The MultiComp, OctaBass & BassIQ ‘Blue Label’ pedals make their first NAMM appearance

EBS recently introduced new ‘Blue Label’ versions of three legendary pedals; the MultiComp, OctaBass, and the BassIQ. That makes 2020 their first appearance at the NAMM Show. Visit #5645 to check them out!

Every new feature on these pedals improves the control, enhances the sound palette, or makes the overall performance better.

EBS MultiComp Blue Label

The MultiComp is the best selling EBS pedal ever. It is famous for its super intuitive interface and smooth compression that allows for dynamic playing even when the compressor is engaged.
With the new version, a Sensitivity control has been added to adjust the sensitivity of the effect to comply with the output level of your instrument and playing style. If used to a previous version of the pedal, a center click indicates the factory setting of earlier editions.

Read more about the new MultiComp.

EBS OctaBass Blue Label

The original OctaBass won recognition for its great tracking performance and fat, natural tone. The new ‘Blue Label’ version improves both the tone versatility and the tracking performance of the effect while keeping it 100% analog. The revolutionary new feature is the Range switch (not to confuse with the functionality on previous OctaBass’s). It allows for the tracking performance to be optimized for playing either higher up or further down the fretboard.
The new Tone control adjusts the character of the octave sound with improved accuracy and more versatility than before.

Read more about the new OctaBass

EBS BassIQ Blue Label

“It’s the pedals touch sensitivity that provides full-filter fun factor”, Bass Player magazine summarized their review of the original BassIQ. That statement captures the essence of the BassIQ – both then and now. The difference is that the new BassIQ is charged with more possibilities to create an amazing range of envelope effects.
With a new control for the Q value, you will quickly and easily set the sharpness of the effect. With the new filter switch, you can run every setting in Full Range, or with a Band Pass, or Low Pass filter engaged to expand the palette of sounds.

Read more about the new BassIQ.

All three models are available since before Christmas 2019, with the NAMM Show 2020 being the ‘unofficial’ US launch.

Come by at the EBS booth #5645 to try them out!

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