New bass pedals at Winter NAMM 2013.

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by d180fuzz, Jan 18, 2013.


  1. d180fuzz

    d180fuzz C21H30O2

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    ...oh, wait - I'm not DiscoFreq! :D

    Did I miss it or has this year's version of this most awesome thread not appeared yet?

    FYI - I did see the Pigtronix thread...

    DiscoFreq! Give us the goods! Pleez!
  2. DiscoFreq

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  3. DeltaPhoenix

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    I am not really excited about any of these pedals. The Amptweaker sounds good (excane's demo), MiBass could be handy for some people and I bet some folks are going to love the Pigtronix and MXR pedals.
  4. kevteop

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    The Pigtronix phaser and compressor look interesting.
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  6. grumpyfunk

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  7. DiscoFreq

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  8. d180fuzz

    d180fuzz C21H30O2

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    Sweet! Thanks DiscoFreq!
  9. rr5025

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    That Mibass seems relevant to my interests. I don't suppose they've released anymore info about it?
  10. d180fuzz

    d180fuzz C21H30O2

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    Boy, that Microtubes Vintage has some nice tones in it.
  11. bigchiefbc

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    I'd still like someone to come out with a pitch-to-midi converter, except, ya know, one that actually ... works.
  12. DeltaPhoenix

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    a bass version of that Fishman TriplePlay
  13. Ed_Saxman

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    Alesis AmpDock
    The AmpDock fully encloses your iPad or iPad 2 in a rugged and portable device made especially for guitarists and bassists.
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    :hyper:
    Looks amazing. I wonder if this concept would be the way to go on future digital modellers.
    The drawback: For ipad v1 and 2 only (not 3 or 4)
  14. Mound of Sound

    Mound of Sound Gold Supporting Member

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    ^^^ Wasn't the Ampdock at last year's NAMM??
  15. DeltaPhoenix

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    Yup, not new
  16. Swift713

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    So I'm wondering if that MiBass interface would work with an iPhone's power chord for any IOS apps. It looks like a pretty useful tool. Any clue as to price?
  17. SolomonHelsing

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    Having heard the Dr.Green Bearded Lady preview video. It might well be replacing the ashdown own branded overdrive pedal i currently have once it's released and if the other Dr.Green pedals any thing like it I might be spending a bit on pedals depending on what i find i need later.
  18. SirMjac28

    SirMjac28 Patiently Waiting For The Next British Invasion Gold Supporting Member

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    Wow some nice stuff.
  19. grumpyfunk

    grumpyfunk Supporting Member

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    Ah Yes, that is the one I meant, Thanks!
  20. Ed_Saxman

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    You're right, sorry. Although I think this never hit the shelves, actually.
    But I hope they bring a new version in the next Namm. :rolleyes:
  21. Down_Low

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    Anyone know how big the Dr Green pedals are? I'm looking for an octave pedal to fit a fairly small gap on my board.

    Also, is it digital or analog?

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