MBS Effects Announces the Parallel Universe

A parallel mixer that allows you to mix your dry instrument signal with the pedals placed in its effects loop.

Buenos Aires, Argentina (August 12, 2015) -- The Parallel Universe is a parallel mixer that allows you to mix your dry instrument signal with the pedals placed in its effects loop. Doing this allows you to retain the body and attack of a bass when distorted, smoothly blend modulations, and even play with the phase cancelations produced with different pedals. Its invisible buffers ensures total tonal transparency. The Blend knob let you dial the dry-wet signal ratio, the Level knob adjusts the overall output, the Phase button sets the dry-wet phase relation to ensure a correct blending between the signals, and the internal controls Send Level and Return Level adjusts the perfect level to and from your pedals. But the Parallel Universe isn't just to blend effects, you can also use it as an active splitter, an active mixer, True bypass loop to prevent tone sucking from your old pedals, signal muter with buffered tuner output, Line Driver and many more. As all our pedals, it's built with top quality components, True Bypass switching system, stage-ready LED and 2 year limited warranty.

Features:

  • Invisible Buffering.
  • True Bypass switching.
  • Blend, Level, Phase, Send Level and Return Level controls.
  • Suitable for Bass and Guitar.
  • 2 year warranty.

$90 street

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