PRICEDROP: 120£ posted to your door!
FS: VFE pedals Woodchipper (Hi end Maestro Brassmaster clone with build in opamp and dual mode switching!) - 140£
The build in opamp/active EQ is so good it can replace your expensive pre-amp completely, try it and you will be surprised by how this opamp circuit can improve your overall bass tone, even with the EQ set completely flat!
The fact you can set your basic tone with the EQ and then ad fuzz to it opens a tremendous amount of tonal possibilities.
The WOODCHIPPER bass octave fuzz is derived from the classic Maestro Brassmaster circuit.
In order to fit it all in a compact package, we sourced an expensive, military-spec audio transformer that delivers the same frequency response in a much smaller package.
Next, we added a more flexible EQ section, and a unique BOTTOM control that adds clean low-bass that adds punch and fatness to the octave fuzz.
New these were around 250£ , this one comes with original packaging for 140£.
Can be shipped worldwide, or local pickup in Ghent, Belgium.
Greets & Grooves!
After my Fender Marcus Miller Jazz bass (Japan) was stolen, I am trying to find again that jazz bass sound. And I can't.
On the soundclip that follows (it's only 25' seconds) I have THAT SOUND, playing with my psych-rock band. I use full the neck pup and 25% the bridge pup.
Any thoughts about finding that sound again (considering that my budget is about 700-750 euros)?
I'm a recent convert to the bass and to Basschat, which I'm loving (including the podcast and the Midlands Bass Bash). I'm learning on a Stingray 34 and using a Fender Rumble 15 practice combo (and a Vox headphone amp for when my partner wants to sleep!). But I'm wondering where to go next with amplification. I'm not gigging, but I'd love to. I'm a bit bored with the Rumble sound, though I know it's great for the money and size). Any ideas where I should go next? Should I get a good middleweight combo, or go head and cab, or preamp and DI? Or should I just tuck my horns in and wait till a) I'm more proficient; and b) I'm playing in public?
Or is this just a case of beginner's GAS?
Bought a Spector Performer 4 deluxe today.
Its a great bass but obv its doesnt have the edge or tone I get from My Legend 5 Classic.
I had myself wondering....what about a preamp instead of basically spend twice as much as the bass to install active pick ups?
It a was great price and good bass for the money its just it could do with a little more ommph to match its bigger brother!