A sensible upgrade of an iconic compressor
The EBS MultiComp is the most popular EBS effects unit ever. Thousands of bass players, guitarists, and other musicians all over the world use it on their pedalboards.
The success may be because the compressor hits a nice sweet spot between allowing dynamic playing while creating consistency across the fretboard. As well as being super easy to dial in. No matter what, a new version is now available, the EBS MultiComp ‘Blue Label’.
A sensible upgrade
The major feature added to the new EBS MultiComp Blue Label is a control on the front panel to adjust the threshold level, or Sensitivity. The more you turn up the control, the higher the sensitivity. The benefit of the Sensitivity-control is that you can adjust it to match the output level of your instrument. A center click indicates the factory setting value on former editions to offer a reference point to your old MultiComp.
More headroom to handle the extremes
To handle high-end basses equipped with 18V preamps with very hot output, the new MultiComp Blue Label can operate continuously on up to 18V DC power. This gives the pedal enough headroom to handle even these extreme instruments. The new version has a reduced footprint by 12% and is lighter to save space and overall weight on your pedalboard. The recessed jacks keep the space needed between pedals to a minimum.
The EBS MultiComp Blue Label is available now.
About EBS Professional Bass Equipment
EBS Professional Bass Equipment offer a wide range of amplifiers, cabinets, effects and accessories for bass players and beyond. Since the start in 1988, the focus has been on providing professional tools for the working musician. EBS headquarters is located in Stockholm, Sweden. The EBS Products are available in around 50 countries around the World through a network of distributors.
Learn more about EBS at www.ebssweden.com
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