NAMM 2012: Source Audio Soundblox 2 line

‘Boldly anti-retro.’ I like it!

SOURCE AUDIO RELEASES THE BOLDLY ANTI-RETRO SOUNDBLOX® 2 LINE OF EFFECTS AT WINTER NAMM 2012

Anaheim, CA – After years of releasing multi-award winning guitar and bass effects, Source Audio has taken another significant step forward with the creation of the Soundblox 2 series. The new line of effects pedals boasts a variety of advanced features in a compact, rugged, cast-aluminum housing.

The company is releasing three new products in the Soundblox 2 format. The first two are Source Audio’s award-winning Multiwave™ Distortions available in both guitar and bass models. The third is Source Audio’s new Dimension Reverb, created by legendary effects engineer, Bob Chidlaw. It features twelve unique reverb sounds and a range of useful controls.

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Souce Audio Soundblox Tri-Mod Wah

 Wah can be an incredibly expressive effect, but it’s hard to find a wah unit that is perfectly suited to bass. And it’s even harder to find one that’s suited to grooving bass. Oh sure, anything with a low enough frequency range can handle the intro to “For Whom The Bell Tolls” with a bunch of distortion, but what about if you need a phat, philthy, groovy pulse? Source Audio think they’ve found the answer: the Tri-Mod Wah, from the company’s Soundblox range, offers three flavours of (mostly) automatic wah wah effect – Low, Bandpass and Multipeak, through eleven distinct variations.

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NEWS: Source Audio introduces Soundblox Guitar Envelope Filter

Woburn, MA—Source Audio, innovators of the award winning Hot Hand® Motion Controlled Effects and the Soundblox Bass Envelope Filter, are introducing the Soundblox Guitar Envelope Filter. The pedal packs the power and flexibility of a rack-mounted unit into a user-friendly stompbox, staying true to Source Audio’s signature approach of offering maximum tone diversity with extraordinarily easy-to-use and intuitive interface.

The Soundblox Guitar Envelope Filter was designed in the mold of the very popular Soundblox Bass Envelope Filter. Immediately upon release, the BEF was incorporated into the touring rigs of bass notables, Mike Gordon of Phish, Kevin Walker of the Justin Timberlake and Prince bands, and Jai Dillon of the Jason Mraz band. Source Audio expects to see similar enthusiasm for the GEF. The pedal was already shown at the 2011 Winter NAMM Convention in Anaheim, CA and received a tremendously positive response. Both Premier Guitar and Guitar Player Magazines included the Soundblox GEF as one of the most notable products on the floor in their NAMM recap issues.

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