Need the final pedal for my board

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by mikeowen17, Apr 6, 2014.

  1. mikeowen17


    Jan 28, 2011
    Help me decide what should occupy the final spot on my pedalboard.

    I play in a rock/modern pop cover band and previously didn't use any pedals. I decided to get a pedaltrain nano and add a couple of pedals for flavor...

    Currently I have a tuner and an aguilar tlc on the board. I'm going to add an overdrive, which I think will be the aguilar agro (though I'm open to other suggestions). what should occupy the final space....?

    The rest of my rig is a stingray 5 and a TH500
  2. Twocan


    Oct 5, 2009
    Medway, MA
    Digitech Istomp. That way it's basically whatever you need
  3. mikeowen17


    Jan 28, 2011
    I'd thought about that for my guitar board (also a nano, after downsizing from a monster board) - how does it sound?
  4. jwb39


    Jun 2, 2008
    Dover, Oh
    Octave pedal.
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  6. bkbirge


    Jun 25, 2000
    Houston, TX
    Endorsing Artist: Steak n Shake
    You seriously need an HBE frostbite flanger. And by complete coincidence I happen to have one for sale.
  7. WaldoNova

    WaldoNova Having fun yet? Supporting Member

    Jun 14, 2009
    Yonkers, NY
    Go with an Aguilar Octimizer or a filter twin and round out an all Aguilar setup!!!

  8. Hi Mike,
    The Petaltrain Nano petal board can comfortably hold 5 nano size (1590A) petals - maybe 6 if you squeeze them. For example, here's some "Nano" petal porn I also flipped the patch between the tuner and booster and spaced them better so now it looks better too.
  9. mikeowen17


    Jan 28, 2011
    I was seriously considering this - and I'd be on with it, but thought id see what else was out there!
  10. Depends what kind of pop music you're playing but a cool synth fuzz can give you some cool sounds to play with.
  11. Twocan


    Oct 5, 2009
    Medway, MA

    I'm very happy with it. So far it makes for excellent chorus (2 options), a nice oc2 octave clone and a DOD envelope filter that works fairly well. I'm not a dirt/distortion guy, but it offers a lot of that too.
  12. mikeowen17


    Jan 28, 2011
    I guess the biggest hole in my sound is for more modern dance tunes - eg filling out the sound in the chorus of Taylor swift's 'trouble' and maybe some cool sounds to 'moves like jagger' and 'get lucky'
  13. BawanaRik

    BawanaRik Supporting Member

    Mar 6, 2012
    New Jersey
    One of the most under rated pedals is the Whammy. Get a Boos LS-2 to go with it.

    Synth , octaves. bends and other sounds that are hard to describe. Adding the LS-2 makes this a moy cool pedal. The LS-2 should be a requirement for every bassist with a board. First pedal a tuner, second pedal an LS-2 than whatever else will be made much better with the LS-2.
  14. what is your budget for an overdrive? What is your budget if it's going toward something other than an overdrive?
  15. sillyfabe

    sillyfabe keeping the low-end silly since '06 Supporting Member

    Mar 13, 2009
    San Bernardino,CA
    Zoom MS-60B :you have 58 effects, can have up to 4 on at once, can save up to 50 presets and even if it's something you rarely use it's worth it. If you are looking more into a modulation aspect then take a look at the Zoom CDR-70: you have 86 effects, can have up to 6 on at once, can save 50 presets and this really has a lot to alter so you can get what you need. Also both have excellent tuners (I actually sold my TC Polytune Mini) and both can tune accurately and quickly. (I have a bass tuned DAEA and it can tune it no prob). And if you get rid of your tuner you could get both of them and your board will have an INSANE amount of tones avaliable.
  16. Basspimp16


    Mar 20, 2014
    I would say something by darkglass for overdrive, an octave pedal or the digitech bass synth wah.
  17. Lebowsky

    Lebowsky Effects Forum Resident Supporting Member

    Mar 18, 2007
    Lausanne, Switzerland
    Iron Ether Xerograph or Subterranea, or both :)
  18. johnbegone

    johnbegone Supporting Member

    Sep 16, 2004
    Chicago, IL
    Zoom MS-60B for sure.