Providence debuts Bass FX console
Japan’s Providence has launched a new Bass FX console designed as an equalised pre-amp with switchable control over up to four effects pedals.
The BFX-1 contains a buffer circuit employing Providence’s Vitalizer B to minimise tonal degradation from switching and patch wiring in the system, as well as a four band EQ/pre-amp. The Vitalizer circuit converts incoming signals to low impedance, ensuring that no loss in sonic quality occurs during subsequent switching and routing.
The BFX-1 offers four programmable effect loops (3 series + 1 separate) plus effect power in a compact unit measuring only 290 mm wide x 70 mm deep. Up to four combinations of the four loops can be programmed and recalled instantly in the PROGRAM mode. Loop 1 can be used to turn on/off the EQ.
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