Mile End Effects Debuts New Ronald Preamp 150
The cheekily named and designed pedal is modeled after the preamp found on Roland's RE-150 Space Echo.
Montreal-based manufacturer Mile End Effects has debuted the cheekily named and designed Ronald Preamp 150 pedal.
Modeled quite faithfully in looks and name after the preamp found on Roland's RE-150 Space Echo, the pedal features OS JFET transistors – just like the RE-150 – and a switchable JFET clean boost.
Its simple control layout features knobs for Output Level and Instrument Volume, and an on/off footswitch. The pedal's bias can also be tweaked via an internal trim pot.
The Mile End Effects Ronald Preamp 150 preamp pedal is available now for $199 CAD (~ $159 USD).
For more info on the pedal, stop by mileendeffects.com (opens in new tab).
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