The OmniCabSim Mini by DSM Noisemaker gives up all the delights of a
tube amp plus cabinet, in a package that is conscious of the real estate on your pedalboard.
DSM Noisemaker’s OmniCabSim Mini dishes up a wide range of tones, with tube amp flavour and a variety of guitar and bass amp cabinet sizes.
For its diminutive size, the pedal crams in a lot of functionality. The top left knob is used for dialling
Texture, which controls the top end frequency response of the virtual cabinet.
The cabinet switch features
Combo, Stack and Fridge settings. Combined with the Resonance knob an array of guitar and bass tones are at your fingertips.
Amp Gain produces smooth distortion and compression, while Level controls the overall volume of the pedal.
It possesses both a balanced XLR direct output and a jack output which can be switched to either through or affected.
For more information, visit the
DSM Noisemaker website.
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