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  1. Lovely! So do you have all of the effects (incl compressor) in the FX loop?
  2. lee650

    New pedal day

    Yes mine went quickly! An incoming Optifet might soothe my sellers remorse ๐Ÿ˜‚
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    New pedal day

    Brilliant you got one in the end!!
  4. I really enjoyed that! Thanks for sharing ๐Ÿ˜
  5. Yeah I have it set in paralell with the C4! Sounds amazing ๐Ÿ˜
  6. Having another shuffle about, and as my C4 is covering a whole range of synth sounds, it's time to give someone a crack at this classic fuzz pedal. There's a pedal I'm after,If it goes I will withdraw this. It's a silicon fuzz with a 3 way subs switch (none/a bit/loads of bass) and a gate. It's basically the mighty wooly mammoth but has an input impedance so it doesn't go crazy with active basses/buffers. If your into octave/fuzz/filter combos,then this is the one to have, using the Gate can get you from classic fuzz tones,all the way to spitty Velcro sounds,which is where this pedal shines. It is in mint condition and comes with the original box (Yes you heard right a box!!!) It has high quality Velcro on the bottom and is pedalboard ready. SOLD
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    Preamp

    I have the EBS Microbass 2 (third one I've owned now) and I have used these on tours without a rig. You have the ability to plug in and switch between two different basses. It has overdrive and the fantastic HD350 pre amp ,A mute function and headphone amp. As previously stated the DI is very high quality and I've always got good comments from sound engineers when using it. It also has a effects loop so you can plug in your toys. No aux in (there is on the MB3) but the FX return can be used as an aux in.
  8. And SOLD!! Hope I don't regret this ๐Ÿ˜‚
  9. My modest Trio 82 JV Squire jazz Highway one Fender P bass Musicman Sterling Plus BB 425 for 5 string duties and PJ tone ๐Ÿ˜
  10. I know what you mean! I feel the same way about the FEA optifet, but I need cash to pay for a fretless I've talked myself into. It was either this or my CogT70 ๐Ÿ˜‚
  11. I've always found the pickup surrounds add a touch of class. The BB basses used to be far more elegant than fenders. It's a shame they've mutated the design to be more Fender like.
  12. The fantastic Cali76 compact bass! Been a favourite of mine for quite a while,How ever id like to get back into fretless and as I've not gigged for ages and not likely to for a while,I'll let this go and hope Fully it'll get a bit more use. Its a very versatile and intuitive pedal, lots of control yet very easy to dial in. Features a blend control for parallel compression, to really give you the best of both worlds with natural dynamics plus the smoothing and fattening of the compression. It also has a sidechain HPF so the compression sensor will frequency dependent (Really adds bottom, by not actually compressing it as much) the Attack/release is on one knob and i love this as it makes finding the best sounding combo so easy. It has a beautiful 60s style FET preamp section that just adds brightness and "pop" to your signal, it works really well on passive basses as a tone enhancer. It is in very good condition save for a tiny ding in the front, it has the original box and has high quality Velcro on the bottom. I'll include a Dunlop 18v power supply too. SOLD
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