The Microtubes X7 series brings the studio method producers have been using the years to cover the whole bass distortion spectrum: from articulate high gain to punchy mild overdrive, raw and gnarly fuzz and everything in between. You now have absolute control in constructing your vision of what the perfect bass distortion texture, definition, and size should have.
High Pass Frequency
Controls the cutoff frequency to be distorted, ranging from 100Hz (for thicker, fuzzier saturation) or 1kHz for ultra-sharp definition.
Sets the amount of distortion for the high pass side.
Sets the output volume of the distorted high-pass signal.
Low Pass Frequency
Controls the cutoff frequency to be mixed back to the high-pass side. Ranging from 50Hz (for only sub-bass) and 500Hz to preserve some clean mids.
Sets the amount of compression for the low-pass signal.
Sets the output volume of the low-pass signal.
Sets the overall volume of the unit.
+-12dB @ 80 Hz
+-12dB @ 5 kHz
Input & Outputs
Connect from the ¼” Output jack to the input of your amplifier or another effects pedal.
Use this control to lift the ground of the XLR output. If you are experiencing ground noise in your DI signal, try changing this control.
A balanced version of the ¼” output, useful for running into PA’s or studio mixing consoles.
Connect your instrument or output from your pedal board to the ¼” mono jack.
Only use a regulated 9V DC adapter with a center-negative plug.
A passthrough for your input signal, useful for parallel processing.
Video Review: Microtubes X7 Multiband Bass Distortion
|Jacks position on top
|Digital or Analog
|Current Draw, mA
|Input Impedance, kΩ
|Output Impedance, Ω