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Discussion in 'Bassists [BG]' started by j-raj, Dec 2, 2011.
What model Behringer pedal is it?
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The BDI21 V-Tone. (I love that Behringer basically put Tech21's name in their ripoff of the VT.)
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It's actually a copy of the Tech 21 SansAmp Bass Driver DI. I own that pedal too. It's every bit as good as the original. Not meant to be a copy of the VT. Welcome to the club. That pedal should cost way more than it does.
I have the Sansamp BDDI and it smokes! It adds that slight amount of grit I like when I dig in, but is nice and clean when I play lightly. I can't recommend the real one enough.
I just came to post that actually. Awesome stuff from them once again.
My band is shooting a video after we come back from the road and Red Fang's "nothing to do with the song" concept is our inspiration.
Performance videos are fine (staged or real, whatever), but to me what makes a video memorable is if it it's funny and/or entertaining. Red Fang hits home runs because they're both.
As far as overdrive/distortion goes my DOD fx 50 b is pretty awesome. Has more bass than my sunn into a 410 and i'm tuned to b, it even works well with...active basses!?! Gets a sweet over driven tube sound at 2oclock and after that its kind of fuzzy. Sounds better than my rat>boss ds1 and still has more low end. BTW I only use ONE pedal, anyone else?
I like my OCD v4. And my black muff. I was thinking of getting a mojo hand collousus since my black muff breaks down when I look at it. I got too many pedals. there should be a pedals anonymous
My black russian muff is a trainwreck too. I need to replace the switch I think, but I'm a bit hesitant to rip into a mostly functioning pedal until I have something to back it up with.
My bad CL band story: This guitarist and I met up after two weeks of emailing and jamed. He had nice gear and liked doom so I thought perfect, now we need a drummer. So we met up with this other guy who was like 32 (nothing wrong with that but were 20 and 23) and his influence was SLIPKNOT. That drummer didnt last long. Then my guitarist became the flake-master 9000 and wont talk to me so ****em. Who else has a good/bad CL band Story?
Before that I met up with some deathmetal drummer who didnt give a **** about what I wanted to do and the guitarist had some little combo and would just pink floyd solo the whole time.
Crazy fast drums and long, drawn-out guitar solos? I would actually listen to that band.
Trust me it was not good,cool,rad,neat,or even ok.
The same thing pretty much happened to me on a CL add. Mixed matched garbage drums and a guitar playing through a metal zone into a little combo. My White Amp through an emperor 4x12/1x18 and black muff should have been arrested for sexual assualt
That Red Fang video is the business!
I'm wondering what anyone can tell me about how the sansamp works with distortion pedals.If I was to use one simply as an amp substitute and run my dirt pedal into it,how different would it sound to running through a real amp?
So I pulled the trigger on a mojo hand colossus. I love my russian muff but it just isn't reliable. This looked pretty cool and I like the mid knob. It should go nice with my OCD and all my effects
Keep in mind, I have the Behringer clone, not the sansamp. I run my Bass Fuzz before the Di so if I have to run out, my fuzz is in the signal. The DI is not an amp substitue. It is only a preamp at best. You still have to have something to power it (power amp).
Other pedals work best ONLY if they're before the Behringer BDI, otherwise it will sound *not particulary nice or natural* so to speak
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