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Tech 21 SansAmp Para Driver DI Preamp Pedal V2

SKU: TecPMDI-V2

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TECH 21 SANSAMP PARA DRIVER DI PREAMP PEDAL V2

Add a natural tube-like warmth and presence to your tone

Useful for nearly any instrument, thTech 21 SansAmp Para Driver DI Pedal (v2) is a DI box with a few more tricks up its sleeve for stage- or studio-ready tones. Not only does the Para Driver drive the weak instrument level signal to go into a mixer, it has a powerful EQ section with a parametric mid control, a controllable SansAmp tube amplifier emulator, and an "Air" control to add top-end clarity to acoustic instruments or other signals.

In addition to being a DI box the Para Driver can also function as an outboard effect for live or studio mixing, by using the onboard EQ and other controls to fatten up or otherwise improve the sonic qualities of any track. When connected via XLR, the Para Driver can be powered by external 48V phantom power, precluding the need for a battery or other power supply. This DI works well with any instrument, but is particularly useful for acoustic, electric, and bass guitar, and upright bass. 

Features:

  • Presence, Drive, Level, Blend, Bass and Treble controls Three outputs: an effected XLR, effected 1/4 in. and parallel, uneffected 1/4 in. Phantom power operable, optional DC power supply or 9V alkaline battery.
  • The SansAmp Bass Driver DI has been an arsenal staple for players and studios almost since the day it was introduced in 1994.
  • This multi-function, multi-application pedal dials up big vintage tube tones, bright modern slap sounds, gnarly distortions, and all in between.
  • Since the popularity of 5- and 6-string basses has gone beyond fad status and become mainstream, Tech 21 added a switch to adjust the bass frequency to extend into those lower registers.
  • They also added a mid-range control and a switch to adjust its frequency.