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Free the Tone Black Vehicle Bass Overdrive

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Create a wide array of tube amp-inspired bass tones!

Free the Tone’s Black Vehicle serves up a wide range of amp-like overdriven bass tones.

It can go from purring driven tones to nasty levels of distortion!

The pedal presents a wide range of controls that makes it a formidable addition to any bassist’s arsenal.

The two main tweakable circuits on the Black Vehicle are its EQ and Mix controls.

Individual Bass and Treble knobs manage the overdriven signal’s Low and High end.

The Mix circuit allows you to control the amount of effect in the signal.

All these controls work together to ensure you’re never buried in the mix!

The Black Vehicle also packs a boost with pre- and post-boost options.

This allow you to route the boost into the overdrive section, or to the output signal.

Plug into the Black Vehicle and experience the long sustain and sparkling overtones you'd normally only find in a well-driven tube amp!


Free the Tone Black Vehicle Bass Overdrive features:

• Create a wide palette of amp-like overdriven tones.

• Go from a naturally overdriven tones to an all-out distorted sound!

• Controls: Level, Mix, Bass, Treble, Gain, Post Boost, Pre Boost.

• Super low noise.

• Power: 9V DC.

• Current Draw: 200mA.

• Dimensions: 95 x 124 x 51mm.



Type Overdrive, Bass Effect
Condition New
Power 9V DC
Current Draw 200mA
Power supply included No
Manufacturer Warranty 2 years
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    A : We’re in Quebec, Canada.

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    A : Yes. Canadian residents are asked to pay sales taxes:

    Alberta: 5%.

    British Columbia: 5%.

    Manitoba: 5%.

    New Brunswick: 15%.

    Newfoundland and Labrador: 15%.

    Northwest Territories: 5%.

    Nova Scotia: 15%.

    Nunavut: 5%.

    Ontario: 13%.

    Prince Edward Island: 15%.

    Quebec: 14.975%.

    Saskatchewan: 5%.

    Yukon: 5%.

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