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EWS BMC mid control utility EQ boost pedal
£65
London

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Lovely little high quality utility pedal.

Mini Parametric Mid control to boost or cut a specific mid frequency.

Also has an volume knob so can be used as a clean boost.

Active passive input switch as well.

Great for getting a mid cut slap tone or mid boosted lead tone at the stomp of a button.

Small touch if velcro on the bottom. Not very sticky so v easy to remove.

Price includes UK postage.

 

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