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Withdrawn: DSM & Humboldt Simplifier Bass Station £220
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DSM & Humboldt Simplifier Bass Station. £220.

 

Mint condition, only used at home since purchased from Andertons for £299 in mid-December (one of the newest batch). It works perfectly and sounds great but I have changed my setup so it's no longer needed. Not really anything else out there with all these features, and it's all in the size of a small Boss pedal!

  • DI:
    • 1/4" Jack in: passive/active input switch
    • 1/4" Jack out: output/thru output switch
    • XLR DI out
    • XLR DI parallel out
    • Ground lift switch
    • Phase invert switch
    • Aux in
    • Headphone out (with volume control) 
  • Preamp:
    • EQ: Three-band +/- 15dB  EQ with 3x Mid Frequency select
    • SVT type drive
    • Preamp FX loop
    • Parallel FX loop
    • Parallel LPF 100Hz/500Hz 
    • Parallel/Preamp blend
  • Cab sim: 
    • 3x cab size  
    • 3x colour cabs
    • Mic position
    • Resonance

https://www.andertons.co.uk/bass-dept/bass-guitar-pedals/bass-overdrive-pedals/dsm-and-humboldt-simplifier-amp-bass-station-preamp-and-cab-sim-analogue-pedal

 

https://www.simplifieramp.com/bass-station

 

My selling feedback is here: https://www.basschat.co.uk/topic/446834-feedback-for-sumone/

 

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2 hours ago, andybassdoyle said:

Looks very interesting! 

It is!

 

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Will consider a trade/part exchange for an amp head:  >300w, with headphone output, FX loop, and ideally DI out and aux in. Something like:  Ampeg Portaflex PF-350 or 500, Ashdown RM 300 or 500, Tech 21 VT500.

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Withdrawn: I have decided to keep this and sell my OmniCabSim (see other advert)

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