HeadRush, the recognized innovator of next- generation guitar products, today announced the imminent availability of their Pedalboard firmware 2.0, which delivers 7 stunning new classic amp models, 160 new HeadRush exclusive cabinet IRs, multiple new FX and greatly-enhanced operational versatility. The Pedalboard has already garnered universal acclaim as the most innovative, player-friendly floorboard guitar FX processor around. The new 2.0 updates are in direct response to requests from HeadRush’s enthusiastic user community and these latest additions will take the Pedalboard’s performance and flexibility to an even higher level.
“We’re all about listening to our customers and we’re very thankful for their support”, said Walter Skorupski, Product Manager for HeadRush. “As great as the Pedalboard is now, it’s only going to get better and better as we continue to respond and incorporate exactly what players want into our products.”
The Pedalboard Firmware 2.0 will be available for free download in early October 2018. Here are the 2.0 details:
• Added 7 new amp models to the Amp category:
65 BLACK PRINCE
65 BLACK PRINCE REV o 66 FLIP BASS
82 LEAD 800 50W
82 LEAD 800 TS MOD
85 M-2 LEAD CAP MOD o 92 TREADPLATE RAW
• Added 160 new HeadRush Exclusive Cab IRs (impulse responses) to the IR category, based on the following cabinets:
BLACK LINE 810 o FAWN 212
TANGERINE 212OB o TANGERINE 412
• Added 4 new FX to the Modulation category:
• Added 2 new FX to the Reverb/Delay category: o SHIMMER
• Enhanced the Setlist feature by adding the following:
Added the ability to group preset rigs into Songs within a setlist
Added two options for viewing setlists on the 7” touch screen during a performance
Added the following options to the Global Settings page:
Added the option to reverse Hybrid View.
Added options to customize the overall color scheme used on the touch screen and LEDs
Delivering premier solutions for active performing and recording guitarists, HeadRush specializes in electronic gear that leaves ‘conventional’ behind, providing new ways to enhance the creative musical process.
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