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Post Your B7K/B3K Settings!

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by Veldar, Nov 9, 2012.


  1. As the title suggests this thread is for posting B7K and B3K settings so people who have just received theirs (i.e. me) have a place to start.

    Cheers, Sam.
     
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  2. Epitaph04

    Epitaph04 Supporting Member

    Jul 5, 2010
    Santa Barbara, CA
    I change my settings all the time, but a good place to start would be to have the blend knob low and now all the way up. I noticed that once I got the hang of it, I was getting nastier/awesomer tones on both my Jazz bass and Bongo when the blend knob wasnt all the way up.
     
  3. dorknowitzki

    dorknowitzki

    Jan 9, 2010
    Philippines
    Endorsing Artist: Spector
    blend 3 oclock. level 12 noon. gain 3 oclock. raw grunt. attack boost on.
     
  4. ysand

    ysand

    Mar 26, 2005
    Athens/Greece
    It really depends on the output of the bass used guys.

    While I keep the same settings, my Spector Rebop 5 DLX (with very hot output) has a way more overdriven sound than my Squier VM P that is passive.

    This means that one's settings won't sound the same in another's case.

    That being said, with my Spector I have blend at 10 o'clock, level and gain at 9 so I can have a mild driven sound.

    To have the same amount of overdriven sound with my Squier VM P, i have the blend at 3 o'clock, level and gain at 12.

    Hope my advice helps :)


    edit: FAT and attack FLAT on both.
     
  5. NKUSigEp

    NKUSigEp

    Jun 6, 2006
    Bright, IN
    High noon, crank the volume, set it to fat.