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WATCH - Musikmesse 2015: EBS Black Label Bass Pedals
Since launching their first bass pedal in 1992, EBS have deleloped the Black Label line of analog and digital effects and are now recognised as one of the leaders in bass effects.
Six updated additions are welcomed into the fold, launched at Musikmesse 2015. The new generations remain faithful to their origins and strike the balance between professional and user-friendly.
Each of the following models has been improved to feature new low noise switching using signal relays, jumbo-sized LEDs, a new design handling 9 to 12V DC power and optimised signals for the studio environment. The Studio Edition models are:
By Alice Thomson
Posted on 17 Apr 2015 12:12 to category : Instruments News
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