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Claim a free EBS Octabass Studio Edition pedal with every EBS Reidmar & Classic Line 112 bundle until 30 September 2015

Published 6 years ago on July 7, 2015

By Jonathan Graham

(PRESS RELEASE): As of the 1st July - 30th September 2015, EBS UK/ROI distributor Sound Technology Ltd is offering a free EBS Octabass Studio Edition pedal with every purchase of an EBS Reidmar with Classic Line 1x12 cabinet.

About EBS Reidmar

The EBS Reidmar is the first light-weight bass head from EBS Professional Bass Equipment.  The Reidmar takes full advantage of EBS's famed analogue preamp techniques combined with a Class-D power amp.  Unlike many of its competitors, when pushed to the limit, the Reidmar provides a natural and musical amp distortion, much like the Drive on a solid state amp.

About EBS Classic Line cabinets

The EBS Classic Line cabinets were developed for musicians with a love of a classic sound and look.  The EBS Classic Line gear is 25 years of bass equipment building experience, packaged in a vintage outfit. This versatile retro-styled gear comes with unrivalled tonal clarity and power.

About EBS OctaBass Studio Edition

The EBS OctaBass Studio Edition is an analogue octave divider which creates a single note, one octave below the pitch of the played note, adding a new dimension to your sound.  This classic effect was introduced in 1992, and has become a 'classic' after being a trusted companion to legendary bassists like Tony Levin, Roger Glover, Marcus Miller, Tal Wilkenfeld & many many more.  The 2015 Studio Edition comes with optimised signal path, new design, new signal relay switching technique, protection against over voltage use up to 18V and the possibility to power the pedal with anything from 9-12V DC.

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