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Animals Pedal Firewood Acoustic D.I. Effects Pedal   

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Animals Pedal

Expand your sound on stage or in the studio.

The Animals Pedal Firewood Acoustic D.I. is an active D.I. pedal that gives more power to electric and acoustic guitars for both live stage performances and studio recording. Manufactured with an analog discrete circuit, it outputs to a mixer or amp without any loss of subtle expressions.

The three-band equalizer can adjust the tone according to track, venue, guitar or power amp traits. Dissonant frequencies are cut, providing effective feedback suppression. The EQ can be bypassed with a foot switch. The Firewood Acoustic D.I. features sound circuits with abundant headroom, gain control to manage signal output, an effects loop for adding additional pedals, and a balanced XLR output for connecting directly with a mixer or providing phantom power for the unit. There is also a DC out that can power other devices when the D.I. is connected to a direct power source, all of which make the Firewood Acoustic D.I. a versatile useful tool for conveying the crisp, clear tone of your guitar.

All Animals pedals feature artwork by Jonas Claesson, operate on 9v power, feature true-bypass switching, and are made to exacting standards of performance and durability using only the highest quality parts and materials.

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Firewood Acoustic D.I. Effects Pedal Specifications:

  • LEVEL: Adjusts the overall volume
  • LOW: Adjusts the low level by ±15dB centered at 180Hz
  • MID: Adjusts the mid level by ±15dB centered at 800Hz
  • HIGH: Adjusts the high level by ±15dB centered at 3.5kHz
  • GAIN: Adjusts the output level, controlling the saturation of the entire tone
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