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Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by garmenteros, Jun 15, 2012.
this is the truth ^
I get this...I’m a Darkglass artist and I only use it with the drive all the way down. Even with the B3K all the way down it just gives a little bit of push that I want and that is all I want.
I'm doing the sacrilege of using a B7K Ultra as a cleanish tone and the distortion kicks in a more vintage tone. Probably not the designed intent.
I talk to one of Bethel Music’s bass players every so often and he got me into contact with one of their mastering engineers that mods pedals on the side
If that works for you that is awesome...I prefer a clean tone %90 of the time.
Unfortunately, I haven't CabZone X because I haven't free money.
Yes, there is a cab simulator in Olympic MkIII, but only two options can be used, and in CabZone X there are much more options, and its dimensions are small.
Now I use that ↓
Show me your compact pedalboard setup
My wife does that, too. Clean a good 90%+ of the time, and her DGVD is set pretty "gentle". The blend knob is at 10 o' clock or so...That's enough for the need.
If you like RATs, keep your eyes open for Volt Thrower. Outstanding bass intended RAT with the added versatility of the clipping options and a great eq section.
In that case, the Harmonic Booster may be the way to go.
Thats a great pedal, but it sounds a little different then the B3K with the drive down.
Harmonic Booster is a clean pedal. B3K and all the others have a tiny bit of drive even at minimum.
My dream is a B7K type of pedal, but the drive is more of a saturation / warmth than Drive.
I'd characterize the Vintage Deluxe I replaced my B7K w/ as potentially fitting that bill.
I tried the Vintage, but oddly enough, preferred the B7K.
You are correct...Even with the drive off there is a touch of hair...
You are a tetris sorcerer.
Meh, there's still room for one more Hotone, or 1590LB pedal.
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