EBS Billy Sheehan Signature Drive

January 17, 2013
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imgThe Winter NAMM Show in Anaheim, Jan 24-27 is the scene for the release of the new extraordinary EBS Billy Sheehan Signature Drive pedal, developed by EBS in close co-operation with legendary bassist Billy Sheehan.

The new pedal is based on the concept of mixing together a clean signal with a distorted to be able to preserve low frequencies and find balance between distortion and definition.
 
The option to activate a built-in compressor make possible to keep the note differentiation clearly audible even at heavily distorted sounds.
 
On top of that this pedal offers unlimited pre-post mix tone shaping, through the unique features of a clean loop and a drive loop. So, the user can insert any other effect they wish within each loop to ’pimp’ the effect into your own signature effect! Example: add a graphic EQ to the drive, to change the character of the distortion.Or add your favourit compressor to the Clean Loop instead of using the built-in offered in the pedal.
 
On the new extended sized stomp box from EBS, there are controls for Drive (gain for the overdrive engine), Tone (sets the frequency scoop for the drive), Level (sets level for drive channel post DriveLoop and pre final compressor) and Clean (sets level for the clean channel, post Clean Loop and pre final compressor).
 
The pedal offers three different compression modes: High, Mid and Off. The level of compression on the Mid setting can be determined by the user through an internal trim pot.
 
It is due to start shipping out simultaneously with the NAMM Show, and begin to hit stores worldwide in February.
 
Here's what Billy Sheehan says about it: 
“This pedal is a distillate of several important principles in the signal chain for bass. Compression, distortion, tone-shaping and blending all together.”
 
OFFICIAL RELEASE EVENT WITH BILLY SHEEHAN TAKE PLACE AT THE EBS BOOTH, HALL B, #5391 ON FRIDAY, JAN 25 @ 4PM. 
 
Specifications and further details will be online shortly after NAMM.
 
More information at www.bass.se

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