treated myself to an Eden WTDI pedal

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  1. rob_thebassman

    rob_thebassman

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    I went to the London Bass Guitar Show over the weekend, was an absolutely great place, and got to try the Eden WTDI pedal at the Eden stand. Boy did it sound good! Was really smaller than I thought it was going to be and was pleased with how it sounded! Gunna give it a proper go through my amp tomorrow and have a good dabble with it :)
  2. ejmy

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    Be carefull with that blue light, it can hurt your eyes like a laser.
  3. rob_thebassman

    rob_thebassman

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    what blue light?
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    mines red haha
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    The LED that tells you that it's plugged in, not the bypass LED.
  7. rob_thebassman

    rob_thebassman

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    fair play, both of the LED's are red :)
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    on mine that is :p
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    I bought one on Saturday too.
    Tried it today and it is incredibly loud!
    It seems to put out much more volume than my m80 and hartke vxl.
    Still sounds bloody good though ;)
  10. rob_thebassman

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    I noticed this too, it's either quiet or too loud for my passive basses, sounded good with active cos it tamed it abit

    I've found that cutting the lows abit helps and using the compression

    is a great pedal regardless

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