Originally Posted by midichlorine
which one came first?
are they identical?
i heard a boomstick once and the bottom end was pretty awesome!
does the mojo loose any bottom?
As far as I can tell that envelope filter (which is an update of the DOD 440 circuit) began as the Tone Factor 442 Analogue Filter. Later a 442 Analogue Filter Red version was created for baritone and bass guitars.
Tone Factor then created a couple different brands under which it sold its effects (Mojo Hand, Sinister Analog, Boomstick) with the latter being the name for their bass effects line.
The Boomstick Bottom Feeder is the same thing as the 442 Red.
It looks like they then consolidated their lines by eliminating the Boomstick and Sinister Analog names and selling everything they offer under the Mojo Hand name. But the Mojo Hand Analogue Filter Red is (AFAIK
) the same pedal in every case.
But if you get the guitar version (Mojo Hand 442 without the "Red" at the end) it WILL lose some low end. But the Red version will not.