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About EskimoBassist

  • Birthday 06/01/1991

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  1. Just purchased a pedal from Darren - very smooth transaction and arrived well packaged. Many thanks again!
  2. I used to have one of these and changed it for a BB preamp instead....the BB might be smaller, but the Fulltone absolutely comes to life with the mosfet, especially if you run it at 18v. Free bump for a top pedal and decent price!
  3. [quote name='IBWT' timestamp='1436032181' post='2814501'] [u][b]FULLTONE BASS-DRIVE MOSFET[/b][/u] This is quite a rare pedal, I've never seen any other for sale on any european Internet forum (just eBay and it goes for about 200£ plus shipping from the USA). It has all the controls of the regular BASS-DRIVE plus a switch for using a MOSFET gain stage instead of the regular one. Great sounding, and as I've said before, quite rare. Crappy demo I did some time ago:[url="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vFdKqpUY7O8"] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vFdKqpUY7O8[/url] [b]Price:[/b] [s]180£[/s][b] 135£[/b] [/quote] I bought one off this very forum, loved it dearly for a few years and then sold it back here too. Great pedal, replaced it with a BB PreAmp in the end, but do miss the switchable second stage. Good luck with the sale, the market rate must have doubled up if it's going for £200 on ebay - it runs very well at 18V too for additional headroom.
  4. [quote name='BigBassBob' timestamp='1440083078' post='2848144'] A while back I mentioned I'd record a demo of the 3Leaf Octabvre. Here it is: [url="https://youtu.be/zpcwUfq5-i4"]https://youtu.be/zpcwUfq5-i4[/url] [/quote] Thanks for the demo - always keeping an eye out on new Octavers and this is certainly a great option.
  5. This looks fantastic! If my EBS MultiComp ever dies, this will be atop the list.
  6. [quote name='Prime_BASS' timestamp='1439732187' post='2845274'] Here we go. [/quote] Liking the BB set up. Love my Preamp, wouldn't get rid of it.
  7. [quote name='rk7' timestamp='1397325340' post='2422887'] It's more of a practical 'gather all my floor stuff in one place' board, than a vast array of freaky sounds. [/quote] If only we could all approach effects like that! I used to have so many silly pedals which were rarely used in songs...but they were lots of fun and I did have space for them.
  8. Great pedal. Replaced mine with a BB Preamp, but always loved this guy. Best of luck with the sale.
  9. WOBO looper, rare as hen's teeth! If I didn't already have one of these I'd be snapping it off you; best of luck with the sale.
  10. [quote name='Roland Rock' timestamp='1385651066' post='2290704'] For the first time ever, I have more than one pedal, so I thought I'd make a mini board: [/quote] He he cute as f##k. Great design work too.
  11. Just to reiterate what everyone else has already said (!) check out Bassfuzz.com. Great demos that will give you a good idea of what might be up your street. £100 will buy you a lot so you don't have to compromise too much. I picked up my SS/BS Team Awesome Fuzz Machine for less than that and it has been my fuzz of choice for over a year now. Prior to that I loved the EHH Bass Big Muff, only problem is the lack of control over the dry blend but a simple mod will solve that if you're good with a soldering iron. Just because it's cheap doesn't mean it isn't good! I've never tried the Tall Font but have almost pulled the trigger 3 or 4 times, it's probably the best modern Russian muff out there, IMO. If you fancy a versatile gated fuzz, check out the Iron Ether Oxide, I got my for £80 - between that and my TAFM I can nail pretty much any Fuzz sound that I want to use. Fuzz is a pretty personal thing at the end of the day, I reaaaalllly can't stand a number of very popular pedals touted frequently on this forum and also on TalkBass, but that's just me. Best of luck finding the right one for you mate.
  12. The EHX Freeze would do exactly this, as its purpose is to freeze a note indefinitely (minus the volume control - but you could put it in a loop with a volume pedal to get a similar effect). Would be a comparatively cheap solution as well.
  13. [quote name='pantherairsoft' timestamp='1382524267' post='2253099'] Anyone for a spot of Russian Circles... [url="http://sheponbass.co.uk/blog/interview-brian-cook"]Shep On Bass - Interview: Brian Cook[/url] May I present Brian Cook. Brian Cook is the bass man with acclaimed noise-mongers Russian Circles and is formerly the bass player with Botch and These Arms Are Snakes. Brian spared me a little time in between shows to share the details of his current rig. [/quote] SICKSICKSICKSICKSICKSICKSICKSICKSICKSICK. Saw them in Manchester two weeks ago and they were INSANE.
  14. [quote name='Kev' timestamp='1379282292' post='2210920'] The oxide I had (2013 build) was very high gain as I recall, as with all the IE units I have had (pretty much all). Either the circuit was revised or you have a faulty unit, ask Taylor the question, the answer would probably help your sale! [/quote] +1 Mine is goddamn loud! Can't really run either volume above 12 o clock or it gets a bit silly.
  15. Sounds samples are interesting, great combination with the Xero Delx. Bet it sounds massive in real life.
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