NEW! EBS Product Catalog 2009/10

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NEW! EBS Product Catalog 2009/10

EBS PROFESSIONAL BASS EQUIPMENT | 2009/10w w w . e b s s w e d e n . c o m


Etienne Mbappé, Bass ArtistGear: EBS TD650, ProLine Cabinets, EBS PedalsPhoto: Lasse Eklöf


The EBS Classic T90 All-Tube bass amp is developed by EBS andexperts with more than 20 years experience from building exclusivetube amps for hi-fi and guitar. The result is a hand-built tube amp withspecial designed transformers and selected and matched tubes.The EBS Classic T90 is a perfect and goodlooking companion to the EBS ClassicLinecabinets – on any stage. The direct driven tubebalanced output makes the EBS Classic T90 agreat amp for the studio as well.The special designed transformers are overdimensioned and all materials are carefully selectedto perform at maximum level – at all times.The tubes are quality selected and matchedwith precision, and burned-in for 24 hours afterassembly to reveal any quality issues in time.The amp has separate inputs for active andpassive instruments and separate outputs for 4 and8 Ohms speaker cabinets. The control panel has aclassic style layout with controls for Volume, Bass,Treble and Presence.


Bass HeadsFEATURES |• 100% Tube Amp• Direct Driven Tube Balanced Output• Active/Passive Inputs• 4 and 8 Ohms Outputs• Volume, Bass, Treble and Presence Controls• 90 W pure Tube Power• Quality Selected and Matched TubesEBS Classic T90Nominal Input Level-18dBv (passive), -8dBv (active)Input Impedance1Mohms (passive), 100kohms (active)Tone ControlsBass +/-12dB @80HzTreble +/-12dB @8kHzPrescence0 - +12 dB @5kHz (pwr amp eq)Balanced Output Level-10dBvPower Output90W RMSTube Selection2x 6550 power tubes1x 7025 now noise selection1x 12AT7, 2x 12AU7Dimensions (WxHxD) 21,1”x10,5”x9,57” /53,7x26,7x24,3 cmWeight16,7 kg / 37 lbs.


The EBS Classic 450 retro-styled bass amp is easy to use, simplicityitself. The sound of the amp is a combination of classic vintagetones while still maintaining the clear transparency of the famed EBSamplification. The perfect match for the EBS ClassicLine cabinets.FEATURES |• 100% Solid State design• Carefully designed EQ sectionwith dual mid controls• Boosted drive control• Floating balanced XLR output• 450 W output power into 2 ohmsA thoughtfully designed EQ puts you firmlyin the driving seat. Equipped with a creative dualmidrange section and a boosted drive control,which adds everything from subtle, vintageoverdrive to a mean driving distortion, whilstmaintaining a beautiful low rounded bottom end.This is the ultimate retro-styled system for bassplayers who need something more.I’m blown away about the characterand personality of this amp.It’s rock’n roll with full control!- Victor Broden, Nashville Live & Session Great


Bass HeadsEBS Classic450Input Impedance1 MohmsGain Range-oo - +28 dBCharacter Filter Shelving High/Low Pass+6 dB @ 75 Hz-2.5 dB @ 800 Hz+3 dB @ 9 kHzFilter Section: Bass Shelving +/-15 dB @ 100 HzLow Mid Sweepable 150 – 900 Hz +/-15 dB, Q = 0.9High Mid Sweepable 1.2 – 7 kHz +/-15 dB, Q = 1.1Treble Shelving +/-15 dB @ 10 kHzDrive Section Gain 0 – 30 dB, Low end compensation


FEATURES HD350|• 100% Solid State design• Optimized and wellbalanced 4 band EQ• Floating balanced XLR outputwith speaker simulator• 350 W output powerinto 2 ohmsThe EBS HD350 amp is the ultimate “wolf insheep’s clothing”, packing an amazing amount ofpower into a portable ‘high definition’ head. Thefilters provide superb dynamics and consistent qualitythroughout the entire frequency range, from thelowest sub-bass to the highest treble timbres,the EBS HD350 delivers.HD350 is my amp of choice.- Tal Wilkenfeld, Jeff Beck/Solo Artist


Bass HeadsFEATURES TD650|• Switchable Tube/Solid Statedrive control• Optimized and wellbalanced 4 band EQ• Floating balanced XLR outputwith speaker simulator• 650 W output powerinto 2 ohmsThe EBS TD650 is a real powerhouse, withincredible sound and features. Equipped with veryeffective and useful filters it is extremely versatileand suited to any venue - whatever and whereveryou play, the TD650 will always rock the house.HD350TD650Input Impedance 1 Mohms 1 MohmsFrequency Response 35 – 20.000 Hz 35 – 20.000 HzCompression Ratio 3:1 3:1Tone Controls: Bass +/- 15 dB @ 100 Hz Bass +/- 15 dB @ 100 HzMid +/- 12 dB @ 50 –3.000 Hz Mid +/- 12 dB @ 50 –3.000 HzTreble +/- 15 dB @ 4 kHzTreble +/- 15 dB @ 4 kHzBright -0 / +20 dB @ 10 kHzBright -0 / +20 dB @ 10 kHzDrive Control Gain 0 – 30 dB 0 – 30 dBDrive type: Solid State Solid State or TubeOther Features: Character filter, Character filter,Phantom power,Phantom power,Effects loop and Bal outputEffects loop and Bal outputSpeaker Impedance 2 -8 ohms 2 -8 ohmsCont. Output Power 300 W RMS 530 W RMSDynam. Output Power 350 W RMS 650 W RMSDimensions (W x D x H): 19” x 13” x 2U(48 cm x 33 cm x 13 cm) 19” x 14” x 3U(48 cm x36 cm x 13 cm)Weight 9 kg / 20 lbs. 12 kg / 27 lbs.


The Fafner has a tube-armed preamp, and is the choiceof rock professionals all over the world.FEATURES|• Class A tube overdrive/distorsion• Easy to use filter sectionwith Hi and Lo boost filters• Floating balanced XLR output• 620 W output power into 2 ohmsThis good-looking, unmistakable amp isexceptionally easy to use. Equipped with anaccelerated MOSFET poweramp, it delivers anawesome 620 watts of clear articulate sound.This classy tube-armed head will simply blowyou away.FAFNERInput Impedance 1 MohmsFrequency Response 35 – 20.000 HzCompression Ratio 3:1Tone Controls: Bass +/- 15 dB @ 100 HzMid +/- 12 dB @ 50 – 2.000 Hz,Treble +/- 15 dB @ 5 kHzBright -0 / +20 dB @ 10 kHzDrive Control Gain 0 – 30 dBDrive type:TubeOther Features: Hi and Lo boost filters,Phantom power,Effects loop and Bal outputSpeaker Impedance 2 -8 ohmsCont. Output Power 500 W RMSDynam. Output Power 620 W RMSDimensions (W x D x H): 19” x 10” x 3U(48 cm x 25 cm x 13 cm)Weight11 kg / 24 lbs.


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Natural, uncoloured sound withexcellent response and high outputhandling is the inspiration behindour ProLine speaker cabinets.The Natural Choice. Built with the finest quality13-ply Finnish Birch, these speaker cabinets radiatethe natural tones created by the technology thatprecedes them.Sounds Like Your Bass. Transparency, balanceand natural warmth characterize the EBS ProLinespeaker sound. Eight different cabinet models allownumerous combinations, making it easy to createyour own ‘signature’ sound.Available models: EBS-210 EBS-300 EBS-410Configuration: 2x10” + 2” 1x15” + 2” 4x10” + 2”Output: 400W RMS 400W RMS 800W RMSImpedance: 4 ohms 4 ohms 4 ohmsFrequency response: 70 -18.000 Hz 50 - 18.000 Hz 70 - 18.000 HzSensitivity: 99 dB 100 dB 102 dBDimensions (W x D x H): 23” x 17” x 15” 23” x 17” x 20” 23” x 17” x 27”58 x 44 x 39 cm 58 x 44 x 51 cm 58 x 44 x 69 cmWeight: 26 kg/57 lbs 28 kg/62 lbs 41 kg/90 lbs


Speaker CabinetsFEATURES|• The cabinets are built with thefinest quality 13-ply FinnishBirch and covered with a tear,smear, cigarette, wine andbeer resistant felt• A rubber suspended, handwovenchromed steel grillprotects the speaker coneswithout muffling the sound• All cabinets are equippedwith Neutrik® SPEAKONconnectors for the bestpossible contact betweenspeaker and amplifier• All cabinets have incorporatedfaders for precise control ofthe 2” Titanium super tweeter.• For easier transport the bigrigs have two heavy-dutyback wheels with top and sidehandles• EBS ProLine cabinets havea five year limited warranty,thanks to the excellent qualityand workmanship• Matching rack cases in3U and 4U available’The bottom end is round and punchywithout being muddy. The mids and highsare just right, not to bright and not to dull.You get a great bass sound from them.’- Warren McRae, Tina Turner World TourManufactured withexcellent workmanship,advanced technology andhigh quality materials,these cabinets provide anatural and uncolouredsound with great response.EBS-212 EBS-115 EBS-610 EBS-810 EBS-4122x12” + 2” 1x15” + 2” 6x10” + 2” 8x10” + 2” 4x12” + 2”400W RMS 400W RMS 900W RMS 1200W RMS 800W RMS4 ohms 4 ohms 3 ohms 4 (2 on request) 4 (2 on request)30 - 18.000 Hz 35 - 3.000 Hz 70 - 18.000 Hz 70 - 18.000 Hz 30 - 18.000 Hz96 dB 100 dB 103 dB 105 dB 99 dB23” x 17” x 27” 23” x 17” x 27” 23” x 17” x 37” 23” x 17” x 49” 23” x 17” x 49”58 x 44 x 69 cm 58 x 44 x 69 cm 58 x 44 x 95 cm 58 x 44 x 124 cm 58 x 44 x 124 cm34 kg/76 lbs 32 kg/71 lbs 58 kg/130 lbs 68 kg/151 lbs 61 kg/135 lbs


The NeoLine speakers are the solution for all demanding situations,where high power handling, together with unmatched performanceis required; all in a wonderfully lightweight cabinet.Less weight and more power. The NeoLine cabinets are capable ofhandling the most demanding levels of sound. They are packed with thelatest innovations in speaker cabinet design, for bass players looking forextraordinary sonic qualities and power. Every EBS NeoLine speaker cabinetis made from truly tonal, lightweight, spruce plywood. Equipped with 3rdgeneration Neodymium speakers, these cabinets have superior, dynamic rangeand unbeatable power handling throughout the entire frequency spectrum tosatisfy even the most demanding bass player.The amazingly compact NEO-110 and 112 cabinets are the lightest inthe entire range of EBS enclosures. Offering super versatility, these cabinetshave a sprung lever fitted to enable the ’tilt’ function, makingthem perfect for both stage and studio work.Available models: NEO-110 NEO-112 NEO-210 NEO-212Configuration: 1x10” + 2” 1x12” + 2” 2x10” + 2” 2x12” + 2”Output: 250W RMS 300W RMS 500W RMS 600W RMSImpedance: 8 ohms 8 ohms 4 ohms 4 ohmsFrequency response: 50-18.000 Hz 50-18.000 Hz 50-18.000 Hz 40-18.000 HzSensitivity: 99 dB 100 dB 102 dB 103 dBDimensions (W x D x H): 19” x 13” x 13” 19” x 13” x 15” 23” x 17” x 15” 23” x 17” x 24”49 x 34 x 34 cm 49 x 34 x 37 cm 58 x 44 x 39 cm 58 x 44 x 61 cmWeight: 11 kg/24 lbs 12 kg/27 lbs 19 kg/42 lbs 24 kg/53 lbs


Speaker CabinetsFEATURES|• Made from truly tonal andlightweight spruce plywood• Available in mini size(NEO-110 & NEO-112)• All cabinets are equippedwith extremely efficient 3rdgeneration Neodymiumspeakers• A rubber suspended, handwovenblack lacquered steelgrill protects the speaker coneswithout muffling the sound• All cabinets are equipped withNeutrik® SPEAKON connectorsfor the best possible contactbetween speaker and amplifier• All cabinets have incorporatedfaders for precise control of the2” Titanium tweeter• The speakers are covered with atear, smear, cigarette, wine andbeer resistant felt• All EBS NeoLine cabinets havea five year limited warranty,thanks to the excellent qualityand workmanship• Matching rack cases in2U, 3U and 4U availableThe new NeoLine 810 cabinet was originally built forSwedish metal bass players Peter Iwers of In Flamesand Jonas Björler of the Haunted. The cabinet isincredibly tight, loud and lightweight and must beevery touring bass players dream!NEO-115 NEO-410 NEO-8101x15” + 2” 4x10” + 2” 8x10” + 2”300W RMS 1000W RMS 2000W RMS4 ohms 4 ohms 4 ohms35-18.000 Hz 50-18.000 Hz 70 - 18.000 Hz100 dB 105 dB 108 dB23” x 17” x 24” 23” x 17” x 27” 23” x 17” x 49”58 x 44 x 61 cm 58 x 44 x 69 cm 58 x 44 x 124 cm20 kg/44 lbs 32 kg/71 lbs 54 kg / 119 lbs


Designed to fit into any vintagebackline with a classic andpowerful sound. Now expandedwith the ClassicLine 810 and 212speaker cabinets!The Classic Line speaker cabinets offer EBSprofessional sound quality in a classic outfit tosatisfy those who prefer a vintage look of their bassequipment. The ClassicLine makes EBS great basssound available to every bass player!The sound of the ClassicLine cabinets isreminiscent of the EBS ProLine cabinets with a littlewarmer and rounder character that adds a vintagetouch. These are powerful cabinets that will makedemanding bass players satisfied. All cabinets areequipped with a 2” tweeter with a fader incorporatedin the cabinet for maximum sound control.A complete line of Classic speaker cabinets is nowavailable with the latest additions of the CL-212 fullrange cabinet and the massive CL-810 cabinet.


Speaker CabinetsFEATURES|• Vintage outfit• Made of multi-laminated plywood• Coated by vinyl, front coveredwith cloth• Incorporated fader for tweeter providemaximum sound control• Comes with casters• Neutrik® Speakon connectors forbest possible contact• Matching rack cases in 3U and 4UavailableFor easier transport the CL-810 cabinetis equipped with two heavy-duty backwheels, skids on the back, top and sidehandles.Totally versatile and precise, with somuch power, topped by a great sleeklook. - John Calabrese, Danko JonesAvailable models: CL-410 CL-212 CL-810Configuration: 4x10” + 2” 2x12” + 2” 8x10” + 2”Output: 500W RMS 500W RMS 1000W RMSImpedance: 4 ohms 4 ohms 4 ohmsFrequency response: 55-18.000 Hz 35-18.000 Hz 55-18.000 HzSensitivity: 99 dB 97 dB 102 dBDimensions (W x D x H): 25” x 16” x 27” 25” x 16” x 27” 25” x 16” x 49”64 x 41 x 68 cm 64 x 41 x 68 cm 64 x 41 x 125 cmWeight: 34 kg/76 lbs 30 kg/66 lbs 55 kg/121 lbs


The EBS NeoGorm bass combos incorporate the collective knowledgeof EBS amplification and speaker engineering, in one unit. Developedto meet the highest demands for the punch and power of a big rig, ina portable cabinet. They won´t let you down.The combination of 350 watts of power, from an amp that is verysimilar to the EBS HD350 bass head, coupled with the super efficient3rd generation Neodymium speakers, create a unit that defines thewhole reason for choosing a combo instead of an amp-cab setup. TheEBS NeoGorm combos incorporates the great knowledge about bassamplification within EBS with the latest speaker technology.The NeoGorm is equipped with some of the best features from theearlier GormET, like the advanced XLR output, the built in compressorand the tubelike character filter. Add to that the new efficientNeodymium speakers and new functions like the effect loop mix-infilter, a Neutrik ® Speakon connector to connect an external 4 ohmscabinet and remote connections to control the drive, mute, characterfilter and EQ section.I want a bass sound that is round, sweet andclear, but that can also be hard and percussive *– Carles Benavent, Paco DeLucia, Chick Corea etc.* From the book ’EBS Professional Bass Equipment – 20 Years’Photo: Lasse Eklöf


Bass CombosFEATURES|• Lightweight and powerful Neodymium speakers• Neutrik ® SPEAKON connector to attach an external 4 ohms cabinet• Compressor/limiter• Drive section• EQ including a BRIGHT filter• Remote connections to control the drive, mute and filters• Effects loop with adjustable mix filter• Balanced output with speaker simulation, ground lift and post EQ filter• 350 W RMS output power• Side and top handles and detachable, lockable castersAvailable Models: NeoGorm 210 NeoGorm 212 NeoGorm 115Frequency Response 50-18.000 Hz 40-18.000 Hz 35-18.000 HzDynamic Output Power 350W RMS 350W RMS 350W RMSContinuous Output Power 300W RMS 300W RMS 300W RMSCabinet Volume (liters) 59 86 73Dimensions (W x D x H): 23”x 15” x 21” 23” x 15” x 28” 23” x 15” x 24”58 x 37 x 52 cm 58 x 37 x 70 cm 58 x 37 x 61 cmWeight 31 kg / 69 lbs 35 kg / 78 lbs 30 kg / 67 lbs


The EBS NeoDrome is equipped with Neodymium speakersfor increased power and less weight. It´s the perfect choice fordemanding gigs on smaller clubs and at rehersal.The EBS NeoDrome 150 W bass combos are equipped with a lightweight and efficient12” or 15” Neodymium speaker. The benefit is a truly compact combo producing anunbelievably loud and distinct bass sound for such a portable unit. The compact formatand exceptional sound qualities makes it very suitable for both electric and acousticinstruments.12” with sprung lever for tilting.15” model with handle and wheels.


Bass CombosFEATURES|• Neodymium speakers• 9 volt Phantom Power System• Compressor/limiter• Built in tube simulator• Stretchable mid control• Bright filter• Tuner output• Floating balanced XLR outputwith built in speaker simulator• Serial or parallel stereo effects loop• Stereo monitor input with Bass Eraser function• Stereo headphones output• EBS unique Silent Cooling System (SCS)• 150 W RMS output powerAvailable Models: NeoDrome 12” NeoDrome 15”Frequency Response 45 - 20.000 Hz 35 - 20.000 HzDynamic Output Power 150W RMS 150W RMSContinuous Output Power 150W RMS 150W RMSCabinet Volume (liters) 28 70Dimensions (W x D x H): 17”x 13”x 19” / 20”x 16”x 24” /44 x 32 x 49 cm 50 x 40 x 61 cmWeight 16 kg / 36 lbs 23 kg / 51 lbs


The Classic bass combos are designed to be user friendly so you canconcentrate on the most important thing, to play.The EBS Drome Classic 150 W bass combo is an easy-to-use bass combo with a vintage look.The cabinet is made by multilaminated plywood, coated by vinyl. The speaker is carefully selected tocreate a classic bass sound that does the job in any situation. A sprung lever enables the combo to betilted in an angle that provides better bass monitor on stage.FEATURES|• Carefully Selected 12” speakerand tweeter• 9 volt Phantom Power System• Compressor/limiter• Built in tube simulator• Stretchable mid control• Bright filter• A sprung lever enables thecombo to betilted in an angled position• Floating balanced XLR• Effects loop• Line out• Stereo headphones output• 150 W RMS output power


Bass CombosThe new EBS Classic Session 60 is a60 W tiltback style bass combo. The cabinetis made by solid MDF, coated by vinyl andbuilt to provide extra bass reflex to a levelnot heard in such a small amp before. Theamp is basically a scaled down Classic 450head, with a preshape EQ that providesgreat tone right from the start. The monitorstereo input makes it the perfect companionfor students or musicians that need apractice amp. Still it delivers enoughpower to handle a club gig.FEATURES|• EQ Character filter• Carefully Selected 10” speakerand tweeter• Tiltback construction• Balanced XLR-output• Line out• Stereo monitor input• Stereo headphones output• 60 W RMS output powerAvailable Models: Classic Drome 12” Classic Session 60Frequency Response 60 - 20.000 Hz 60 Hz – 18.000 HzDynamic Output Power 150W RMS 60 W RMSContinuous Output Power 150W RMS 60 W RMSCabinet Volume 28 L 20 LDimensions (W x D x H): 20”x 17”x 12” / 14.8” x 15.6” x 13.5” /43 x 31 x 50 cm 37,6 x 39,5 x 34,3 cmWeight 18 kg / 40 lbs 16 kg / 36 lbs


Photo: Mike BrooksFor the first time in our 20 year history, EBS has released a signatureproduct. Who could be more suitable to honour than bass legend,Stanley Clarke?Stanley Clarke, one of the worlds’ most iconicand innovative bass players think twice before heput his name on a product. Being one of the mostdemanding players, with a distinctive tone anda clear idea of how it should sound, we all knewwhat to expect. A unique pedal design that satisfieshis exacting standards with the most delicious wahwah effects imaginable.This unique pedal design evolved throughcollaborative effort with Thomas Lieber of theSpellbinder Corp. USA and Stanley Clarke.It is the first ever EBS product we let an artistput his name on. Enjoy!Photo: Lasse Eklöf


Effects & PedalsFEATURES|• Flexible footswitch for Wah-wah/Bypassor Wah-Wah/Volume control• Low-Pass, High-Pass, Band-Passand Boosted Band-Pass modes• Extended frequency range• Variable band width• True bypassEBS Stanley Clarke Signature Wah WahNominal Input Level- 8 or -20 dBv (active/passive)Input Impedance1 MohmsPedal ModesWah or VolumeFrequensy Response+3/-3 dB 20 - 20.000 HzFilter Center Frequency Range50 - 12.500 HzFilter Q min/max 4.5 / 16Filter ModeLow, Band, Boosted Band, and High PassOutput Impedance200 ohmsTrue BypassYesDimensions (L x W x H)10.6” x 3.7” x 3.0” (270 x 95 x 75 mm)Weight1.8 kg (4 lbs.)Power Requirements9 V DC Regulated, 25 mA max.


The EBS Black Label Pedals will add new dimensions to your sound.Designed for bass players but favoured by many guitarists. Thesepedals work silently while preserving the low range.FEATURES|• Suitable both for studio and live use• Compact, robust and easy-to-use• Built for bass, great for guitar, keysetc., supremely adaptable• True bypass (since 2008)EBS Black Label pedals have a solid reputationamong working musicians for their reliabilityand sound. These high quality effects are simplythe natural choice for any serious player. Thelatest edition uses true bypass techniques andinclude updated components for improved overallperformance.This year sees the premiere of no less than twonew effects within the Black Label Pedal series – theMetalDrive, built on a customized MultiDrive madefor bass player John Moyer of Disturbed, and theDphaser, that offer traditional Phaser effects inthe compact outfit of a Black Label Pedal, madepossible through the use of DSP technique.The MetalDrive pedal is inspired by a customizedMultiDrive made for bass player John Moyer ofDisturbed. Photo: Daniel Falk


Effects & PedalsThe EBS MetalDrive deliver high-gaindistortion for use in modern metal music, andother music styles that call for a mean distortedsound. The MetalDrive is based on a customizedMultiDrive made for bass player John Moyer ofDisturbed.High-GainDistortionThe EBS DPhaser offers three very distinctand different phaser effects. Select everythingfrom classical 70’s sounds up to hyper modernswarling phasing effects. The pedal is built withhighest quality components and uses 24-bit digitalprocessing circuitry for outstanding performanceon stage and in the recording studio. In additionyou can set a lot of parametersfor fine tuningyour sound.Digital Triple ModePhase ShifterThe EBS TremoLo gives you the choice of thevintage tremolo sound or sweeping filter effects.The sweep character can be selected from achoice of three different waveforms; sine, squareand saw-tooth waveforms. The EBS TremoLo pedaluses true bypass techniques and operates in monoor true stereo with autopanning of thetremolo effect.Triple TremoloControllerGuitar Player Editors’ Pick in March2008 tremolo pedal roundup.TECHNICAL INFO AT WWW.EBSSWEDEN.COM


Effects & PedalsThe EBS OctaBass analog octave divider addsa new dimension to your sound. It creates a singlenote one octave below the pitch of the playednote. Control the level of the original tone and mixin the octave effect. Choose between High, Midor Low range. The 2008 edition uses true bypasstechniques and triggers better than ever!Triple ModeOctave DividerThe EBS MultiComp is a high performance,analog compressor pedal, with a choice betweensolid state, tube simulation and multi-bandcompression, featuring an active/passive filter.The 2008 edition uses true bypass techniques.True Dual BandCompressorThe EBS MultiDrive is an overdrive pedal.This is the pedal to spice up your sustain! Capableof producing sustain, overdrive and many otheruseful ”tube amp” distortion sounds. The 2008edition uses true bypass techniques.UniversalOverdrive PedalTECHNICAL INFO AT WWW.EBSSWEDEN.COM


Effects & PedalsThe EBS BassIQ is an analog envelope filterpedal that is triggered by the notes you play. Theresults are the funkiest and most responsive soundsin a stomp box. The BassIQ feature controls forthreshold and attack, and runs in three differentmodes, Hi-Q, Up and Down. The 2008 editionuses true bypass techniques.TripleEnvelope FilterThe EBS UniChorus provide studio qualityChorus, Flange and Pitch Modulation effects.This pedal is built with the best analog processingcircuitry available. The 2008 edition use truebypass techniques.Analog SignalProcessingThe EBS DynaVerb, provides eight differentstereo digital reverb effects, from Rooms, toPlates, to Halls. This pedal uses a complete new24-bit digital processing circuitry for outstandingperformance. The 2008 edition uses true bypasstechniques.High DynamicsStereo ReverbTECHNICAL INFO AT WWW.EBSSWEDEN.COM


FEATURES |• Versatile two channel preamp• Use one or two basses• Five different filters• Tube simulator• Effects loop with mix control• Flexible drive control• Balanced output withspeaker simulator• Headphone output• Battery low indicator• Four different powering modesThe EBS MicroBass II has all your‘bassic’ needs in a little box.A professional 2-ChannelPreamp/DI-box that will securea great sound on every gig.The MicroBass II preamp is the bass players’swiss army knife’. A D.I. box, pre-amp plus A/Bswitching via pre-selected EQ and level controls.This highly sophisticated toolbox is a guaranteethat no matter what playing situation may occur orwhat other equipment you have to use, your basssound will not be compromised.


Effects & Pedals’It’s a preamp! It’s an A/B box! It’s a DI! It’s an overdrive! It’s a headphoneamp! It’s two pounds! It’s Superswede! The MicroBass II is oneof the most feature-packed stomp-boxes around.’- Bass Player MagazineEBS MicroBassIINominal Input Level- 8 dBvInput Impedance 10 Mohms (Ch A), 1 Mohms (Ch B)Output Impedance10 kohmsFrequency Response+0 / -3 dB, 20 – 20 kHzTone ControlsBass +/- 15 dB @ 100 HzTreble +/- 15 dB @ 10 kHz shelvingBright + 12 dB @ 10 kHz,15dB gainMidrange +/- 12 dB, 50 –2.000 Hz ,Q=0.80Edge +/- 12 dB @ 7 kHzBoost ControlGain 0 – 30 dBDrive ControlGain 0 – 35 dBDimensions (L x W x H)4.3” x 6.0” x 2.3” (110 x 153 x 58 mm)Weight875g (1.95 lb.)Power Requirements9 V DC Regulated, 10 mA


Everything from the original classicsto the modern wah-wah sounds canbe created with warmth and depththrough the EBS WahOne.The EBS WahOne is a versatilewah-wah pedal designed specificallyto enhance your bass groove. With aneasy dial-in design the choice is yours- use it as a wah-wah, envelope filteror volume pedal. The 2008 editioncomes with a new improved switch anda black footboard due to environmentalrecommendations about the use ofchrome.FEATURES |• Wah-wah and Volume pedal in one• Select wah-wah or envelopefilter character• Equipped with awarded”tubesim” circuitry• Extremely wide frequency range• Possible reversed pedal action• True bypassEBS WahOneNominal Input Level- 8 or - 20 dBv(active/passive)Input Impedance1 MohmsPedal ModesWah or VolumeFilter Frequency Range75 – 3.500 HzFilter Q, min / max 4.5 / 16Filter ModeLow or Band PassTrue BypassYesDimensions (L x W x H): 10.6” x 3.7” x 3.0” /270 x 95 x 75 mmWeight1.8 kg (4 lbs.)Power Requirements9 V DC Regulated,25 mA


’...stunning classic bass tones in a pedal, amazing.’- James LoMenzo, MegadethThe EBS ValveDrive providesthe choice from the classic andtraditional warm tube sounds, up tohard and crunchy tube distortion.The EBS ValveDrive, class A tubepedal, can be used as an overdrive/distortion effect or as a preamp forwarming up a solid state amp sound.A classic concept refined and deliveredin a compact good looking package.FEATURES |• Use as preamp or overdrive pedal• Vintage or modern tube sound• All musical high grade tube design• Classic style passive filters• Class A tube overdrive pedal• Designed for best bass response• True bypassEBS ValveDriveNominal Input Level- 8 or - 16 dBv(active/passive)Input Impedance1 MohmsFrequency Response, +0 / -3 dB 35 - 20k HzGain Range-oo/+26 dBBass Filter Range15 dB < 80 HzMiddle Filter Range12 dB @ 400 HzTreble Filter Range6 dB @ 5 kHzOutput Impedance> 500 kohmsTrue BypassYesDimensions (L x W x H) 6.5” x 5.3” x 3.0” /165 mm x 135 mm x 75 mmWeight1.0 kg (2.2 lbs.)Power Requirements12 V AC, 500 mA,Power supply included


It’s the little things that make a big difference and the EBSAccessories give you all the essential extras to keep going.The EBS AD-9. To keep you powered up the EBSAD-9 universal stabilized power supply can handle allvoltages, wherever you are in the world and designedfor use with almost every pedal on the market. Thisamazing little unit is available with a 230V or 110Vpower plug. The output is short circuit protected andgives clean and hum free power.The Power Split cables distribute the power froman AD-9 to up to six pedals.Specially designed interconnection1/4”-plugs allow you to tighten up your pedalboard and to connect your EBS pedals to other pedalbrands.AD-91DC 2/4/62PL-20PL-101. A DC-split cable distribute power from the AD-9 to morethan one pedal. 2. PL-10 plugs tighten up the setup. PL-20can be used when connecting EBS pedals with other brands.


AccessoriesProLine/NeoLine RackSpeaker cables. Speakon – Speakon alt. ¼” plugcables. EBS Triple ”S” speaker cables (2 x 4 mm 2 ).Our rack cases are made to match our speakercabinet liness. Available in 2*, 3 or 4 units height,they are designed to fit and match our speakersperfectly. Complete with front and back cover toprotect your amplifier.* 2 units rack case only available as compact racks,made to match the NeoLine mini size 110 and 112cabinets, as seen below.Compact Rack for NeoLine mini cabinetsClassicLine Rack


EBS Northern Light Bass Strings are designed for comfort, long lifeand to hold their tuning. A total bass concept wouldn’t be completewithout the primary sound source, closest to you and your fingers…the strings. The EBS Northern Light Bass Strings are the perfectinterface between your ideas and your beloved bass.Stainless Steel Strings. Our premium gradeStainless Steel strings are the result of many yearsof Swedish expertise in metallurgy. The “NorthernLight” Stainless Steel strings are available in sets of4, 5, and 6, in many gauges. Setting new standardsin playability, durability and sound, they are thechoice of the “no compromise” bass player.All EBS Stainless Steel strings are long scale to fitmost bass guitars and for better tuning abilities.Stainless Steel Strings 4 strings 5 strings 6 stringsLight Bass 40, 60, 75, 95Medium Light 40, 60, 80, 100 +125 +25Classic Medium 45, 65, 85, 105 +128 +30Heavy Bass 50, 70, 90, 110


Bass StringsJohn Calabrese of Danko Jonesplays EBS Titanium Nickel Strings...Other gear: EBS Classic 450/TD 650 heads,ClassicLine cabinets & EBS pedalsPhoto: Peter OreviFEATURES |• Premium Grade Stainless Steel or Titanium Nickel• Steel Strings available in 4, 5 & 6 strings set• Titanium Nickel Strings available in 4 & 5 strings set• All strings are ‘Long Scale’Titanium Nickel Strings. Our new TitaniumNickel strings are designed in close co-operationwith some of the worlds best bass players tocreate strings with total comfort, tuning abilitiesand long life.The “Northern Light” Titanium Nickel strings areavailable in sets of 4 and 5 in Classic Mediumand Medium Light gauges, and sets of 4 inHeavy Bass gauge.All EBS Titanium Nickel strings are long scale to fitmost bass guitars and for better tuning abilities.Titanium Nickel Strings 4 strings 5 stringsMedium Light 40, 60, 80, 100 +125Classic Medium 45, 65, 85, 105 +128Heavy Bass 50, 70, 90, 110


EBS ARTISTSVictor Bailey - Session Great Carles Benavent - Bass Artist Johan Bengtsson - The Sounds Jonas Björler - The HauntedKern Brantley - Session Great Victor Broden - Session Great John Calabrese - Danko Jones Michael Choi - MikaKeith Duffy - The Corrs Colin Edwin - Porcupine Tree Bjorn Englen - Yngwie Malmsteen Ola Flink - SoilworkAlex Acanda (ES/CUB)............................................................Jerry Gonzalez and La HúngaraAlex Al (US)................................................................. Stevie Wonder, Christina Aguilera, etc.Miguel Amado (PR) ......................................................... Andre Sardet, Fausto, Lucia MonizSimon Andersson (SWE).........................................................................ex.Pain Of SalvationJim Anton (US)..................................................................................................... Jonny LangArchzie (Fin) .........................................................................................................the 69EyesBonny G. Assan (GE)........................................................................................Thomas GodojKeith Axelson (US)......................................................................................Burgundy CurtainAnders Backelin(Swe) ..........................................................................................Lord BelialVictor Bailey (US)..............................................................................................Session GreatTamás Barabás (HU)......................................................................Bass Player and ComposerLorenzo Barriendos (ES)...................................................................................IndependentAlex Bedmar (ES)....................................................................................................Hora ZulúStephane Beguier (FR)........................................................................................ AkphaezyaCarles Benavent (ES).............................................................. Chick Corea, Paco de Lucía etc.Johan Bengtsson (SWE).......................................................................................The SoundsJonas Björler (SWE)............................................................................................the HauntedAndreas Blomqvist (SWE).............................................................................Seventh WonderKern Brantley (US)............................................................Destiny´s Child, Ciara, P Diddy etc.Victor Broden (SWE/US)....................................... LeAnn Rimes, Taylor Hicks, Luna Halo etc.Tommy Brown (US)................................................Narada Michael Walden, Patty Austin etc.Arnaud Buffon (FR).............................................................................................Body FluidsJohn Calabrese (CAN)........................................................................................ Danko JonesJuan Carlos Díaz (ES)........................................................................Fundación Tony ManeroStéphane Castry (FR)............................................................................. Angelique Kidjo, etc.Don Chandler (UK)..............................................................................................Craig DavidMichael Choi (UK)......................................................................................................... MIKATobias Christiansson (SWE) ................................................................................DismemberJackie Clark (US) ....................................................Angie Stone, Glenn Jones, Nell Carter etc.Gina Collins (UK) ........................................................................................ex-McQueen etc.Gavin Cooper (UK) .......................................................................... Statetrooper, Bob CatleyLaurence Cottle (UK) ............................................................Sting, Cher, Black Sabbath, etc.Michael Cusick (UK) ...................................................................................... Lady SovereignYuri Daniel (PT/BRA) .........................................................Jan Garbarek Group, ydBand etc.Lars ’Larry’ Danielsson (DK)............................................................................IndependentJonas Danielsson (SWE)......................................................................................Jill JohnsonKenny Davis (US)................................................................The Tonight Show, Barry ManilowJesus Diaz Benjumea (ES)..................................................................... Martires Del CompasKeith Duffy (IRE) .....................................................................The Corrs, Ronan Keating, etc.Sebastian Dürre (GE)............................................................................................ DeichkindColin Edwin (UK)............................................................................................. Porcupine TreeBjorn Englen (SWE/US) .....................................................................Yngwie Malmsteen etc.Mats ”Mackan” Englund (SWE)............................................................... Mats Ronander etc.Henrik Eriksson (SWE) ..............................................................................................MemfisCarlos Escobedo (ES)........................................................................................... Sôber , etc.Benny ’B-Force’ Fors (SWE)..............................................................................Dark FuneralOla Flink (SWE)........................................................................................................SoilworkFull (JPN)..................................................................................................................NicotineJesús Gabaldón (ES) ...................................................................................Seguridad SocialRinus Gerritsen (NL).......................................................................................Golden EarringIñigo Goldaracena (ES)............................................................. Manolo García, Revolver etc.Kristen Grove Band (US/IT).....................................................................Kristen Grove BandAlex Grube (GE) ................................................................................... Sarah Brightman etc.Hank (SWE) .......................................................................................................Whyte SeedsAdam Hector (SWE) .................................................................................................... BulletAugusto Hernandez (ES)........................................................................................... HamletNiko del Hierro (ES)................................................................................................ SaratogaOmar Ibrahim (GE) .................................................................... Joe Cocker, Kate Hall, LaFeeMikel Irazoki (ES) .........................................................................Papitour, Miguel Bosé etc.Mika Itäranta(SWE)............................................................................................Astral DoorsPeter Iwers (SWE) .................................................................................................. InFlamesJay-Tee (NL) ......................................................................................................IndependentAndreas Johansson(SWE)....................................................................................Raised FistPal Johnson (SWE) ..................................................................................Victoria Tolstoy etc.


Full - Nicotine Mikel Irazoki - Papitour Peter Iwers - In Flames Aaron Julison - Kid RockFredrik Larsson - Hammerfall John Marcus - Tim McGraw Etienne Mbappé - Bass Artist Warren McRae - Tina TurnerOrefo - Anastacia, Sugababes Tyson Ritter - All American Rejects Kevin Walker - Justin Timberlake Tal Wilkenfeld - Jeff Beck, SoloAnders Jonsson (SWE) .......................................................................... Louise Hoffsten, etc.Aaron Julison (US) .................................................................................................. Kid RockNathaniel Kearney, Jr (US)....................................................................Kurt Carr, Jodeci etc.Oscar Kempe (SWE) .............................................................................................NeverstoreBooker King (US) ..............................................................Paul Simon, Kelis, Lyla Downs etc.Lucy LaLoca (US/GE)....................................................................................Tito & TarantulaBJ ”Berra” Laneby (SWE)........................................................................................ MILLIONFredrik Larsson (SWE)........................................................................................ HammerfallJesper Liveröd (SWE) ................................................................................................... BurstSalva Lopez (ES)....................................................................................................ComplicesDan Lundholm (SWE/UK)..........................................................................Will & The PeopleHenke Lönn (SWE)................................................................................................ HellfueledFernando Mainer (ES).......................................................................... Tako and Jorge SalanJohn Marcus (US) ......................................................................................Tim McGraw BandDave Marks (IRE) .............................................................Carl Palmer, London BI teacher etc.Javier Martín (ES) ................................................................. Ojos de Brujo, bajista de sesiónMariano Martos (ES)................................................................................................ ChicueloEtienne Mbappé (FR)......................................John McLaughlin, Steps Ahead, Su La Take etc.Warren McRae (US).......................................................................Tina Turner, Joe Cocker etcByron Miller (US)............................................................. Jennifer Lopez, Carlos Santana etc.Charlie Moreno (ES) .............................................................Chuck Loeb, Joel Rosenblatt etc.Barak Mori (ISR)...........................................................Benny Green, Peter Cincotti Band etc.Anders Mossberg (SWE) .......................................................................................JerusalemRoberto Mårdstam (SWE)............................................................................................ScottsJesajah Mårskog (SWE) ............................................................Veronica Maggio, Vincent etcNi~ya (JPN) ........................................................................................................ NightmareTomas Näslund (SWE) ........................................................................................... BlindsideMattias Norrman (SWE) ....................................................................................... KatatoniaJohan Olsson (SWE) .......................................................................................Blinded ColonyOrefo (UK) ...........................................................................................Anastacia, SugababesStig Pedersen (DK) .....................................................................................................D.A.D.Anders Pirinen (SWE) ......................................................................................Sub Five, etc.Mason Pitts (US/SWE)........................................................................................Apollo DriveAntonio Ramos ”Maca” (ES) .............................................................................. Ketama etc.Jonas Reingold (SWE)....................................................................................... Flower KingsSamir Remila (FR)....................................................................................................... ArkanLars Risberg (SWE).................................................................Robert Wells Rhapsody In RockTyson Ritter (US).............................................................................. the All-American RejectsEric Sainte-Croix (FR)................................................................................... Banane MétalikPeter Samuelsson (SWE) .......................................................................................BarbadosPer Schelander (SWE)..............................................................Pain Of Salvation, Royal HuntKenneth Seil (SWE) ....................................................................................... Scar SymmetryChyco Simeon (FR).............................................................................................IndependentJJ Smith (US).........................................................................................................Jamie FoxxPeter Sonntag (GE)........................................................................................Final Virus, etc.Asger Steenholdt (DK) ................................................................. Big Fat Snake, AphrodesiaJan-Olof Strandberg (FIN) ...................................................................................Solo ArtistChrister Stålbrandt (SWE) ....................................................................................NovemberDave Swift (UK) ................................................................................................Jools HollandDwayne Thomas Jr (US)....................................................................................IndependentTimo Tolonen (FIN) ................................................................................. Leningrad CowboysTommy Tordsson (SWE)...................................................................... ex.Mats/Morgan BandKevin Walker (US) .................................................................... Justin Timberlake, Prince etc.UFO Walter (GE) ..............................................................................Randy Hansen Band etc.Javier Vela (ES) ..................................................................Seguridad Social, Girasoules, etc.Jose”Joey” Vera (ES) ...................................................................................................JVeraAnders Waldermarsson (SWE)..............................................................................The BonesHazze Wazeen (SWE)........................................................................................IndependentClaes Wikander (SWE) ....................................................................................... Crystal EyesTal Wilkenfeld (AUS).......................................................................... Jeff Beck, Chick CoreaLennart ”Z” Zethzon (SWE)..................................................................Clifftones, Dry WeaveJocke Ågren (SWE) ..............................................................................Carola, Blue Eyes SoulChrister ”Capman” Örtefors (SWE) .................................................................Freak Kitchen


EBS PEDAL ARTISTSAdam Blackstone - Kanye WestPhil Chen - The DoorsStanley Clarke - Bass LegendRoger Glover - Deep PurplePete Griffin - Zappa Plays ZappaMr. Hardgroove - Public EnemyTony Levin - Peter GabrielJames LoMenzo - MegadethJustin Meldal-Johnsen - NINGary Moore - Guitar LegendJohn Moyer - DisturbedVivi Rama - Will.i.am, Macy GrayGeorge Porter Jr. - The MetersAnders Iwers - TiamatWill Davies - Attack! Attack!Roy Z - Halford, Bruce DickinsonMårten Andersson (US/SWE) - Bass.................................................................Lizzy BordenAl Barrow (UK) - Bass..............................................................................................MagnumAdam Blackstone (US) - Bass..............................................................................Kanye WestOscar Cartaya (US) - Bass...............................................................................Spyro Gyra etc.Al Carty (US) - Bass..................................................................................................... T-PainPhil Chen (US) - Bass.................................................. The Doors, Jeff Beck, Rod Stewart, etc.Chris Childs (UK) - Bass........................................................................................... ThunderStanley Clarke (US)............................................................................................ Bass legendBarend Courbois (NL) - Bass..........................................................................Vengeance etc.Sharlee D’Angelo (SWE) - Bass...........................................................................Arch EnemyWill Davies (UK) - Bass.................................................................................. Attack! Attack!Gayle Ann Dorsey (US)......................................................... David Bowie, Gwen Stefani etc.Josh Dunham (US) - Bass ...........................................................................................PrinceRoger Glover(UK) - Bass................................................................................... Deep PurplePete Griffin (US) - Bass........................................................................... Zappa Plays ZappaTony Grey (US) - Bass............................................. John McLaughlin, Miles Davis, Sting, etc.Tony Hall (US) - Bass ................................ EmmyLou Harris, Bob Dylan, Trey Anastacio BandMr. Hardgroove - Bass .....................................................................................Public EnemyAnders Iwers (SWE) - Bass ........................................................................................ TiamatLasse Johansson (SWE) - Guitar........................................................................CandlemassTony Levin (US/UK) - Bass ................................................... Peter Gabriel, King Crimson etcJames LoMenzo (US) - Bass ................................................................................. MegadethDick Lövgren (SWE) - Bass ................................................................................ MeshuggahMichael Malmgren (SWE)- Bass ............................................................ Bo Kaspers OrkesterJustin Meldal-Johnsen (US) - Bass...................................................... Beck, Nine Inch NailsMarco Mendoza (US) - Bass ....................................................... Straitjackets, Thin Lizzy etcDanny Miranda (US) - Bass ............................... Paul Rodgers & Queen, Blue Oyster Cult etc.Anders Modd (SWE) - Bass ........................................................................ Wolf, Tad MoroseGary Moore (IRE) - Guitar................................................................................Guitar legendJohn Moyer (US) - Bass...........................................................................................DisturbedJonathan Noyce (US) - Bass ..................................................................................Jethro TullGeorge Porter Jr. (US) - Bass ..............................................................................The MetersRufus Philpot (US) - Bass .......................................................... Planet X, Virgil Donati BandVivi Rama (ARG) - Bass ........................................................................Macy Gray, Will.i.amFrank Romano (US) - Guitar.................................................................. T-Pain, Rob ThomasMagnus Rosén (SWE) - Bass.......................................................................... ex-HammerfallRudy Sarzo (US) - Bass ........................................................................ Dio, Quite Riot, OzzyMike Scott (US) - Guitar............................................................Justin Timberlake, Prince etc.Fred Schneider (FR) - Bass................................................................................IndependentJoel Whitley (US) - Guitar ..............................................................................Stevie WonderChico Willcox (BR) - Bass ..................................................................................IndependentRoy Z (US) - Guitar...........................................Bruce Dickinson, Halford, Tribe Of Gypsies etc.


I refuse to play without EBS MultiCompin my pedalboard. It is essential to my tone.Mike Scott, Lead Guitarist with Justin Timberlake


Peter Iwers, In FlamesGear: EBS Fafner & NeoLine 810Photo: Photo: Daniel Daniel Falk Falk


Johan Bengtsson, The SoundsGear: EBS Classic 450 heads,ClassicLine cabinetsPhoto: Daniel Falk


THE COMPANYSince 1988 EBS Sweden AB has been designing andmanufacturing professional equipment for bass players. Weare all bass players and committed to using our knowledge,expertise and understanding of the instrument to design andproduce the ultimate equipment for your bass guitar.THE BUSINESS IDEAThe idea and concept for EBS is to develop and buildinnovative bass equipment geared towards professional andsemi-professional players, always improving the professionalprofile of EBS.THE KNOWLEDGEBecause of our wide technical knowledge and experience,EBS is capable of satisfying the highest demands regardingsound, performance, transport and safety. Moreover,since we’re all bass players, we keep up to date with thelatest information about events and trends in bass playing,musicians and technology.EBS SWEDEN AB, GRINDSTUVÄGEN 44-46, SE-167 33 BROMMA, SWEDENPHONE: +46-8-735 00 10, FAX: +46-8-735 00 05EBS.INFO@BASS.SE • WWW.EBSSWEDEN.COM

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