SOLD Source Audio Soundblox 2 Multiwave Bass Distortion - Minty Fresh!

Discussion in 'For Sale: Effects and Pedals' started by justbark, May 24, 2017.

  1. justbark

    justbark Give me all the bacon and eggs you have.

    Aug 20, 2006
    Raleigh, NC
    North Carolina
    I am selling all my bass gear and my distortion pedal is next on the list to be sold. This is a mint condition Source Audio Soundblox 2 Multiwave Bass Dostortion pedal. This does everything from overdrive, to fuzz, to crazy heavy distortion. After that you've got tons of extra effect options to add on top of the distortion including phaser and octaver effects so you can get some pretty weird wobble, synth, and dubstep sounds. The video demo I linked below will give you a good idea of what this little pedal can do.

    Sells new for 140, I'm asking $88 because I wanted to beat the lowest price I saw and also put in a subtle reference to Back to the Future.





    Product demo on YouTube:

    Details: Soundblox® 2 Multiwave Bass Distortion

    The Soundblox 2 Multiwave Bass Distortion includes all the low-end retaining distortion and fuzz tones of the original Soundblox Multiwave Bass Distortion, repackaged in a compact, cast-aluminum housing. The pedal features 23 traditional and non-traditional synth-like effects plus a Clean Boost mode, two user presets, three-band tone control, separate Clean and Distortion Mix knobs, Universal Bypass™ (selectable buffered or true bypass), a three-level noise gate, and a Multi-function input compatible with Hot Hand®, the Source Audio Dual Expression Pedal, or MIDI*. Use the Hot Hand Motion Sensor Ring or the Source Audio Dual Expression Pedal for on-the-fly control over any of the six adjustable parameters or to seamlessly morph from one user preset to the other. Plug in a MIDI controller for external access to presets and parameters.

    The Soundblox 2 Multiwave Bass Distortion features both multi band and single band processing. Multi band processing splits the input signal into ten distinct frequencies bands, distorts each one separately then recombines them for the final output signal. The effect is a crisp distortion with superior low-end preservation and note articulation. Single band processing employs a more conventional approach, applying a single distortion element to the entire signal. The processing categories are further broken down into three subcategories: "Normal", for a more traditional distortion curve, "Foldback", for an aggressive, synth-like fuzz and "Octave", for unique octave-up distortion effects.

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