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It uses two NOS ACY41 transistors with "Effect" (gain) and Level controls. Catalinbread Merkin Fuzz: Catalinbread's Merkin is loosely based on a Mosrite Fuzzrite but it has an added transistor with 'Texture' control which is a really cool feature that takes a Fuzzrite Roger Mayer Axis Fuzz: I personally dig every pedal that Roger Mayer makes. Or if you want more effects go for the multi-effect pedals because I have gotten good distortion out of that. *500 posts* Well...were not really playing "metal", more like punk-type music....metal http://intouchvoip.net/digitech-bass/digitech-xbs-bass-driver-bass-overdrive-distortion-pedal.html

The gut shot pic is HERE). Wem Pep Box: My clone of John Lennon's germanium fuzz used during the Revolver era. Click on pic above for review Click on pic above for review One of my top 10 favorites of all time!. It's a heavy fuzz pedal. https://www.talkbass.com/threads/boss-odb-3-vs-digitech-bass-driver.726717/

Although, I will say, that overdrive sounds good on rare occasions. Compression is not for everyone, but it fits my style of music. (Alt Rock) permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]dreckmal 0 points1 point2 points 4 years ago(0 children)I usually roll no FX, but If I had to Bass fuzz is a whole other banana (but also great to have). I borrowed a BassDriver from a friend, and found that I liked the sound better, but it still got into the fizzy, high pitched mode too.

IMO, the Double Muff is too high-gain for Fuzz, but I use a Russian Big Muff with my bass all the time and am quite happy with the results. Share Octavia type fuzz that sounds awesome on guitar and can sound great with a bass too. Roo_bass01-15-2007, 10:57 AMBoss ODB-3 I really dig the "Natural Overdrive" setting they show in the manual, well with a bit more gain. wow, this looks interesting.

It can get some conventional distortion tones, but is also capable of an enveloped type of distortion when using the mix control. Muddy stock, but after a a single capacitor mod, it's great. I also added a status led and a relayed true bypass, all in a small 1590B enclosure. find more Way Huge Green Rhino The GR is a modded tube screamer with much more tone control & is nice with a bass!.

Jan 18, 2011 #11 aledeville Jan 25, 2010 Bern, Switzerland I had both and they simply produce too much hiss. (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) The fuzz also has it's own tone control for further shaping the pedal's overall tone. I would recommend getting a good one that was designed for use with bass, as they really help to preserve the low end. By changing just one capacitor in the summing amp, I was able to open up the top end and now I really dig this pedal.

Also try the MXR Bass DI plus --- Very aggressive. My bass player got rid of his for that reason. He wants $90 CA for it! The actual distortion isn't very good though.

This one is based on a big muff but has two extra transistors, one at the input and another at the output. navigate here Although it is a very nice sounding distortion pedal, this one does cut quite a bit of low end so I really can't recommend it for use with a bass. The gut shot is HERE LectricFX Mongrel Fuzz: A pretty unique circuit that uses a dual opamp driving a germanium transistor into overdrive/fuzz. Acoustic 370 Preamp pedal: The Acoustic 370 is by far my favorite Acoustic bass amp ever made.

Way Huge Pork Loin: I had an original one of these but sold it since I found it to be too muddy/dark sounding. The 'bite' and 'focus controls both add gain and the bias sets the bias of the GE transistor. Bay Area There are a number of great OD options for bass. Check This Out thanks for nothing, Captain Context-Fail...

Awesome guitar octave up fuzz, but just okay on bass Sansamp BDDI clone but sounds A LOT better. I also added a relayed true bypass. Jan 2, 2011 #2 bassbrad Aug 17, 2000 Leander, TX (outside Austin) Other 2 B honest I have never tried the Digi Bass Driver and i have a long time luv/hate

Shiny McShine, Apr 26, 2008 Shiny McShine, Apr 26, 2008 #10 Apr 26, 2008 #11 cmatthes Member Messages: 3,842 Joined: Feb 24, 2003 Location: DC Metro 'Burbs I use my Tech21

After July 1, 2017, we will delete any ads asking for PayPal Gift payment and we will issue the member a warning. permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]reddit_gt 1 point2 points3 points 4 years ago(0 children)you are not alone! for this song I'm using a short delay on the M9 with an attack delayed multi-octave effect on the hog to create the sounds for the intro and then a sample It also has a scoop/flat switch for the tone control.

Artist Login Products PedalsBand CreatorDistortion / Overdrive / FuzzWhammy/PitchLoopers / DelayReverbMod EffectsOtherHardWire Extreme Performance PedalsTunersBass Pedals Multi-EffectsGuitar Multi-EffectsBass Multi-EffectsUSB Recording InterfaceVocalist AccessoriesFoot ControllersPower Supplies Discontinued Products Software Product Registration Promotions Artists One thing I learned from this post is to use more mids. And I don't have a paypal or anything. http://intouchvoip.net/digitech-bass/digitech-xbd-bass-driver.html Its pricey but can do everything from slight overdrive to full blown metal.

Behringer's Super Fuzz sounds great and is way more flexible than the originals Rockett Pedals WTF Fuzz: Designed for Rockett by Paul Trombetta, the WTF (i.e. Once shipping/duty/border fees are paid, it amounts to a lot more. also the Mudhoney is good for adding a little snip of drive as well Share Quote 4th February 2007 #6 Blast9 Moderator My Studio The Ibanez PhatHed The CF version comes in a larger 1590BB but I went with a smaller 1590B with a relayed true bypass on mine.The gut shot of this one can be viewed HERE.

This is a clean boost pedal capable of very high output, but can also be used as an overdrive. AshdownJames Lomenzo FuzzrociousDark Driving Barber Deep Fryer: Dave Barber's pedals are always something special, and I love the sound of every one that he makes. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]ZachShannon 0 points1 point2 points 4 years ago(0 children)If you're playing in a band, I'd recommend staying away from the Bass Big Muff, it sucks the mids out of your bass, which the boss gets some decent tone, but mine changed tones without me adjusting the settings at all Jan 18, 2011 #9 walker rosewood Oct 22, 2009 rochester, NY other.

The expression pedals are for the hog and M9.