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Re: plastic chorus pedal = gold Re: Sonic Alienator - bit reduction / decimation pedal
I've liked the Boss Flanger pedal (I think it's now called the BF-3)
for bass clarinet.
Makes the thing just moan and groan.
On Feb 1, 2005, at 11:34 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>>>> (Arion's still-super-cheap analog delay is wonderful, BTW, but I
>>>> already have a
> plastic MXR Time Delay that is my personal path to g*d.)
> but that goes to show you that taste is in the eye of the beholder, so
> to speak.
> There's a local vintage shop near me that was blowing out the plastic
> MXR time delays for 50 bucks or something like that...needless to say
> I was very intrigued...until i plugged it in and felt it was weak and
> uninspiring. What good is an analog delay that won't even regenerate
> into self-oscillation? hehe.
> no offense, though, Tim. If it works, use the hell out of it!
> as for cheapo pedals that I recently have liked...I borrowed my band
> mates Danelectro Daddy-O distortion pedal. Yum! very sweet into my
> little vibrochamp.
> Anybody have any hints for bass overdrive? Tried out the Boss ODB-3
> and the Digitech Bass Driver. Ick on both of them. My Sans Amp Bass
> Driver overdrives very nice, but it's duty right now is my primary
> preamp to my bass rig, so I can't be stomping on it as an overdrive
> pedal. My best bet right now is overdriving the signal using my
> Hughes and Kettner Replex, on the reverb channel with the reverb
> turned all the way down, so the signal is just gettting cranked
> through the preamp tube. It's a monster of a pedal, though, and I
> prefer it at home in front of my guitar amp.
> Anybody tried the MXR M-80 on bass?
> geek out,
| Michael A. Firman