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Bastl Instruments are happy to announce 4 new modules and 2 expanders

 

The biggest highlight is the POPCORN non-linear CV/GATE Sequencer which performs original sequencing in tonal landscape. There is an entire universe of very musical ways how you can browse thru the 8 steps. This is all determined by a combination of triggers and CV signals you feed into the sequencer. 2 trigger inputs A and B advance the sequencer by the number of steps that you set with the knob (-4,-3,-2,-1,+1,+2,+3,+4). Reset sets the sequencer to step 1, OR, you can use the assignable CV Input to make it go to the step determined by CV. The CV input can also select the step directly or transpose the signal or do many other things! There is also a built in quantizer, selectable output range, gate and slide active per step with adjustable gate and slide times.

POPCORN has two EXPANDERS: one with jump button and individual GATE outputs for each step and another one that adds 5 more CV INPUTs to control the sequencer.

Foot control is a great way to enhance how modular synthesizer can be played as an instruments and this is exactly what modules CLUTCH and DUPDUP are for! CLUTCH can be used as a simple quad passive attenuator in modular setup but when you connect a stereo cable to the input and connect an expression or a volume pedal into it, it turns into continuous voltage source for your feet! And you can connect 4 pedals! DUPDUP on the other side implements 2 foot switches that can re-route your modular, bypass a signal processors, select between trigger sequences, mute signals or just send gates.

The last but not least is CIAO ! 4 line outputs and headphone amp in just 5 HP is ideal for recording or live performance. Switches on the module enable you to make a patch just for your headphones and then mix it into the main output!

 

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Red Witch Analog Pedals announces a Professional Development Program for retail sales staff, providing them with all the knowledge they need the become the “most well resourced pedal gurus on the planet.” Official info below:red-witch-new-pedal-white-1-copy.jpg?resize=500%2C500

 

Breaking the trend of the usual NAMM announcements of new pedals, new technology, or new equipment, the latest creation from the company who created the world’s first mini-pedal range with the Seven Sisters, Red Witch has designed a cutting edge pedal training program for retail sales staff.

The 10-week online course was designed by Red Witch founder Ben Fulton, and is the first course of its kind in the music world. Ben says the course hopes to engage and educate front line sales staff on all things guitar effect oriented.

 

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YEAH ! the return of the VB-2

I could say it in a robot voice

 

 

I must say it sounds a bit more stable and less warbly then the old one, and the filter witch is a nice addition

this will be my next pedal



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    Phil O'Keefe commented
    01-20-2016, 08:48 PM


    It's bound to be a big hit… or at the very least, a lot of people are going to be interested in checking it out.



 

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oh man Waza Vraft VB2

so much want

 

 

With the Waza Craft VB-2W, BOSS has recreated the original pedal while adding more range and control. In Standard mode, the VB-2W faithfully reproduces the warm, BBD-driven analog tone of the VB-2. Like the original, the user can adjust the vibrato rate and depth, and also control the time it takes for the effect to reach full intensity (called the “rise time”). A Latch setting provides normal stompbox on/off control, while Unlatch engages the effect only when the pedal switch is held, perfect for naturally applying vibrato effects as needed while playing.

 

Flipping the VB-2W’s mode switch to Custom produces a newly developed vibrato tone that offers more depth than the original effect. In addition, a low-pass filter moves along with the pitch for bold low-range tones. The VB-2W also features a jack for controlling the effect depth with an optional expression pedal, or via the powerful external control capabilities of the Boss ES-8 Effects Switching System.

 

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Boss Unveils Waza Amp Head and Cabinet

 

The 150-watt Waza Amp Head comes standard with the ultimate high-gain tone that’s been sought after by rock guitarists for decades. Driven by Tube Logic, the amp provides four independent channels, custom voicing options via two Tone Capsules, and many other advanced features.

 

One Tone Capsule is built into the Waza Amp Head that features the legendary brown sound, and there’s a user port for adding an optional second Tone Capsule for future expansion.

 

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Tone Capsules ?

 

BOSS_Steve_Vai_ToneCapsule.jpg Boss is excited to announce the Steve Vai Legacy Tone Capsule, a user-installable voicing circuit for the WAaza Craft amp

Developed by Boss engineers in partnership with guitar legend Steve Vai, the Tone Capsule changes the sound and response characteristics of the original Waza amp to provide custom voicings approved by the artist himself.

 

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the Blues Cube Ultimate Blues Tone Capsule, a user-installable voicing circuit for the innovative Blues Cube guitar amplifier series. Developed by Roland engineers under the supervision of blues guitarist Kirk Fletcher, the Ultimate Blues Tone Capsule changes the sound and response characteristics of the original Blues Cube amps to provide custom voicings approved by the artist himself.

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