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Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by Mudfuzz, Apr 5, 2009.
Eh? is there something to it or is it brown and bass start with the letter B
We are in the eternal search for the brown note. That is why we play bass.
Edit- DAMN beaten to it.
Wow, you guys took this one into the gutter even faster then I thought you would:scowl:
i actually think greens are a bit more common as well...? ......so are blacks. mostly muted colors.....greys,browns,shades of grey.
Alas, I have no brown pedals...Got a black, silver, two reds and a blue. All but one is (allegedly) made for bass. I'm feeling very inadequate right now.
have you ever heard Chewbacca?? I think he is a bass player!
Boss...Boss...Boss... That's a wide diversity of brown pedals there.
Brown is my favourite colour. I even thought once of putting together brown pedalboard Or maybe brown & pink.
Maybe to disguise the dirt and rust that they may accumulate from constant abuse, but i would lean more on the brown note reasoning.
Obviously the brown sound...
Well, Boss's original range of bass-specific pedals was brown, and I think they were the first to design pedals with bass guitar in mind.
so maybe it's some kind of thought in the subconscious of all pedal builders, Bass pedals=brown.
because the guitar players want all the flashy colors, of course.
Spanky travelled back in time to tell the companies to make them brown so that they would compliment the surge of pink pedals for bass in 2008. It was a total complimentary color scheme.
they think we're boring and conservative in our tastes, so they give us doodoo coloured pedals
a colour that befits a group of people mostly happy to stand there motionless from the neck down (doing the turkey nod from the neck up) and supply root notes whilst real musicians get the colourful pedals and the chicks
Nah, it's because brown is a '70s color, and the '70s, like the color brown, were all about soul. They give us the brown pedals, because - let's be honest, here: who makes the song more soulful - the guitar or the bass?
Guaranteed to sound like poo.
Our pedals that are beneath us are brown, I think we found it
Well, we seem to have answered the eternal question.
What can brown do for you?