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My Favorite Bass Toy

Discussion in 'Maddrakkett's Caffe' started by ectoflanger, Jan 7, 2018.

  1. ectoflanger

    ectoflanger Supporting Member

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    If there was ever a bass’ version of being drunk, then surely this must be the elixir-

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    RIP California U.S.A. Supporting Member

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    I love wahs, and I know there is a lot of good stuff out there, but so far my Cry Baby is still my fav

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    Bassist4Eris

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    I use individual pedals for gigs, but for pure, unadulterated living room freakouts, nothing beats this one for me.

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    Augie The Desert Bass-ape

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    My Digiretch Expression factory! Damn thing has so many cool sounds but zero programmability! OK but super tweak-able wahs, most of a whammy, whatever the hell the space station is (I use it to imitate a synth organ) and probably the nicest digital version of an ADA flanger I've played, plus distortions on all of them and a volume pedal in "off mode". BUT you cant save settings! :( so lots of crawling on the floor between songs!
     
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