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New Old Blood Noise Endeavors Pedals In Stock at Gear4music
Three Old Blood Noise Endeavors guitar pedals have just landed at Gear4music. Included in this exciting assortment of recently arrived goodies are the Endeavors EQ and Buffer, Headphone Amp and AB/Y Switcher pedals. Each of these pedals has been specifically designed to help refine your guitar's tone or provide you with a practical solution for use within a live or rehearsal based environment.
First up is the Old Blood Noise Endeavors EQ and Buffer Pedal. This pedal features a switchable three-band EQ which is ideally suited to long cable setups and those overpopulated pedal boards that diminish overall signal strength. Able to completely eliminate this loss of power , the Old Blood Noise Endeavors EQ and Buffer pedal enables the player to precisely manipulate a specific part of their sound and adjust the parameters accordingly.
Need to rehearse but are reluctant to crank the volume in fear of upsetting your neighbours? Once again Old Blood Noise come galloping valiantly to the rescue with the Endeavors Headphone Amp. Fitted with two mono outputs, two users can listen to high quality audio simultaneously without a hitch. With its simple layout and design, the pedal is ideal for minimalistic set ups that require minimal fuss and interaction. A single volume knob provides the user with a simple yet effective method of control that doesn't detract from the overall purpose of the pedal.
For those performances in which you need a practical and easy method of switching between two guitar tones, Old Blood Noise Endeavors' AB/Y Switcher is the perfect solution. A compact and convenient unit that allows the player to operate two amplifiers at the same time, you can blend your favourite tones to achieve an impressive collage of sound. Again, simplicity is an crucial component to the pedals operation. At the touch of a button you can either switch between your channels or opt to use them at the same time.
With the pedal's discrete sizes, you can expect to utilize even the smallest of spaces available on your pedal board. All built to endure the rigors and demands of the road, they find themselves perfectly at home amidst the gigging musician's live set up or within the confines of a rehearsal space.
By Josh Hummerston
Posted on 23 Feb 2017 12:46 to category : Instruments News
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