Looking into getting a new octave pedal as the direct signal on my OC2 has gone and the Octave 1 often doesn't cut through by itself.
Ideally I'd get a MuTron Octavider but I'm looking at cheaper models for the time being.
Has anyone had any experience with the Octave Multiplexer? Any good/bad feedback? I just need a simple octaver really
Price drop to £75
Source Audio Aftershock - £80 £75 delivered in the UK.
Recently bought from here. In very good condition with box and power supply. Pedalboard tape on the bottom which I can easily remove if you prefer.
Located in Glasgow so anyone local is welcome to try it in person.
I am selling as I have recently bought an HX Stomp.
Just switched to the new B1 Four X so moving these on.
Zoom B3 £75, £80 posted. Good condition, been gigged lots but perfect working order. Velcro strips on base, easily removed. Includes unit, PSU, battery cover, box and manual.
Zoom FP02M expression pedal SOLD
Zoom FS01 momentary footswitch £15, £20 posted. Great condition, perfect working order.
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?