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EBS Black Label Pedals - 25% Off!
All EBS Black Label pedals are designed for bass players but, thanks to their high quality signal path and extended low end, guitar players love them too!
The Black Label series includes MetalDrive distortion, MultiDrive overdrive, MultiComp analog compressor, DPhaser phaser effect, OctaBass analog octave divider, BassIQ analog envelope filter, TremoLo, DynaVerb stereo digital reverb and UniChorus chorus, flange and pitch modulation pedal.
Offer ends 31st July 2014.
By Victoria Brown
Posted on 3 Apr 2014 17:15 to category : Instruments News
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