Debating starting a YouTube channel as there are certain things I feel are missing when watching people demonstrate pedals for bass (Yep, another one of those people).
I've already got a list of things I want it to include, but I'm curious as to what you've been disappointed is missing/grateful was included when listening to a demo?
The main reason I'm thinking of doing it is to compare and combine effects, so making sure I use active and passive, different playing styles/intensities, and pedal order (ALWAYS adjusting pedals accordingly) are the main 3 which stick out to me, alongside playing appropriate styles.
Feel free to include the effects demonstrators you keep coming back to because they strike the perfect balance for you.
Hello, I'm trying to find a small toggle switch to replace on my mesa boogie buffer.
I live in the UK and whatever I find seems to be big and lumpy. I've ordered a mini switch pack from Amazon and they are still big.
See the picture for the size. It looks like it's the same as the switch on a fender jazz active bass.
Any recommendations would be great
Time for a big old pedal sale! I have quite a few items here so have taken an initial shortcut of just whacking the lot up with prices, but photos and descriptions for each item are coming! All prices include UK postage, not interested in any trades as it goes against the concept of a clear out!
Darkglass B3K v2 (£160)
Bought to A/B with my old one - played it for a few minutes then boxed it back up, then left it too long to return. Effectively brand new!
Lucid Audio Fuzz-o-potamus (£75)
Tweaked Fuzz Face for bass with EQ and clean blend. Massive range from light overdrive to full on buzz with a lot of sub bass!
Boss ODB-3 (£45)
A few signs of wear but otherwise good!
TC Corona Mini Chorus (£60)
EHX Mini Q-Tron (£60)
EHX Q-Tron (£80) (original big box version)
Digitech Whammy V (£80)
TapTempo Switch (1590A size) (£10)
Monte Allums Boss ODB-3 Mod Kit (£25)
New member here! Just looking for some advice. I have been playing for around 6 months. Took up bass as apparently playing the drums in a terraced house annoys the neighbours and I needed to get my music fix!!!
So have been dabbling with pedals in the last few months and currently have;
Xvive bass squeezer
Behringer bass overdrive
But, being a drummer and a simple soul, I have been looking to simplify things even further.
So after a bit of research and youtube vids. This is the current short list of 4 possibles.
Fender Downtown Express
Valeton Dapper Bass
SONICAKE Bass Preamp DI Box
So indeed of advice and personal experiences of the 4 pedals above.
I play most music, rock, metal, funk, pop, Motown, soul, blues. I have a very eclectic taste.
I know I'm asking alot from one pedal. But for the sound I like. I dont need lots of heavy effects.
Compression, overdrive and an eq are my go to.
So what are your thoughts?