EWS Introduces the Tri-Logic Bass Preamp III and Bass Mid Control 2

The new BMC2 introduces a new gain boost function that provides +10db of gain at the input stage.

Van Nuys, CA (April 14, 2015) -- EWS Effects announces the newly updated EWS Tri-Logic Bass Pre-Amp III. This third generation of our award winning Tri-Logic Bass Preamp retains the same neutral characteristics of the former versions, minimizing the coloring of tone, but added are several new features including gain or clean boost modes, frequency adjustments for Treble and Bass, and powering options of 9VDC or 18VDC. An internal dipswitch has been added to provide normal or “Padded” operating mode. Padded mode reduces distortion from high output pickups.

Features:

  • 9VDC or 18VDC Operating Power Options
  • Hi-Gain and Normal (Clean Boost) Modes
  • Volume, Gain, Bass, Mid, Treble and Frequency Controls
  • Bass frequency toggle adjustments 40Hz or 80Hz
  • Treble frequency toggle adjustments 4HKz or 8HKz
  • Frequency adjustment 250Hz to 3KHz with +-10db Mid Boost adjustment
  • Normal or Padded operating mode
  • True Bypass
  • External Power Source: 9VDC negative-tip

$168 street

EWS Effects announces the newly updated EWS Bass Mid Control 2. The new BMC2 introduces a new gain boost function that provides +10db of gain at the input stage. Working in tandem, the Frequency adjustment gives the player control of the frequency range between160Hz to 2.5KHZ. While the Middle control allows the user to boost or cut those frequencies by +-12db. The new BMC2 can also operate at 9VDC or 18VDC by simple adjusting an internal dipswitch.

Features:

  • 9VDC or 18VDC Operating Power Options
  • Gain Boost Mode
  • Volume, Mid and Frequency Controls
  • Frequency adjustments 160HKz to 2.5KHz
  • Frequency adjustment 250Hz to 3KHz with +-10db Mid Boost adjustment
  • True Bypass
  • External Power Source: 9VDC negative-tip

$144 street

For more information:
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