Daredevil Pedals Introduces the Almighty Bass

A bass driver that can cover a wide variety of sounds.

Chicago, IL (October 6, 2015) -- Chicago-based boutique builder Daredevil Pedals has introduced the new Almighty Bass pedal. It’s not a muff, it’s not a rat.. This is an original design bass driver that covers a wide scope of sounds. With an aggressive feel to it, this pedal sounds open and raw like natural amp distortion. Warm and deep, bright and fuzzed out, or any flavor in between… The Almighty Bass gets LOUD if you need that extra push. An SVT on 10, vintage B-15 combo, Lemmy, Cliff…. it’s all in there. Get one and make the sound guy mic your rig...


  • True bypass, hand wired, built in Chicago.
  • No buffers, it plays nice with other pedals on your board.
  • Sounds great with guitar too!
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Runs on 9V DC jack or Battery

$150 street

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