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TRI-LOGIC bass pre-amp 2 £159 £99 free UK mainland shipping

TRI-LOGIC bass pre-amp 3 OUT OF STOCK

BMC (Bass/Mid Control) £149 £99 free UK mainland shipping

BMC (Bass/Mid Control) 2 £135 £125 free UK mainland shipping

+ £10 EU shipping, Ireland, mainland Europe outside UK



Tri-logic Bass Preamp 3 - (see review below) (list £160)

Third generation Tri-Logic3 keeps the same neutral characteristic as the Tri-Logic1 and 2, minimising the colouring of tone, but also has an abundant of added features and flexibility to correspond with any bass guitar. Gain control has an option between clean boost mode (Normal), with a maximum of +18db, or high gain mode (Hi Gain) with compression at +26db. The Treble control provides ±15db and can be switched between 4KHz (low) or 8KHz (high) with toggle switch. The Mid control knob provides ±10db and allows for sweeping between 250Hz to 3KHz. The Bass control provides ±15db, switchable between 40Hz (low) and 80Hz (high), and allows you to obtain accurate and flexible sound in any playing environment.

MSRP: £185

  1. Operating voltage option is 9VDC or 18VDC. Compared to 9VDC, 18VDC has less distortion with wider range of tone, but please be aware at 18VDC battery will drain faster.
    Factory Setting is 18VDC.

  2. Either 9VDC battery or 9VDC power adapter can be used.*Please only use the regulated negative tip 9VDC power adapter.

  3. *Please do not use other adapter except for a 9VDC negative tip power source to limit possibility of failure.

  4. Relatively loud popping noise may occur when you use the foot switch for ON/OFF or change the mode using each mode switch shortly after turning the power on, or shortly after switching between 9VDC and 18VDC. This is not a device failure. Repeating the ON/OFF with foot switch to stabilise the operating voltage can reduce the popping noise.

  5. Please make sure that the effect is turned off when using the Dip Switch located inside the pedal to switch between 9VDC and 18VDC to protect the pedal’s internal electrical parts, bass guitar and other effect pedals you are connected to from excessive load.

Spec

Size(W/D/H)

61.5mm/113.0mm/49.0mm

Weight

292g

True Bypass Switching

Power Consumption

9VDC / 3.3mA, 18VDC / 6.6mA.

Battery Type

9VDC(006P)×1

AC Adapter

9VDC, Negative Centre Tip (Regulated Recommended)




















BMC2 (Bass Mid Control 2) (see review below)


Our small mid controller for Bass, BMC has been renewed! The BMC2 has an added gain boost switch that provides +10db of gain increase at the input stage. With the added volume control, unity gain can be achieved or with the gain boost engaged, you can add up to +6db of volume. In addition to the previous midrange boost and cut, it can now be used as a clean booster or as a preamp with a wide range of tone control. Furthermore, it is possible to generate 18VDC by a built-in DC-DC converter in BMC2.


It is a able to select 9VDC or 18VDC by an internal Dip Switch.


MSRP: £165

  1. Operating voltage choice is 9VDC or 18VDC. Compared to the 9VDC, 18VDC has less distortion with wider range of tone but please be aware that your battery will drain faster.
    Factory setting is 9VDC.

  2. Either 9VDC battery or 9VDC power adapter can be used.*Please only use the regulated negative tip 9VDC power adapter.

  3. *Please do not use other adapter except for a 9VDC negative tip power source to limit possibility of failure.

  4. Upon powering the pedal, or changing dip switch setting you may experience a "pop" when the pedal is engaged. This is not a device failure. Simply repeatedly turn on/off the pedal to dispense voltage, stabilizing the pedal.

  5. When switching between 9VDC or 18VDC, please turn off all power to the pedal in order to protect the pedal's internal electrical parts.

Spec

Size(W/D/H)

38.5mmx92.5mmx55mm

Weight

320g

True Bypass Switching

Power Consumption

9VDC / 3.3mA, 18VDC / 6.6mA.

Battery Type

9VDC (006P) x1

AC Adapter

9VDC, Negative Center Tip (Regulated Recommended)





































 EWS BMC - £149

The new Bass Mid Control is the active mid-controller for bass players. A small but powerful pedal that provides frequency control adjustments between 120Hz ~ 3kHz. When using 2-band EQ or passive bass, the Frequency control provides excellent manipulation of the mid frequencies, while the Boost/Cut gives you boosting or cutting capabilities of up to + / - 12dB. This compact pedal can also be powered by a 9V battery or for additional headroom use an 18V power adapter. This pedal will provide you the flexibility to play any musical style.


Spec:

Size(W/D/H):90mm x 50mm x 70mm

Weight:320g

True Bypass Switching

Power Consumption:9VDC/3.3mA

(*18VDC- only with DC adapter jack. 18VDC/6.6mA)

Batter Type:9VDC(006P)x1

AC Adapter (Optional): 9-18VDC, Negative Tips

(Regulated recommended such as Dunlop ECB04 Power Supply)


PDF manual download



 EWS Tri Logic Bass Preamp - £159

First made popular by Xotic Effects, the Tri-Logic is back!

Renewed and Reincarnated by EWS, the "Tri-Logic Bass Preamp 2" is significantly smaller in size and more affordable. With all the same features of the former Tri-Logic, 18-volts & 3-band EQ, the Tri-Logic Bass Preamp 2 has evolved with improved sound quality and usability.



Specifications;

Size(W/D/H): 112mm x 65mm x 50mm

Weight: 320g

True Bypass Switching

Power Consumption: 18VDC/4.3mA

Battery Type: 9VDC(006P)x2

AC Adapter (Optional): 9-18VDC,Negative Tips

(Regulated recommended such as Dunlop ECB04 Power Supply)

INPUT: Passive-1M ohm, Active-100K ohm

Treble: 10KHz+/-13dB

Middle: Hi-Mid 800Hz+/-10dB, Low-Mid 400Hz+/-12dB

Bass: 90Hz+/-15dB

TriLogic2_manual_eng.pdf




Review: EWS Tri-Logic Bass Preamp 3 and Bass Mid Control 2 pedals - Bass Musician Magazine 2015


REVIEW: EWS TRI-LOGIC BASS PREAMP 3 AND BASS MID CONTROL 2 PEDALS…

Xotic USA designs and manufactures guitars, basses and several high-end effects pedals for tone connoisseurs. At the winter 2015 NAMM, Xotic’s sister brand, EWS, introduced updated versions for two of their popular pedals, the Tri-Logic Bass Preamp and BMC (Bass Mid Control). The pedals will be released in late March 2015 and start shipping in April.


TRI-LOGIC BASS PREAMP 3


Output: ¼”
Controls: Volume, Gain, Frequency, Treble, Middle, Bass
Power: 9 volts @ 3.3 mA. You can choose to power the pedal with 18V via internal DIP switch (18V DC @ 6.6 mA). Optional AC adapter, not included.

The same well-loved preamp that comes with Xotic’s line of basses is back again in pedal form with the updated, and more compact,Tri-Logic Bass Preamp 3. A new feature in the 2015 version is the added boost (high/normal gain) switch that allows you additional tonal control.

While the pedal can be used to shape the tone on active basses, it’s true sonic beauty may be best put to use on passive basses. Rather than alter your favorite vintage Fender by carving up the body to add active electronics, you can simply put a pre-amp in your signal chain to get the same EQ options. Since the Tri-Logic was designed to have no signature tone, its tonal transparency allows you to dial in the tone you want to match any musical style.

What adds more flexibility to the preamp are the toggle switches that allow you to be more precise with the frequency range you are altering. The treble control allows you to select 8 kHz (high) or 4 kHz (low) with a +/-15 dB adjustment. The bass control allows for 80 Hz (high) or 40 Hz (low) with a +/-15 db adjustment. The mid control has a sweepable frequency range of 250 Hz to 3 kHz with a +/-10 dB adjustment.

The gain control has a normal mode with a maximum +18 dB boost and high gain mode for a compressed +26 dB increase.

I found the Tri-Logic Preamp 3 to be fantastic at clarifying the attack and presence on my cheap plywood upright bass as well as a not-to-be named fretless bass with it’s low-end active electronics. The pedal allowed me to dial in a clean, less boomy, sound on the upright all across the fingerboard. It also bumped the signal and increased the articulation and tonal color of the fretless — which has a tendency to sing like a winded sparrow with its stock electronics. Using the preamp provided a serious upgrade to the quality and clarity of my tone.



BMC (BASS MID CONTROL 2)


Output: ¼”
Controls: Frequency, Volume, Middle
Power: 9 volts @ 3.3 mA. You can choose to power the pedal with 18V via internal DIP switch (18V DC @ 6.6 mA). Optional AC adapter, not included.

The updated Bass Mid Control features a new control layout with the addition of a volume control and boost switch. Perhaps more of a specialty pedal, the BMC 2 gives you command over a very specific frequency range. Having this control in a pedal, rather than adjusting your EQ on an amp or onboard preamp, can be extremely handy. If you have to make fast switch to slap in the middle of song, just tap on the pedal to engage your favorite mid-scooped EQ. The same goes if you need to boost the mids around 400 Hz to make your harmonics come alive and cut through the mix.

The BMC 2 allows frequency control adjustments between 120 Hz to 3 kHz with a cutting or boosting of +/-12 dB. A new feature is the gain boost switch which adds 10 dB of gain at the input stage.

To find the mid frequency you want tweak, simply increase the volume and adjust the sweep knob while playing. Once you’ve identified the frequency, rotate the mid control to determine how much of that mid frequency you want to cut or boost.

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