Originally Posted by fisticuffs
Depends on your definition of "Okay". Will it pass signal and give you effects? yes. Will it sound good? Probably not.
Some may be ok, like the comp, digital delay, reverb (if you want that on your bass), etc. It'll be iffy and or a gamble with the phase shifting effects like chorus, phasor, etc., as they often cut out the low end. The EQ will be just OK and probably work for most situations, but if you really have some nasty muddiness when playing live, your probably out of luck. Any filter-based effects like, wah wah, envelope filter (auto-wah), etc. will probably sound terrible. Typically, band-pass filters are used on guitar, which cut highs and lows, and will make your bass sound gutless. Additionally, a good bass wah or envelope filter typically has a tighter Q then guitar-versions. As such, the filter-based effects may sound weak and not nearly funky enough. If you can see/hear that the pedal uses low-pass filters for the wah or envelope filter, then it might be OK, but probably not great.
Without all that said, it's best just to listen and see how you like it, regardless of the stuff I wrote up above. If you think it sounds good, then it sounds good. Period.
Lastly, MAKE SURE you can get that power supply. I'm not familiar with that specific pedal, but often it's an unusual one that's tough to get. Check this out before anything else.
Guitar effects are made for guitars, and usually have issues with bass. It may work ok for you, but I can almost guarentee that 1/2 or so of the effects will be terrible for your bass. Good luck!