- - AnalogMan
|Mosfed ||01-31-2014 08:05 PM |
Hello to all
I was wondering what the basic thinking was re AnalogMan and how well his pedals work for bass.
I am lucky enough to have a few of his (Peppermint Fuzz, mini bicomp and Prince of tone) from my guitar playing days and other than the fuzz, I really haven't tried any with bass.
I was thinking about trying the POT tomorrow in the place of the Peppermint Fuzz/Keeley Fuzz Head.
I am thinking that the mini-bi-comp could make for a killer bass pedal.
|BFunk ||01-31-2014 08:30 PM |
I've bought several things from analogman over many years. He, (I think his name is Mike), is an honest and knowledgeable guy. I recommend contacting him with any questions.
Check out Bongo's review page on Onvilabs about compressors. Good stuff.
|LSMFT6 ||01-31-2014 08:55 PM |
Mike is the man, give him your money.
|bassgod0dmw ||02-01-2014 08:39 AM |
Depends on the pedal but I know a bunch of them do work well on bass. There are a few guys that run a KOT, which the POT is basically a simpler version of.
I have a KOT but I've never used it on bass.
|bongomania ||02-01-2014 02:51 PM |
Analogman is an excellent brand and Analog Mike is an excellent guy. But you have to take each pedal on its own merits and faults, it would be a huge mistake to say that "in general" they are great on bass or poor on bass. The Bicomp is reviewed on my page; if you buy one, be sure to get the most recent version (made since April of 2013).
|johnk_10 ||02-01-2014 03:07 PM |
the KOT or POT are actually very good with a bass. I modded my KOT for a little more low end, but it was even nice stock.
|Mosfed ||02-01-2014 04:49 PM |
I used my Prince of Tone today at a recording session and really liked it. Will need to experiment more.
Next week I'll give the mini-Bicomp on Os mode.
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