Ok, here's the deal. I've been recruited to play bass on a project where there was never any real bass to begin with. A friend and I have been writing some stuff on Propellerhead Reason. Think Chemical Brothers, Boards of Canada, Air and Amon Tobin. It's cool stuff, the only thing is we both just decided to make it a live project and will try to play stuff three or four times a year. Since I neither he nor I are very good keyboards and we think it would be so much cooler to do it with other intruments, I've been "assigned" the bass chair, but I have to find ways to emulate the tones on the songs we've already written, which sound nothing like an unprocessed electric bass. I've have a Whammy Pedal and a Rat, but will need something totally unique to help me try to copy the sounds on the basslines. I'm probably only going to be able to a few pedals, and would like to keep it reasonably priced ($300-350 max). If I had a lot of money to spend I'd just go and get a Roland V-Bass and the problem would be solved. Right now I'm thinking Electro-Harmonix Bass Micro Synthesizer and I'm also very curious about the Moogerfooger Low Pass Filter. I like these because they're analog and if I'm not mistaken I believe these are quality units. Other stuff I've read about is the Akai Deep Impact and Digitech Bass Synth Wah. At this point in the game, any help would be really appreciated. I know there are some of you here with some awesome pedal boards who are very familiar with this stuff and could help me. The idea a few good synthy tones a la Moog and stuff with some filtery sweeps and stuff. I haven't tried any of these pedals and none of the places around me carry these, except for maybe the Digitech Bass Synth Wah (and you know how most music stores are never the most receptive about having bass players actually try out pedals) Anyway, any advice would be great.