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Lounsberry Pedals Announces the Mo Bass Pedal

Lounsberry Pedals Announces the Mo Bass Pedal

Designed for bassists, this gain staged preamp/overdrive features Lounsberry’s eye-grabbing graphic appeal and pro-quality construction.


Lounsberry Pedals has launched the new Mo Bass pedal. Designed for bassists, it’s a gain staged preamp/overdrive featuring Lounsberry’s eye-grabbing graphic appeal and pro-quality construction.A bass guitar pedal for the working man, the Mo Bass delivers both overdrive and clean big bottom tones with mild natural compression and even-order harmonics, and can do both at the same time.

Features

  • Simplified, two-knob operation, The knob labeled "Mo" is the drive control, and theknob labeled "Less" is the level control.
  • The Mo Bass pedal is capable of all the grind, bottom end, and transparent overdrive ofthe one could ask for, layered with the clean sound of a tube preamp.
  • Allows for the growly top end favored by rock and prog rock players, while still delivering the round, fat bottom bassists are looking for.
  • The clean, fat sound is always present, but as the drive control (Labeled "Mo") is advanced, the balance is tipped more towards overdrive.
  • The Mo Bass provides an excellent pre-driver to help any bass cut through a dense mix, and enhance the sound of any bass amp.

Lounsberry Mo Bass Pedal

Designed for bassists, this gain staged preamp/overdrive features Lounsberry’s eye-grabbing graphic appeal and pro-quality construction.

$199.00

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