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LiberaToe Pedal & Module

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D1. ProudAnus Envelope Filter & Fuzz (PF051)

ProudAnus is a dual-channel effects equipped with filter and fuzz. The filter section combines both features of an envelope filter and auto wahwah to achieve a real-time selection of the high and low frequencies by toggle or foot switch, which can be used for both the guitar and bass by covering a range of tones from screaming to wobble. The fuzz section reproduces a 60's vintage fuzz tone, which ranges from soft fuzz to roaring one, the impedance knob can be dialed to give a wide range of tone making, from sticky to crisp as in distortion. Depending on the direction of the toggle, you can instantly create diverse tones by selecting two channels Filter / Fuzz, High / Low Filter, or Fuzz / Filter going Fuzz. As this heterogeneous effects features Fuzz, it is preferred to locate the unit in front of the effects chain.

For those who want to get the effect of human speaking through the picking nuance, those who want fuzz with the advantages of both germanium and silicon devices, and those who want to use the envelope filter and the fuzz via two channels to use each or together, the ProudAnus Envelope Filter & Fuzz is recommended for those who want to create a diverse tones on a small pedal board using a heterogeneous dual channel effects.

Baron Ashura
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D2. Baron Ashura Compressor & Noise Suppressor (PF061)

Baron Ashura is a dual channel heterogeneous effects in which the compressor and noise reduction are integrated. Almost all of the knobs found in rackmount compressors are equipped in Baron Ashura to provide release, attack, and level, as well as compression ratio and threshold, so you can create the compression timbre you often need during play. Covering very long time to very short release, you can use both the clean backing and bass techniques, as well as taking advantage of the mix between original attack and sustain, depending on the dialing of the attack knob. A superb built-in noise reduction function eliminates the typical noise that occurs at the end of a sustain, and unlike the noise gate which abruptly removes entire signal, Baron Ashura's noise reduction function can adjust the attenuation sensitivity and can be used independently. Therefore when placed in front of a dirty effects, such as distortion, Baron Ashura can reduce the waiting and sustain noise - particularly single coil noise - with elegance.

For those who need noise reduction together with a compressor with full knobs - release, threshold, and attack, and for those who want to create as many tones on a small pedal board using a pedal with two different functions, Baron Ashura is recommended.

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D3. BearAss Compressor & Fuzz (PF211)

Bear Ass Compressor & Fuzz is a dual channel effects that integrates compressor and fuzz to an exceptional quality. The compressor unit is ambidextrous to provide a role of sustain & boost as well, whilst maintaining the attack and creating a natural compression. Therefore, while the compressor works on the green channel, the sustain & boost function operates on the red channel. The fuzz section covers a wide range of tones from sticky to a substantial amount of outrageous thump, allowing you to change timbres just by the fingers controlling the instrument’s volume knob.

When the toggle switch is down, the compressor (front) and fuzz (rear) work together to create a relatively soft tone on the green channel. This means that in the fuzz you can set two different sounds for each of the green and red channels to choose between the two fuzz tones according to your purpose. Unlike typical fuzz, this fuzz can be placed anywhere in the effect chain. This effect can also be used for the bass.

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D4. Gnavatar Parallel Loop (PF141)

Gnavatar Parallel Loop is a multi-functional loop and tiny mixer. Its basic purpose is to provide parallel synthesis between two external signals and dry signals. Depending on the toggle setting, two loops can be separately mixed with dry signal, or only two loops themselves are mixed in parallel, even mix of three lanes including the dry signal can done. Loop 2 is equipped with an invert toggle that reverses the phase, preventing the sound from cancelling out when parallel synthesizing between the effects of opposite phases, and also with Loop 2 dependent volume to adjust signal level to SEND 2 jack. The master volume is also equipped affecting entire level. Depending on the selection of the toggle, it can be simply used as an A / B loop function. As almost all functions that can be obtained from the parallel mix implementation are adopted in Gnavatar Parallel Loop, it is easy to make creative tones.

For those who want to use in various cases, such as mixing up to three loops including dry signal, or to use them as a simple A / B selector, and for those who want to deal with the case of reversed phase of the loop as well as control of the entire mixed volume, Gnavatar Parallel Loop is recommended.

* As this unit supports half-normalled send return, it also processes signal even if the return jack is only plugged in and the send jack is unplugged. Even when both return and send jacks are unplugged, dry signals flow through the loop. The original signal may be split into two or three branches depending on the toggle setting.

Holy Belly
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D5. Holy Belly Bass EQ (PF071)

Holy Belly is a dual-channel equalizer and boost for the bass. When the toggle switch is up, the green channel acts as the EQ and the red channel acts as both the EQ and boost. This allows you to smoothly fine tune the treble, middle and bass knobs from the hump tone wherein the middle stands out to the scooped tone of the low and high up, as a result of which tone selection becomes available per channel. When the toggle is turned down, as an EQ and boost, mid is fixed at noon on the green channel. In this setting, the tone can be set according to the amount of bass and treble, the red channel allows for additional control of the middle. Holy Belly is an indispensable effect that can be used for almost all needs of a bass play, enabling you to produce total four tones instantly.

Holy Belly Bass EQ is recommended for those who want to precisely control the bass tone with two channels of TMB, for those who want to use the EQ as well as the boost, and for those who want to get all the use cases required on a smaller pedal board.

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D6. Bentham Bass Overdrive (PF201)

Bentham Bass Overdrive produces a wide range of tones from elegance, softness and punchy to raw brutal tones to meet the needs of modern bass play, creating almost any dirty bass tone you can imagine. In order to apply the distorted effect that is naturally produced by the loudness of the tube amplifier, the devices close to the distortion effect of the tube itself have been carefully selected. The amplification and frequency filter stages have also been improved with a cascading circuit to solve the limitations of the classic bass overdrive.

Even when you increase the gain, you can linearly produce the desired furry texture and ferocity without any flabbiness. You can control the chic treble with the tone knob, select the desired two tones with the 3-positions toggle, and then adjust the gain and volume knobs per channel. It can respond immediately to your improvisation requirements and a number of playing styles.

Purple Buffer

D7. Purple Buffer (PFPB1)

LiberaToe Purple Buffer prevents the loss of treble to have the nearest frequency balance to the original sound of the guitar based on the conservation technology. Wherever it is placed on the pedal chain, it keeps the warm mid-range and the beautiful breezing high end as well as the solid low end, so the higher quality guitar has the advantage of preserving the original sound better.

Thanks to the advantage of the mid-range having elastic properties, it shows almost identical frequency band to the guitar signal without harshness which is typically heard at many buffers, and the tone deformation due to the overlapping of the buffers also exhibits very little.

Purple buffer has a footswitch that is typically excluded from most buffers. player can decide whether to use separate buffer depending on the pedals in the chain.


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