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Ego Driver

More than just a boosterWe all know the Tube Screamer, it's not like we all have one at home!We were always told that it was the best tool to boost an already crunched amp.The gain at 0, the volume at full and here we go!You break through the mix, you're on the front of the stage and you avoid drooling on the spectrum of the other instruments.There are of course other combinations and sounds to exploit from this scheme, and that's what we're going to study!Over the past several years, our team has analyzed more than 100 patterns inspired by the OD 808.With this knowledge base, we have created a new pedal, the Ego Driver.It is capable of reproducing all of these vintage sounds, and to go further by creating new ones!To achieve this it's quite simple, we focus on the saturation stage and,we reveal all the keys of its conception.Moreover, with the Ego Driver and the FX Teacher project, you will be able to create your own Tube Screamer, customize it and understand how to set it up to optimize your sound!Even more possibilitiesThe FX Teacher project allows you to go even further in your quest for sound.Indeed, you still have the easy-to-access controls on the front panel, which allow you to quickly adjust your pedal.Inside, you know our trimpots, we're big fans of them at Anasounds.They are very fine adjustments that offer a sound precision worthy of the creator.But this time, on top of all that, we added terminal blocks!They allow you to easily add and remove components with a simple screwdriver.So if you want to change a clipping diode or a filter capa, you can!It's as if in the end... you've created your own pedal!

€129.00

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Bitoun Fuzz

"fuzz is life"What's better than a great fuzz? Two great fuzzes, of course.The spark came from plugging the Feed Me into the prototype of a Super Fuzz, and the Bitoun Fuzz circuit was born.As Confucius wisely said to his concierge, "Fuzz is life". Few guitarists have applied this maxim with as much conviction as Julien Bitoun, famous French fuzzophile, author of the reference book "In search of the lost fuzz".Since the appearance of this magical effect at the dawn of the 60's, the quest for the ultimate fuzz has inspired many designers and musicians who were trying to achieve this precarious balance between the fluidity of the incandescent magma and the rocky sputtering of an amp that lives its last moments. Or, to put it more simply, it's not easy to find a fuzz that's both huge, brutal, musical and easy to play. Or to put it even more simply, graouh, groooou and lalala.It took Anasounds and Julien Bitoun years of research to come up with the result you're holding in your sweaty, anticipatory hands. The original idea was to make the best possible version of the Super Fuzz. Super Fuzz is the name of an Italian-American movie released in 1980 in France under the name "drôle de flic". But it's also a fantastic Japanese pedal from the late 60's that has a huge sound, wandering on the side of the ring modulator at times.The problem is that it's a very unglamorous and treacherous sound to play, between the very abrupt sustain and the unfluid gain. On top of all that, the Super Fuzz sounds very big when played alone but in a band, its pronounced midrange dip makes it very easy to disappear behind the rest of the mix.Anyway, there was a better solution to be found, and here it is: the only thing better than one excellent fuzz? Two great fuzzes.Plugging the Anasounds Feed Me into the Super Fuzz prototype was the spark, and the Bitoun Fuzz circuit was born. The Bitoun Fuzz is not a "double fuzz" in the sense of other brands, which simply put two circuits in one pedal and allow to choose between two different fuzzes. The Bitoun Fuzz combines two circuits that have been designed to work together to provide the ultimate fuzz, the one you've been looking for until now.It's time to plug the thing in. Prepare yourself psychologically, the shock can be considerable.As far as settings are concerned, you shouldn't be lost: the tone (cookies) goes from a big and deep sound to an aggressive discharge that is not to be put in all hands. The volume (tea) can severely boost your poor traumatized amp, so start with a low setting and go up very gradually.Take a deep breath and strum your first note: welcome to the wonderful world of the Bitoun Fuzz, where you'll never have to look for the fuzz of your dreams again. It's right here, at your feet. Make good use of it, because as Gandhi said to his sister-in-law, "With great fuzz comes great responsibility".

€199.00

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Roland

jc-120b-jazz-chorus

The Roland JC-120B Jazz Chorus is a guitar combo that has been revered by many guitarists since its release. Introduced by the Japanese brand in 1975, it is still going strong today and its popularity has remained intact. It is one of the few transistor amps used by many famous guitarists. This amp is known for its clear sound, even at high volumes, and its natural chorus, the colour of which is enhanced by the two 12" speakers, each delivering 60 watts (120 watts in total).Despite its classic sound, the JC-120B has everything you need to create a custom sound. Two channels are present, each with its own three-band EQ and a Bright switch, which adds a little brightness to the sound. Channel 2 gains a reverb and distortion, both of which are joined by a vibrato and chorus, the latter of which can be activated on each channel. Roland has also spoiled us with a large number of available connections. The two channels each have two inputs, High and Low, in order to manage the output level of the guitar used. At the back of the amp there is an effects loop linked to channel 2, which can be used in series or in parallel. A stereo line out allows the amp to be plugged into a mixing console or audio interface. Finally, three foot switch inputs are provided for remote control of the amp's effects.Thanks to its transistor technology and robust design, it will be happy to accompany you on tour without having to worry about a breakdown due to a hectic trip.

€1,499.00

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Ages

A new sound journeyThe harmonic tremolo is one of the rarest and most interesting effects to customize your sound.It brings a more lively movement than a simple tremolo, it doesn't have the dated character of a chorus, and it doesn't take up as much space as a delay or a reverb.Whether you're looking to add a hypnotic edge to your arpeggios or add thickness to your melody lines, the Ages offers a new perspective on modulation.Historical but misunderstoodThe harmonic tremolo exists under many names:vibrato, harmonic vibrato, harmonic tremolo, vibe, univibe, and so on.In all cases, the stated goal is the same: to cyclically vary the pitch of your notes (rather than their volume as a normal tremolo does) by shifting the phase of the bass and treble.This separation of the two frequency ranges is reminiscent of how Leslie's cabs work, and it's no accident:the first harmonic tremolos, including the Univibe or the vibrato of the Magnatone amps, were intended to reproduce the effect of the Leslie. But these references have of course imposed their own sound color,and some manufacturers have since proposed their own version.A new eraA new level of live interaction. Give the pick a big thump and the effect will know exactly how to respond to you. Shoot the spinner and trigger a tremolo explosion!Always louderThe Ages' built-in attack sensor works in two different ways: it can allow you to vary the speed or depth depending on the strength of your attack.The secondary settings allow you to adjust all parametersparameters in the finest way possible for unprecedented results:you can for example accelerate the effect on your most violent picks to emphasize the most intense parts (and the speed automatically returns to the one chosen at tap tempo), or lower the depth of the effect when you play louder so as not to drown out your rhythms.

€249.00

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Ashdown Engineering

ABM 900 EVO III

As soon as the meter lights up and you match the input level to your instrument, you know you're in for something special.Seen on countless stages every night, accompanying some of the world's biggest bands, the ABM is the amplifier of choice for performance professionals, combining the sophistication of a top-notch preamp with exceptional performance and all the features you need, whether you're working in stadiums or clubs. For those who need the tonal power of the ABM preamp combined with massive power and headroom, there's only one choice: the ABM 900 EVO III with its 575W + 575W terraforming power stage.Variable Valve Drive - from zero to rock heroWhatever sound character you're looking for, the valve drive can take you there. Turn it on and set it to zero for a pure solid-state preamp sound, or turn it up to increase the level of tube overdrive that blends into the signal, taking you from a hint of hair to a fat overdrive.The Drive level can be preset and turned on or off via a footswitch, giving you access to a wide range of clean, warm and saturated sounds.Designed to be as simple to use as a 3-band EQ, but with exceptional tonal shaping options, the ABM features familiar rotary controls for bass, midrange and treble, as well as two additional pairs of sliders.  The EQ can be activated by a foot switch, allowing you to instantly switch from a flat fretless sound to your preferred EQ setting. One-button compressorThis easy-to-use, great-sounding compressor produces a powerful, even tone that lets your bass fill out any mix.Subharmonic GeneratorOnce heard, never forgotten. The ABM Sub-Harmonic Generator adds an octave below the notes played, adding fullness to any bass part. The sub-harmonic level is independently controllable, allowing you to dial in anything from a subtle hint of deep bass to a full-on underground funk. Flexible footswitchingCombined with our FS-4 footswitch (not included), the ABM comes to life on stage, allowing tone changes on the fly. With foot switchable functions like Valve Drive, Compression, EQ and Sub Harmonic Generator, the ABM gives you dozens of sound combinations without a single effects pedal in sight. Professional Connections The ABM is equipped with numerous connections. A sub-bass output for powering the console or an additional amp, a tuner output, a transparent FX loop and a line input for connecting a sampler or external sound source. Muting the output mutes the DI output but leaves the tuner output "live", allowing the player to tune silently. 

€800.00

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Elements + Le Bon I Bundle

Back to the rootsSince 2017, we at Anasounds have set ourselves the challenge of offering you a reverb that reproduces the sounds of the spring built into the legendary Fender Twin Reverb, a practical way to find this unique sound without acquiring such a beast. To do this, we worked on several technologies, using dedicated digital processors, FV-1, BTDR from Belton... We tried everything!We finally came to this conclusion: there are very few 100% analog reverb solutions.We were surprised to see that this exceptional combination was very little exploited. The few competitors who have tried to do so have not gone to the end of the concept and propose big boxes with rather rudimentary settings. It is thus with the aim of improving this state of the art that we continued our research to propose a new way to approach the spring reverb. A Twin Reverb in a pedal and much more...And so the Element Spring Reverb was born!The Element is a pedal that takes the essence of the analog of the analog reverb, the one that is obtained by physically stimulating by physically stimulating springs with the guitar signal. Simply put. No tricks. No calculations. Beautiful mechanics coupled with analog signal processing.several sound worldsThe Element is a pedal that takes up the very essence of the of the analog reverb, the one that is obtained by physically stimulating by physically stimulating the springs with the guitar signal. Quite simply. Without artifice. No calculations.Beautiful mechanics coupled with analog signal processing.Guitar sideBack to the 60's, Californian beach, surf, guitar, mix pushed to the limit,a few notes in a loop followed by anthology riffs. That's the promise we make to you. From Dick Dale to David Gilmour to Bob Marley.Even ambient fans will put away their shimmers when they realize the richness of the sound the spring allows! Sexy and responsive layers, exhilarating shpouing, a mix that is both discreet and delightful.Synth sideA Moog, an Arturia or anything else you can think of, a good raw sequence and this reverb will round off the angles, give your sound some breadth and bring a good dose of harmonics.Turning it off would be a crime! New plug-inThis is a standard pedal, the same size as all Anasounds pedals. You can attach it to your pedalboard with velcro.It has an input jack, an output jack and a 9V power jack. So far, nothing new!What it does have is a mini jack cable that plugs into the back of the pedal. This one will connect on the other side in rca to a box full of springs that we call a tank. This tank is essential because it is the one that allows to generate a reverb effect in an analog way. Compared to other spring reverbs that use huge boxes, the tank is detached from the pedal, offset and connected by a cable. The tank can be hidden under the pedalboard or kept on top, it's up to you! Self-drilling mounting screws are provided with the tank to allow you to mount the tank anywhere on the pedalboard.

€249.00

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Elements + Le Truand I Bundle

Back to the rootsSince 2017, we at Anasounds have set ourselves the challenge of offering you a reverb that reproduces the sounds of the spring built into the legendary Fender Twin Reverb, a practical way to find this unique sound without acquiring such a beast. To do this, we worked on several technologies, using dedicated digital processors, FV-1, BTDR from Belton... We tried everything!We finally came to this conclusion: there are very few 100% analog reverb solutions.We were surprised to see that this exceptional combination was very little exploited. The few competitors who have tried to do so have not gone to the end of the concept and propose big boxes with rather rudimentary settings. It is thus with the aim of improving this state of the art that we continued our research to propose a new way to approach the spring reverb. A Twin Reverb in a pedal and much more...And so the Element Spring Reverb was born!The Element is a pedal that takes the essence of the analog of the analog reverb, the one that is obtained by physically stimulating by physically stimulating springs with the guitar signal. Simply put. No tricks. No calculations. Beautiful mechanics coupled with analog signal processing.several sound worldsThe Element is a pedal that takes up the very essence of the of the analog reverb, the one that is obtained by physically stimulating by physically stimulating the springs with the guitar signal. Quite simply. Without artifice. No calculations.Beautiful mechanics coupled with analog signal processing.Guitar sideBack to the 60's, Californian beach, surf, guitar, mix pushed to the limit,a few notes in a loop followed by anthology riffs. That's the promise we make to you. From Dick Dale to David Gilmour to Bob Marley.Even ambient fans will put away their shimmers when they realize the richness of the sound the spring allows! Sexy and responsive layers, exhilarating shpouing, a mix that is both discreet and delightful.Synth sideA Moog, an Arturia or anything else you can think of, a good raw sequence and this reverb will round off the angles, give your sound some breadth and bring a good dose of harmonics.Turning it off would be a crime! New plug-inThis is a standard pedal, the same size as all Anasounds pedals. You can attach it to your pedalboard with velcro.It has an input jack, an output jack and a 9V power jack. So far, nothing new!What it does have is a mini jack cable that plugs into the back of the pedal. This one will connect on the other side in rca to a box full of springs that we call a tank. This tank is essential because it is the one that allows to generate a reverb effect in an analog way. Compared to other spring reverbs that use huge boxes, the tank is detached from the pedal, offset and connected by a cable. The tank can be hidden under the pedalboard or kept on top, it's up to you! Self-drilling mounting screws are provided with the tank to allow you to mount the tank anywhere on the pedalboard.

€299.00

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Elements I Premium bundle

Back to the rootsSince 2017, we at Anasounds have set ourselves the challenge of offering you a reverb that reproduces the sounds of the spring built into the legendary Fender Twin Reverb, a practical way to find this unique sound without acquiring such a beast. To do this, we worked on several technologies, using dedicated digital processors, FV-1, BTDR from Belton... We tried everything!We finally came to this conclusion: there are very few 100% analog reverb solutions.We were surprised to see that this exceptional combination was very little exploited. The few competitors who have tried to do so have not gone to the end of the concept and propose big boxes with rather rudimentary settings. It is thus with the aim of improving this state of the art that we continued our research to propose a new way to approach the spring reverb. A Twin Reverb in a pedal and much more...Thus was born the Element Spring Reverb!The Element is a pedal that takes the essence of analog reverb, the one that is obtained by physically stimulating springs with the guitar signal. Simply put. No tricks. No calculations. Beautiful mechanics coupled with analog signal processing.several sound worldsThe Element is a pedal that takes the essence of analog reverb, the one that is obtained by physically stimulating springs with the guitar signal. Quite simply. No tricks. No calculations.Beautiful mechanics coupled with analog signal processing.Guitar sideBack to the 60's, Californian beach, surf, guitar, mix pushed to the limit,a few notes in a loop followed by anthology riffs. That's the promise we make to you. From Dick Dale to David Gilmour to Bob Marley.Even ambient fans will put away their shimmers when they realize the richness of the sound the spring allows! Sexy and responsive layers, exhilarating shpouing, a mix that is both discreet and delightful.Synth sideA Moog, an Arturia or anything else you can get your hands on, a good raw sequence and this reverb will round off the angles, give your sound some breadth and bring a good dose of harmonics.Turning it off would be a crime! New plug-inThis is a standard pedal, the same size as all Anasounds pedals. You can mount it on your pedalboard with velcro.It has an input jack, an output jack and a 9V power jack. So far, nothing new!What it does have is a mini jack cable that plugs into the back of the pedal. This one will connect on the other side in rca to a box full of springs that we call a tank. This tank is essential because it is the one that allows to generate a reverb effect in an analog way. Compared to other spring reverbs that use huge boxes, the tank is detached from the pedal, offset and connected by a cable. The tank can be hidden under the pedalboard or kept on top, it's up to you! Self-drilling mounting screws are provided with the tank to allow you to mount the tank anywhere on the pedalboard.what is included in this bundle1 element pedal1 mini jack to rca cablethe 3 tanks, le bon, la brute and le truand!6 self drilled screws to let you screwup your tank under your pedalboardthis pack was designed for people who don’t want to choose between tanks.also it’s a nice opportunity to put spring tanks everywhere in your rig!presentationthe element is a pedal that takes back the very essence of the analogue reverb,which is obtained by physically stimulating springs thanks to the guitar signal.simply. no artificials. no calculations.from beautiful mechanical coupled to analog signal processing.how to use itit’s still a classic pedal, same size as all of our other pedals.you scratch it (or not) on the pedalboard.it always has an input jack, an output jack and a 9V power jack.nothing new so far!what’s more? there’s a mini jack to plug on the back of the pedal.then, it will be connected to the box full of springs (called a tank) via rca connectors.this tank is mandatory because it is the one that allows to generate an analog effect of reverb.

€359.00