It's the "One Q." http://www.joemeek.com/oneqenlarge.html I'm just curious to see if any bassists out there are using this as a preamp for a live rig, or in the studio. Live, it would be run into a kickin' power amp & a couple of Accu Groove cabs (Tri115 & Tri112). My initial thoughts were; oh boy....another all in one unit. I'm wondering if the different components are quality or if it's just a bunch of cut corners. I like what I see as far as the versatility of the EQ. I noticed that the "low" (bass) is centered at 80hz. That's a good frequency to bump/ I'm just wondering if I would be missing a bump a bit lower (around 50hz. or 40hz)? Then again, any of my active basses have a bass boost centered at about 40hz. For any passive instruments that I use, I can see the advantage of 80hz being my lowest boost'able frequency. It's safe that way. 80hz doesn't seem to be as "stray" of a low end frequency as 40 or 50hz. Frequency centeres aside; my main concearns are: does this thing capture the tone of the bass & let it all through? Does it sound "flat" when the eq is bypasses or set flat, or is there some up-front coloring in the tone? Is it quiet? How's the compression? Is it quality, or just a bunch of hype? Any helpful advice is welcome.