dB Instrument Amp Unveils 4E Expression Pedal

Two separate effects can be controlled simultaneously with up/down and left/right motion.

Norris, TN (September 9, 2014) -- db Instrument Amp releases the 4E Dual Axis Expression Pedal. The 4E has a total of four expression control mega-potentiometers with two assigned to each axis of motion. Up to four individual expression enabled effects can be controlled from a single pedal. Two separate effects can be controlled simultaneously with up/down and left/right motion. The ergonomic axis locations of the 4E also makes for easy control at both standing and seated positions.

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