The new pedal''s saturation channel is based on the AG 500 bass head.

New York, NY (May 26, 2010) -- Aguilar Amplification introduces the Agro bass overdrive pedal, the newest addition to their family of effects for bassists.

The Agro features a four-knob layout. The Saturation control offers a wide range of distortion while the Contour control allows you to dial in a scooped or a more aggressive, boosted midrange sound. The Presence knob adds the desired amount of 'attack.' The Level knob controls the output level.

The Agro will be available in June 2010.

Specs:
  • Separate saturation and output level controls
  • Contour control: broad spectrum mid scoop centered around 900Hz
  • Presence control: + 6dB/-20dB >4kHz
  • Gig-saver bypass (signal passes even if your battery dies)
  • Power: 9V battery or optional universal power supply
  • Steel construction
  • Street price: $179
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