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Ananashead Announces the Blend Bass Drive

The pedal is based on the DOD250, but modified for bass and allowing more low frequencies with a clean JFET blend circuit.

Barcelona, Spain (October 15, 2018) -- Adding to the line of bass stompboxes, Ananashead has announced the Blend Bass Drive, a late 70s classic overdrive featuring clean signal blend.

The Blend Bass Drive is based on the DOD250, modified for bass and allowing more low frequencies with a clean JFET blend circuit in front. The Volume and Gain pots control the dirty side and the Blend let you mix distorted and dry signal without losing any low end.

Features:

  • Three knobs to control Level, Gain and Blend
  • Shielded inputs/outputs to avoid RF
  • Filtered and protected 9VDC input
  • Daisy-chain friendly
  • Popless True Bypass switching
  • Low current draw, 3.5mA

The Blend Bass Drive pedal is hand-made in Barcelona with carefully selected components and have a price of 100.00€. The pedals are available and can be purchased directly from the Ananashead online store.

Watch the company's video demo:

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