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Sushi FX - 'Finally' Tube Direct Box

With Bass In Mind Edition

“Over the years my career has evolved at a frantic rate of knots - although there’s been some incredible additions (such as my Signature Overwater bass and Chord Tone Concepts book series) one of the most surprising alteration has actually come in the omittance of ‘traditional’ stage amplification.


There was once a time when a wall of speaker enclosures enveloped my stage silhouette - however, these days I rely almost exclusively on IEM and a single 

full range active monitoring. Without a habitual backline, the importance of specific components in my signal chain has intensified - with my choice in DI boxes proving imperative. It was inevitable that, at some point, the need to work alongside a designer to produce something bespoke would occur. Thankfully, Nathan Slade of ‘Sushi Box FX’ raised to the challenge, with the development of the ‘Finally’ Tube Direct Box, it's a game changer.”

- Philip Mann


Finally...''With Bass In Mind' Edition

The With Bass In Mind edition comes stock with a 12AU7 tube.

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The XLR output has an independent level control on the side of the pedal, so the 1/4″ and XLR outputs can be dialed in separately to suit your needs. Because the Finally v2 is capable of very high output levels, each output also has an internal “attenuation” trimpot to tame the level down to where you need it to be. Need to drive a power amp from your 1/4″ output? Crank the 1/4″ ATTEN trimpot clockwise and you’ll have all the level you need. Running through a sensitive console while going direct? Turn your XLR ATTEN counter-clockwise to dial it back so the external level control is more sensitive.


Finally v2 is equipped with an Unagi Magnetics E4305 D.I. transformer, which was custom-made to Sushi Box’s spec and has an extremely wide frequency response and excellent sensitivity to playing. It was designed specifically for use with tube preamps and was designed with bass in mind, giving a full-range flat response down to 10Hz.

As a tube pedal, Finally v2 requires a high amount of current to operate correctly. I recommend a 9-12VDC power supply capable of delivering at least 400mA. Using less than this can damage the power supply and/or the pedal.

Enclosure size: 4.8 in x 2.64 in x 1.58 in (122 mm x 67 mm x 39.6 mm)

Download the manual here

Tube Direct Box Specifications

Finally v2 is the evolution of the original Finally tube D.I. It takes your unbalanced guitar input and feeds it through a high-voltage tube preamp then out through a high-end DI transformer and out into a balanced XLR output. It has independent Gain and Level controls, so you can dial in some nice dirt if that’s your thing, or you can keep it clean and loud as well. Finally v2 also adds a fixed-frequency switchable high-pass-filter, which rolls off -6dB per octave starting at 90Hz. You also have a 1/4″ output up top, and you can switch between dry passthrough from the input or affected output from the preamp for the 1/4″ output.

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