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WTI Pedal Special offer £85 + £4 UK mainland shipping

I90 Pedal Special offer £75 + £4 UK mainland shipping

Californiwha pedal Special offer £75 + £4 UK mainland shipping

SPECIAL OFFER - all three for £225 inc free UK shipping






WTDI - List £119


The WTDI embraces powerful tonal shaping and control in a super compact DI pedal. Featuring a 3 stage EQ, Bass Boost and Mid Shift buttons. Whether it's for the home studio, professional studio, live stage work or simply as a backup for your touring rig, you simply cannot afford to be without this simple yet effective tool. Taking the concept of DI boxes to the next level!


Pedal Type:  Direct Box/Preamp

Input Jack:  1/4"

Output Jack:  1/4" and XLR

Power Requirements:  15v supply included






I90 - List £119



Designed specifically for Bass instruments the i90 Chorus Pedal provides a professional chorus that enables you to dial in a variety of high definition chorus effects. With interactive Speed and Depth controls you can easily find different chorus styles. In addition the Low Cut control allows you to adjust where in your sound chorus is applied focusing the effect in the area of your sound that you want it.


Pedal Type:  Chorus

Input Jack:  1/4"

Output Jack:  1/4" and XLR

Power Requirements:  15v supply included





Californiwha - List £119



The Californiwah is a professional Bass Filter pedal that provides both the expression and excitement you need to standout. Designed just for bass players, the Californiwah pedal provides the flexibility to adjust filter frequency levels and delicately tailor the sensitivity of the effect, so you can choose exactly how much expression you get and when! So if you are looking to add some excitement to your percussive sound or simply liven up your Bass runs, the Californiwah provides the tool you need to achieve the right results.

Pedal Type:  Bass Filter

Input Jack:  1/4"

Output Jack:  1/4" and XLR

Power Requirements:  15v supply included








Eden Glowplug - Tube warmer pedal - list £119

Coming in 2016

Getting authentic tube tone is now easy with the Eden Glowplug. Using tone circuitry designed specifically to enhance and compliment your bass sound the Glowplug adds warmth and depth to your sound bringing out your strings natural hamonics. From subtle tone warming to a fuller tube roundness the Glowplug opens up a broad selection of tune sound to any player.

In addtion to adding tube tone the Glowplug has a built in crossover allowing you to adjust where the tube sound is applied. The Mix control also allows further detailing so you can decide how much tube signal you apply to your overall sound.

For anyone looking to get more organic with thier sound the Glowplug delivers the perfect bass solution.















































Eden I-90 Bass Chorus Review in Premier Guitar

Jon D'Auria

October 27, 2014



Eden Bass Amplification has been cranking out quality bass amps and cabinets since 1976. The company entered the pedal game in 2010 with their popular WTDI direct box/preamp for bass, and now they’ve unveiled the new I-90 chorus.

Praise Chorus
Chorus pedals have been a bass staple since the ’70s, when they gained popularity among fusion and prog-rock players. Perhaps the most recognizable chorus tone from the era came from Jaco, who achieved his signature sound by splitting his signal between a pair of Acoustic 360 amplifiers with one channel clean and one with the onboard tremolo cranked.

Quality chorus options designed specifically for bass were once few and far between—and the frequency range of guitar chorus pedals doesn’t always suit the bass’s lower range. But now, thankfully, there are more bass-specific chorus options, such as the I-90.

In the Garden of Eden
The compact, sturdy-feeling I-90 has a simple, industrial design that screams user-friendliness. Its four knobs control modulation speed, depth, low cut, and mix. The controls are comfortably spaced and more easily accessible than on some rival stompboxes, permitting quick adjustments.

The I-90’s low-cut control lets you exempt the lowest frequencies from the modulation effect for improved bottom-end focus.

To audition the pedal’s depth and range through a classic, booming setup, I plugged the I-90 into a 300-watt Ampeg SVT head powering an Ampeg SVT-810. Strapping on a Fender American P bass, I dimed the mix level and slowly rolled up the speed and depth knobs, which displayed noticeable changes in tone, even in subtle increments.

The chorus frequency is bandwidth-limited on the I-90, so the maximum mix setting is not fully 100-percent vibrato, but it certainly sounds fully wet when the mix is cranked. The mix-level range encompasses a subtle to a dominant sound from about 1:12 to 1:2 and the bandwidth limiting is intended to prevent dull tones while providing an ideal chorus sound with very little background noise. In my time with the I-90, I found that the tone of the chorus remained clear and focused at any volume.

Dialing the speed and depth to 12 o’clock creates an eerie resonance perfect for double-stops and high-register chords. At speeds and depths set a bit beyond noon, the modulation greatly alters the frequency of each note, creating the classic, tripped-out sound that chorus pedals are best known for.

To test the I-90’s responsiveness with an active bass, I plugged in a 1989 Music Man StingRay. The bass’s piercing midrange yielded a more distinct and cutting timbre, plus a surprisingly cool tone when the pedal’s speed and depth were lowered down to the 8 o’clock range. Rolling back the mix level produces many attractive blends, and even when set mostly dry it maintains a profound impact.

Ratings

Pros:
Simple controls. Sturdy design. Preserves lows. Wide range of sounds.

Cons:
Chorus effects don’t always work well with other pedals.


Regardless of which bass I used, I found the pedal’s greatest trait to be its range of modulation. With moderate levels of speed and depth at around 9 o’clock and the low cut and mix around noon, the I-90 adds a beautiful ambience to the tone that’s perfect for slow- to medium-tempo riffs in the mid-low register.

On the far end of the spectrum—which I explored by cranking the speed, depth, and mix levels to between 3 and 5 o’clock, and setting the low cut at 12 o’clock—you get a tremendously effected frequency that is great for soloing in the higher register. Though these particular settings might not be suitable for all players or all genres, the clarity of the speed-heightened chorus is impressive.

The Low Cut is the Deepest
The I-90’s low-cut control lets you exempt the lowest frequencies from the modulation effect for improved bottom-end focus. Tones maintain their depth and body at all settings, though, even with a good amount of chorus applied to the low end. The BBD (bucket-brigade delay) 3 dB roll-off point for the I-90 is 16 Hz and the chorus is also fed through a high-pass filter. I found this ideal for bass because it prevents smearing of the higher harmonic content and allowed me to play all over the neck without depleted tone.

The Verdict
The I-90 is a sturdy chorus pedal that allows bassists to control the range of their chorus effect without frequency loss, and it offers up a richer and thicker tone with a deeper low-end than some other pedals in its class. I was probably most impressed overall with the consistency of the I-90 and its dedication to doing one thing and doing it very well—this is a stompbox with a spotlight solely on chorus. The easy-to-use design and ergonomic knobs make adjustments a breeze, even on a dimly lit stage. The speed, depth, and mix dials are sensitive in a good way, providing a wide tonal spectrum. Eden’s I-90 is a chorus pedal to be reckoned with.