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Effects

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by Joe Louvar, Jan 6, 2012.


  1. Which effect do you use most?
     

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  2. bassman314

    bassman314 I seem to be a verb, an evolutionary process...

    Mar 13, 2005
    Bay Area, CA
    Chorus
    followed by distortion
    followed by phase
    followed by synth.
     
  3. tink9975

    tink9975

    Aug 10, 2006
    MoCo, MD
    Always on: OD, compression, Submarine
    Followed by fuzz
    then chorus
    then octave
    then envelope filter
    then Wah
     
  4. Akai UniBass is probably the one switched on/off the most but then the Zoom B2 is always on "Bassman in the room" setting.
     
  5. Chef FourString

    Chef FourString

    Feb 4, 2011
    Texas
    As layered:

    Ibanez SC10
    Ibanez TS9
    EH Big Muff Pi
    DOD FX56
    Pitchblack
     
  6. tedsalt

    tedsalt Supporting Member

    Aug 5, 2010
    Kansas City
    compression is always on
     
  7. BogeyBass

    BogeyBass

    Sep 14, 2010
    Holy buffered bypass Batzman!!

    attachment.

    Where is that from, is that yours?

    whoever it is, god forbid if you lightly or Jokingly teased him for fun, and mentioned Boss sucks or something like that........I think he might be offended:D

    Still would be awesome to have all those pedals.
     
  8. XtheDeadPawn

    XtheDeadPawn

    May 24, 2008
    Texas
    Ibanez Phat Hed
     
  9. G.Bisson

    G.Bisson

    Feb 26, 2009
    Virginia
    almost always: overdrive and compression
    less often: reverb/delay and distortion/fuzz
    maybe once: flanger/phaser and env.filter
     
  10. Compressor is always on, Pitchfactor or POG2 is second.
     
  11. markbass compressore & bbe sonic stomp always on, proco rat distortion for dirt, iron ether oxide for face melting, modded boss cs-3 for the lulz
     
  12. DavidByrne.com - Art - Guitar Pedals
     
  13. icecycle66

    icecycle66

    Feb 4, 2009
    Arizona
    Nearly always:
    Distortion

    Usually:
    Wah
    Compression

    Often:
    Octave

    Rare:
    Delay/Echo
    Flange
     
  14. Bassmike62

    Bassmike62 GAS resistance is utterly futile... Supporting Member

    Always on: OptoStomp and SansAmp.

    Once in a while on: BSW (either for octave, fuzz or filter), Bassballs and Marshall RG-1 (for either chorus, flanger or phaser).
     
  15. jabsys

    jabsys

    Mar 30, 2011
    UK
    Compression is always on, overdrive most of the time, fuzz, chorus & flanger only get used on a few songs.
     
  16. Jean Baudin

    Jean Baudin

    Aug 27, 2003
    redwood city, ca
    Endorsing Artist: See Profile
    delay and/or reverb.
     
  17. CopperheadLXXIX

    CopperheadLXXIX

    Aug 9, 2003
    Jax, FL
    My FEA Growler is always on. My Aguilar Octamizer is also usually on. My SFX Dual Red Dragon doesn't have an off switch, so is always on. My SA Multiwave Distortions are always on because I have clean EQ settings as well as distortions. Finally my Eventide Space Reverb is almost always on because I like at least a little reverb with everything.
     
  18. BMS on different settings is on 99 percent of the time, sometimes i switch on my big muff if i want to add some more bite to my BMS...
    up to now i have never used an echo or a flanger on a bass and i think for a rhythm instrument like the bass its kinda senseless but i could be wrong :p mybe tap tempo delay would be nice ;)
     
  19. RickenBoogie

    RickenBoogie

    Jul 22, 2007
    Dallas, TX
    Always on: compressor and eq boost.
    Often used: overdrive.
    Less often used: octave down, envelope filter, fuzz, delay.
     
  20. precijazz

    precijazz I want a name when I lose.

    Aug 31, 2011
    Almanya
    With my P bass always on: SansAmp VT Bass for a subtle overdrive.

    Experimenting with chorus and envelope filters (FX noob here)
     

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