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Dosi Y'Anarchy

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    Amateur Effects Reviews
  • Birthday 28/02/1985

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  1. Dosi Y'Anarchy

    "New" Gibsons...

    Oh jeez, it does! Hopefully I'll have the money when they eventually get released
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    *SOLD* Solidgoldfx Hive limited edition Fuzz

    Price drop and I did a demo video:
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    **SOLD**ADA FINAL PHASE - phaser and Overdrive

    Price drop
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    SOLD 3 Leaf Audio Octabvre

    Need to raise some funds after an unexpected double new bass day! Mk 1 Octabvre - £sold Inc UK postage, payment via PayPal gift/friend and family please. I did a demo of it here
  5. I only went and bought two basses in two days didn't I? The second one wasn't planned so I need to raise some funds. Prices include UK postage. Payment via PayPal gift/friends and family only please. JHS Colour Box - £250 Boss FZ-2 Hyper Fuzz - £SOLD Earthquaker Devices Hummingbird V4 - £SOLD Runoffgroove/Fuzzdog Ginger (bass overdrive based off the Ampeg SB-12 amp). - £110 Gojira FX Meatboy Dark - £35
  6. Dosi Y'Anarchy

    T-Rex Quint Machine

    I've tried one, not for a while and not for long so please take this with a pinch of salt, but I found it did indeed give the +5 and octave up as I wanted but remember not liking the tone at all. Maybe if I was only going to use it with a fuzz or Distortion after it, then that might work out okay
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    Eastwood Warren Ellis Bass

    I was just looking at the Black Widow Bass yesterday and saw this. It looks like a cross between the Mustang and Musicmaster basses and for the price I could pick up a 70s Musicmaster or get a CIJ/MIJ Mustang (and some change), I also suspect they are using a guitar pickup (like the Musicmaster) as there is alot of references to how guitar like the bass is and how you can use it with your guitar amp, definitely marketed to guitarists. I love the look and bet it sounds okay too. I'd be tempted if I didn't already have a Mustang and Bronco.
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    NAD - 1970 Orange Matamp OR200

    I think he used the Sovtek Big Muff on Pinkerton
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    Sold Sola Sound DAM BUM FUZZ UNIT

    It's great but to be fair, my Sanford and Sonny Bluebeard Fuzz has pipped it to Flavour of the Month
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    Sold Sola Sound DAM BUM FUZZ UNIT

    Excellent fuzz engineered in collaboration with David Maine (DAM). It's basically a rehoused Colorsound Tonebender and has heaps of low end. Somewhat similar to a sovtek big muff. There's no LED or power supply input only a battery clip. To me, it's the definition of fat and woolly vintage bass fuzz. This is actually my second one, I had a yellow one which I sold and then missed out so much I bought a blue one. I did a demo of the yellow one, which is the same as this blue one. £SOLD Inc UK postage , payment via PayPal gift only please.
  11. £SOLD Inc UK postage, payment via PayPal gift please. Super versatile phaser with footswitchable overdrive. Has a built in UK mains lead and is built like a tank The 2009 Reissue A/DA Final Phase is designed by the original designers of the late 1970s A/DA Final Phases using very similar parts and exactly the same parts in the all-analog signal path. The differences between your Reissue Final Phase and the original A/DA Final Phases are: The Reissue has true “hardwire” bypass and the originals did not. The Reissue Overdrive (distortion) has been re-voiced to get a more modern sounding distortion, while keeping the original distortion tone and feel by backing off the new Overdrive Control. In effect we have added an “11” to the Overdrive. As you approach the maximum setting, the bass resonance increases and the highs become more complex. The printed circuit board (PCB) has a different layout, but is all through-hole design, using full-size carbon film resistors and precision polyester film capacitors for the highest quality signal path. There are no surface mount components in your Reissue Final Phase. A/DA FINAL PHASE OPERATING NOTES HOOK UP 1. The cord from the instrument or microphone plugs into the IN jack. 2. The cord from the amplifier plugs into the OUT jack. 3. Optional AC/DC converter. The special coax plug on the AC/DC power converter plugs into the jack marked POWER. Use A/DA PS-8001 power converter only. There is no need to remove batteries when using the converter, since they are automatically bypassed. 4. The CONTROL input accepts either the A/DA CONTROL PEDAL A or a 0 volt to +5 volt control voltage. In either case the connection should be made with a 3-conductor stereo-type cable. To obtain maximum phasing range from the CONTROL input, set the RANGE CONTROL knob fully counterclockwise. This setting defeats the automatic sweep functions (SWEEP RATE and SWEEP MODULATION). However, they may be mixed with the signal applied to the CONTROL input by turning the CONTROL RANGE slightly clockwise. CONTROLS SWEEP RATEControls the speed at which the phase Shift. Effect moves up and down the sound spectrum. SWEEP MODULATION A Variable speed oscillator that adds to or modulates the main sweep, producing shimmering, vibrato-like effects, asymmetrical sweep patters, multiple phaser effects, modulated sweep, syncopated beats, etc. RANGE CONTROL Determines the limits of the automatic sweep functions (SWEEP RATE and SWEEP MODULATION), with maximum range at the full clockwise setting. When using the CONTROL input (as mentioned above), the RANGE CONTROL gives maximum range to the CONTROL input when set to full counter-clockwise position. INTENSITY A regenerative feedback control that adds emphasis (peaking) to the phasing effects. Sounds ranging from hollow tubes to intensified “wahs” are obtainable. OVERDRIVE Adds a variable amount of distortion to the input signal, smooth “tube amp” harmonic distortion are easily produced. FOOT SWITCHES IN/OUT Switches electronics of FINAL PHASE into or out of operation. OVERDRIVE Engages or bypasses the electronics of distortion. Responds only when electronics of phase shifter are operating.
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    SOLD Dr Scientist Bitquest

    The BitQuest! This pedal has been well over a year in the making, I had to learn a whole new programming language to make it, (Spin FV-1 based) and it's really weird and fun. The BitQuest is a simple multi-effect pedal, no menus or presets, but it has 8 different weird and cool effects and enough control to be quite powerful. This is a really experimental and creative pedal, full of adventurous sounds. Here's the features in a nutshell: - 8 custom designed effect patches: Flanger, High Pass and Low Pass Filters, Bit Crusher with Sample Rate Reducer, Infinite Reverb, Notch Filter, Ring Modulator, +/- 1 Octave Pitch Shifter/Harmonizer, 1 Second Digital Delay. - 2 modes of operation, Clean and Dirty. Clean mode has more control over the effects, dirty mode gives each patch a cool digital distortion control with noise gate. - Analog controls include clean blend, volume for wet signal, tone for wet signal, plus 3 digital controls for the effects. £sold posted in the UK, payment via PayPal gift please
  13. Dosi Y'Anarchy

    "New" Gibsons...

    As I understand it, this isn't a t-bird pickup. Not specifically anyway, on the namm videos it's referred to as Les Paul Bass Bucker (I think). Which makes me think it's something new. The coil tapping apparently switches between a high-mid heavy tone and a scooped one. No clips of the bass though. I'm not an expert on CITES but as the fretboard is Rosewood, do we think there will a UK release of the bass? If so, will they bump up the price because of this? I'm preparing to pay up to a grand (the guitar is £799 and it'd love the bass to be that cheap). The Gibson website now has the 2019 TB and SG bases in addition to the EBs but the LPjr is missing still.
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    Mosky B Box

    Yep! I do tend to crank the bass knob on it (when using it on bass) but honestly, it's ended my GAS for an Xotic Bass BB, Voodoo Labs Sparkle Drive, JHS Moonshine, Way Huge Green Rhino and of course the Ibanez Bass Tube Screamer..... Might still want a go on the EQD Dunes/Palisades though. When you just want a simple drive, that holds the lows and cuts through the mix and costs absolutely bugger all, the Mosky B-Box is a great choice.
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    Mosky B Box

    I've not played the orange burst unfortunately