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L.R. Baggs Unveils the Align Series

A suite of pedals that covers a vast range of tone-shaping tools for acoustic players.

Nipomo, CA (January 11, 2018) -- Created specifically for acoustic musicians, the Align Series integrates studio processing tools, a high-fidelity preamplifier with foundational tone-shaping EQ, our proprietary acoustic reverb, and the cleanest, all-discrete active DI we have ever engineered. This series delivers a vast range of tone shaping tools that’s uniquely tailored to enrich the sound of your acoustic instruments.

Align Series Acoustic Pedal Suite includes:

  • Session- Acoustic pedal featuring Saturation and Compression EQ for a studio-quality, mixed and mastered sound
  • Equalizer- Acoustic preamplifier with 6-Band EQ, set to the frequencies we found most impactful for live acoustic amplification, and anti-feedback Notch Filter
  • Reverb- Proprietary reverb tailored specifically for acoustic instruments
  • Active DI- All-discrete Active DI with pedalboard-friendly functionality

U.S. street price on the Session, Equalizer, and Reverb: $179. Active DI: $159.

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