A guitar and bass amp simulator loaded with features
Two Notes Audio Engineering have introduced the ReVolt Guitar and ReVolt Bass, two new three-channel amp simulator pedals.
What you need to know:
- Two Notes Audio Engineering have introduced the ReVolt Guitar and ReVolt Bass.
- They are two new three-channel amp simulator pedals.
- The ReVolt Guitar and ReVolt Bass are available for pre-order now.
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Featuring an all-analogue signal path, including a valve preamp stage and DI output with switchable cabinet simulation, both pedals have the same layout and format. The top panel is divided into three separate channel sections, activated by footswitches, and holding their very own gain and volume controls.
The first channel has its own two-band EQ, while channels two and three share a three-band EQ between them.
An additional knob gives the ReVolt Guitar pedal an adjustable boost function on the ReVolt guitar, while the ReVolt Bass features a Dry/Wet control that blends the high-gain channel with the DI signal.
The ReVolt Guitar’s channels all take inspiration from classic amplifiers, including the Fender Bassman 100 and the Marshall JMP Superlead. Similarly, the ReVolt Bass boasts a Vintage Dirt channel that aims to emulate the Marshall JMP Super Bass Mark II.
With a balanced DI output and switchable cab simulation, the pedals can connect directly to PA systems or recording rigs. The Four-Cable Method switch allows users to implement an amplifier’s effects direct to the pedals’ input, adding three additional channels to the amp.
The ReVolt Guitar and ReVolt Bass are available for pre-order now.