#1
Just curious,
this might be a stupid question, I have no idea,
but,

do all Boss Stompboxes work for bass?
Or only the ones made specifically for bass?

I.e,

DD-6,

HM-2
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Fender Rumble 25 Bass Amp
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#2
go with a bass one, i got the odb-3 for xmas and its 10x better then when i used it with a boss guitar stompbox
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#3
Some do, some don't. You have to try it out and see.
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#4
What about a Dunlop wah pedal?
Equipment

Gibson SG
Epiphone Casino
Fender Rumble 25 Bass Amp
Traynor DG30D
Art & Lutherie Folk Cedar Antique Burst
Fender Mustang Bass
Godin Freeway 4
#5
With a wah made for guitar you have to adjust an internal component or trimpot I believe to allow the frequencies to work better for bass.
#6
Dunlop make specific bass wah's I think, so it would probably best to go with one of them if you're looking for a wah, it saves you the hassle of changing internal components and all that like Highway says.
#7
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What about a Dunlop wah pedal?

Dunlop makes specific wah pedals for bass.
#8
i've used a bass into my wah and it's ok but the sweep isn't great and some notes aren't pronounced at all, hence why theres a bass wah which better suits a bass range