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Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by ciaran_hughes, Dec 13, 2018.
Is the only option for this the Broughton version?
There's the FDeck HPF-Pre but I stick with Broughton.
Yeah I have just googled the FDeck if anything the Broughton looks a lot neater!
There's a foot switch version.
Yeah I saw that on their website but my set up would benefit the always on version which is nearer than the foot switch version
I bought it and I really like it. A well crafted piece of gear. But soon after buying it, I started asking myself: "Why didn't I buy the other pedal that does both low and high pass filter"?
I think I should warn you about this before you commit to a purchase.
Both low and high pass filters are useful, IMHO.
fdecks v3 is battery or wall powered.
Very popular and high quality.
What type of options are you looking for?
H/LPF tames lows and highs, especially when you have FOH support.
FYI They're back in stock on the Broughton website. Get 'em while they're HOT!
Yeah I was on there earlier I will have to check the shipping to the UK
There is also the Micro Thumpinator from sfx (fixed HPF) and the AC-Driver from Radial...
AC-Driver - Acoustic Instrument Preamp | Radial Engineering
The LPF/HPF (running at 18V) is my only always on device (may change after the Diamond Bass Comp Jr arrives).
There's also the Hotone Gate. Cheap enough to try.
Would this work as a HPF/LPF? : HoTone Skyline Gate
Just get the Broughton. It's a great little box.
HPF/LPF list- which do you use or know about?
Another FDeck user here. Version 3, with the dual HPF’s- one fixed, the other variable for room adjustments.
Always on with my EUB and ABG.
I don’t need it with the Dingwall ABZ-5, but a.) that’s a different beast, and b.) they also have per-channel HPF on our Presonus digital console.
Just get the Broughton HPF / LPF and be done with it. The LPF really comes in handy.
I have a Broughton but I have owned a Microthumpinator.
Broughton HPF/LPF is the way to go. If worries about board space and it’ll always be on have it sit with your rig
I have an FDeck Series III that's my always-on along with a compressor. Have never needed a LPF, AFAIK.