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Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by grygrx, Mar 26, 2009.
Saw this on bassplayer:
and from their own website...
and a pic from http://www.whatsthatdudeplay.com/2009/03/ebs-showcases-new-bass-distortion-stomp/
could be very cool. not that you can hear that dude's bass much in the disturbed.
Sounds like it could be worth a look. I think I'm more interested in the 3 new heads. I love my TD650, but real curious as to what they're putting out.
i wonder what the other new black label pedal might be.
Two new pedals? Did I miss something?
That would be pretty cool. Looks like one of the heads is gonna be a Classic 160. Doesn't give the size of it, but calling it a "bass-amp-to-go" leaves me thinking it could be a nice lightweight amp, and that it'll be the smallest amp they make.
I'm kinda crossing my fingers for an all-tube head. Not that I'd be able to afford it anytime soon. They could call it Sleipnir. But I guess that name would be better suited for an 8x10 cab...
From what I've seen and read, it does seem like a small (both in size and power, at 160 Watts) and portable head.
I'm not so sure. That name could work well for an amp with eight valves in it too!
And more on topic: I'm sure that the MetalDrive has a potential of becoming a popular pedal in the metal crowd, but personally, I'm more curious about the other pedals they're coming out with. Whatever they are.
cool. i'm thinking about getting a distortion/overdrive pedal, but then the problems start. i did searches and what not but i didn't find the info that i'm looking for. what's the difference between an overdrive and a distortion pedal? there a literally thousands of distortion pedals out there, but how do i know which one is for me if i can't try them all? i'm really curious about the ebs valvedrive pedal because it's got a valve, passive tone controls and can be used as a preamp for recording. i don't need chainsaw like tones, more something full and smooth. any suggestions? is there a point to get a pedal which is vlve based and has passive tonecontrols if 'im plugging into a valve amp with passive tonecontrols (TE V6)?
if you use an all-tube(valve) amp, I don't see much need to get a tube pedal OD. In fact, a clean boost is probably as good as most ODs in your case!
I like the way you think!
I agree, I have yet to find a tube pedal that I love through any of my bass amps [they are all tube amps], it always sounds too muddy, and coming from me that is saying something.
+1 a booster to push the tubes into saturation sounds fantastic!
Want tube tone? Get an all tube amp. Too heavy? Hit the gym.
I said that is all I have, I have 4 tube amps and my day job involves lugging around beams and hardi pannels.
yeah i was saying that affirmatively, sorry if it came out wrong
No problem, happens all the time to everyone around here...............................I'm starting to nod off.....................................................