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The Black Haze is an overdrive pedal in the new 'blue label' pedals series, developed for guitar and suitable for bass.
The Black Haze is developed by EBS with input from several Swedish top session guitarists. It is a beautiful drive with some darkness to it to make it interesting and irresistible. The Black Haze features dual drive engines and low-range compensation.
Full control. The pedal feature controls for Drive, Tone and Volume and a switch for Thin, Normal or Deep character.
Brand new design. A new compact housing design include recessed jacks to reduce space between pedals on a pedal board and a comfortable angle that makes switching smoother.
Can I use it with bass? The Black Haze offers a rich and creamy drive sound for your bass with solid bottom-end. Use the Drive, Tone and Volume controls to tweak your sound, and pick your favourite character between Thin, Normal and Deep, where Deep makes it interesting and dark while Thin and Normal makes it stand out more. It adds a new flavour of distortion to EBS existing product portfolio of bass effects.
|Controls||Foot Switch, Rotary Knobs|
|Power Supply||Mains Adapter|
|Dimensions (mm)||61 x 110 x 45|
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