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Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by unclejam, Jun 23, 2007.
hello I'm looking for a stomp box cross over. Any body have any suggestions?
ur asking moog?
have you seen all the crap he has?
Those are the two best threads I found using a little tool called "search".
Anyhow... it looks like Rolls makes a crossover box that's tiny like a pedal, but still isn't one. It seems that other than what you'd find in certain effects pedals like the Peavey BAC-2 chorus, it practically doesn't existin stompbox/pedal form.
Now, in rack form... there's plenty out there, but they're normally reserved for PA use.
Probably the best way to get that crossover/bi-amp effect is through using multiple amps and setting their EQs to be very different - in other words, dialing out the highs on one, and the lows on another, etc.
Many who use two amps will just set up one amp with one particular EQ shape to work best with their effects, and use the other for the perfect clean bass sound.
i dont think anyone has actually
actually, they have. the pics were taken off after a few days, but in the pedalboards thread i posted pictures of everything except for my guitars.
see the thread about the Pitch Pirate for my response.
Yeah i read it, but it doesnt make any sense as a response to what i said.
um i think i just figured out what i need to do.
grab another pre amp identical to my current one(Behringer's Bass V-amp Pro)and an A/B/Y box along with a signal booster and adjust to taste.
That'll work just fine.
Although I wouldn't use Behringer... but you're a hardcore fan of them - I don't think I can stop you
BTW, what about your preamps' outputs? You'll have to mix them using a mixer if you have only one poweramp to work with.
2 Midi foot controllers
one big rack and pedal board
Man, you've been ready for bi-amping from the start!
and it's gonna be all Behringer
talk about budget rig of doom.
thanks for asking for my help. unfortunately i don't even know what crossover is or does.
Markjazz = Mono (in both amps and voice tone, haha, bad joke, sorry)
Luckily Boo knows whats up and answered.
A cross over separates frequency ranges and relays them to the correct devices.
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