike typical transformer isolated guitar splitter this...

Pigtronix Infinity Looper Pedal Now Shipping

Pigtronix Infinity Looper Pedal Now Shipping

Pigtronix’s first foray into the looping world has happened with the release of the Infinity Looper pedal. The Infinity allows for record, playback, dub, undo and redo functions on two stereo loop pairs that can be configured in several ways. Among the pedals innovations is the SYNC MULTI mode, which allows for the length of Loop 2 to be anywhere...

Dwarfcraft Introduces The PitchGrinder

Dwarfcraft Introduces The PitchGrinder

Dwarfcraft has unveiled the PitchGrinder, a new sequenced pitch shifter that will interest fans of exotic effects. The PitchGrinder, which is their first digital pedal, “smashes” your signal down to 8 bits before shifting it anywhere from an octave down to two octaves up. The onboard sequencer has 8 steps with corresponding knobs to control the amount of pitch shifting...