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Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by Turbo, Jan 27, 2005.
I need to be able to play Progenies of the Great Apocolypse and make it sound better.
I can put a bunch of lead weights in a Big Muff to make it heavier.
To actually answer you question, I think you might like the TRI -AC.
And truthfully, that's probably my answer too.
I haven't heard the song in question, but I am currently waiting for a Torn's Peaker from Effector 13. They have bass sound samples on the site. They also have some very heavy fuzz pedals.
Sorry for the joke earlier, I would suggest a BJF Blueberry.
Not sure what your definition of Heavy is but this pedal loses absolutely no lows at any useable setting. With the tone/bass control set in the lowest position it actually adds so much low end that it can get muddy if you aren't careful.
Downside to this pedal is cost; I think they list for over 200 dollars.
I don't remember hearing the bass use any distortion in that song Maybe I need to listen to it again.
For you guys that don't know the song I would call it Black Metal but what do I know, I'm 34 and uncool
They should call that the Kyuss Fuzz. Seriously, roll off the highs and boost lows (add detune) and you would be about there.
ZVex Machine. Nastiest distortion ever.
Run two or three distortions at once... umm, yeah, i know the noise and hiss will be unbareable, but if you need the most distortion possible, well... there you go. Also you'll have no clarity. I ran my sansamp -> boss odb-3 -> guitar amp, line out -> Bass amp.. all gain and level settings at 10, and my bass amp has a tube pre-amp, so that was distorting like mad... let's just say i've never heard anything more distorted, and if i turned the master volume from .5 to 1 i would blow my speakers, because the pre-amp gain was so high.
that deserves a...
Red channel of a Mesa V-Twin. Awww yeah.
ZVex Wooley Mammoth is ungodly distortion for bass, and it's really ooomphy bassy thick.
Really? - I wonder..
I'm not familiar with the song, but try asking half the rock guitarists out there "let me hear your AC/DC sound", and they'll reply with some sort of scorching death-metal tone or something.. Most AC/DC guitar parts are practically twangy-clean!!
Some players seem to have a hard time telling the difference between masterful, authorative, powerful playing, and.. what? Distortion?? (Oo.. I almost used a smiley -- I don't do smileys...)
Are you sure that it's distortion that you need, Turbo?
beat me to it...this is pretty wild distortion...
Hell yeah! I think I want one of these. Lets us know how you like when it arrives.
poke holes in your speakers with a pencil