#1
I'm checkin out which kind of effect I should get for bass and am lookin at getting either a synth or a delay bass pedal. If anyone has a cheap suggestion (cause I'm broke as hell) please add it to the list. But I was lookin around on youtube and saw that a couple guys were using a Boss DD6 digital delay pedal for guitar on their bass. Let's just say I bought this, why shouldn't i use it? It sounds pretty good on guitar and bass so I figure it might be worth getting but will it like get blown out if I use it on bass?
#3
delay happens to be an effect that works pretty equally for both guitar, bass, and whatever else you feed into it. the DD6 will do just fine.
^^not necessarily helpful.
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#4
id just plug it into your computer and use like garage band and customize your effects on there.
that's what i do.
#6
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id just plug it into your computer and use like garage band and customize your effects on there.
that's what i do.


You cant use garage band to gig though.
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#7
i use a dd7 delay. its nice. when you put like a tiny bit of modulation it gives your bass a really awesome trashy tone.

my bug muff also works for bass
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#8
delay works for all i run my microphone thru it for the best harmonizing back up vocals u ever did hear lol
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#9
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You cant use garage band to gig though.
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You could run through any number of programs during a gig.
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#10
Some effects work quite well for both instruments. Delay would be one, and I believe flanger won't hurt your sound either(depending on whether or not you enjoy the sound a flanger stompbox produces).
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