The SansAmp Bass Driver DI, first introduced in 1994, gets an update to accommodate 5- and 6-string bass guitars. Version 2 retains all the analog power and tonality choices that made the original Bass Driver pedal so useful and popular. With the SansAmp Bass Driver DI Version 2, Tech 21 has incorporated the ability to shift and adjust the Bass EQ at either 40 or 80Hz points. Now the subsonic sound of the open B or E strings is well handled.
In addition, for achieving just the right amount of “cut” for better articulation and clarity of those subterranean bass notes, a sweepable mid-range control with either 500Hz or 1kHz frequency choices was also added.
The Tech 21 SansAmp Bass Driver DI Version 2 sells for $275 MSRP.
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