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EBS OctaBass Blue Label

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The EBS dynaverb limited spring edition simulates the natural reverberation in different kinds of acoustical spaces, from big concert halls to smaller rooms, as well some classic reverb effects such as reversed, gated and spring-type reverb. By adding reverb to your sound, you can create a sense of depth and space that can make your playing more expressive and immersive.

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The EBS OctaBass was the first effect unit ever made by EBS. It is famous for fast and accurate tracking and a fat, natural sound. When you play your instrument, it "tracks" the note you play and produce a sound one octave below to mix in with the note you play. The 'Blue Label' model has a couple of new features that enhance the tracking range and improves the control of the sound.

Improve the tracking where it matters the most

A new Range-switch makes it possible to move the optimized focus area of the tracking to either higher up or lower down the fretboard. All to match your playing style and needs. This feature makes the tracking speed and range outstanding for an analog octave pedal. Note: Don't confuse this switch with the Range-switch on previous OctaBass pedals where it changed the character of the tone.

Enhanced tone control

By adding a seamless tone control you can go from a present, focused octave sound that cuts through the mix all the way to a sub-bass backdrop of lows that discreetly supports the note you play. The tone control enhances the palette of sounds and also makes it easier to achieve a synthesized bass sound.

Power the Blue Label OctaBass with 9-18V DC power. The footprint is reduced by 12% compared to the previous Studio and Black Label editions.

Tips on how to use an analog octave pedal in the most effective way?

Since analog octave pedals are played almost like an individual instrument, we've put together some advice on how to successfully using an analog octave effect with your bass.


  • Nominal Input Level: -10 dBv
  • Input Impedance: 1.8 Mohms
  • Output Impedance: 100 ohms
  • Dry Bandwidth +0/-2 dB: 20 - 20k Hz
  • Dry Level min/max: -oo / 0 dB
  • Octaver Level Gain min/max: -oo / 12 dB min
  • Octaver Tone Filter: Type Low Pass / Slope >18 dB/octave / Range 60 - 350 Hz
  • Triggering Threshold: -70 dBv @200 Hz
  • Dimensions: W x H x D 2.6" x 4.5" x 1.9" (67 x 115 x 48 mm)
  • Weight: 315g (0.7 lb.)
  • Type: Analog Effect, Relay type Switching
  • Power Requirements: 9, 12 or 18 V DC, 40 mA max. Pedal shuts off below 6.0 V

* EBS Recommend the use of the EBS AD-9Pro DC adapter. The adapter can supply up to twenty pedals at the same time.