#1
Has anyone tried one or even got one?

I havent got any bass effects at all and i think it would be kool to have one. ive heard great reviews about them. And do you think that the loss of low-end problem has been cured or is it still quite bad?

Cheers
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#2
I have 1, good pedal, nice sounds, many famous users, including Cliff Burton. What amp and bass do you have?

You do generally lose some low end depending on how dirty you have it, but you could pick up a blender to solve that, to mix in some of the dry signal, or an EQ pedal to boost the low end that way. If you could get them in a loop so that they switch on and off together. As I say though, depends what amp setup your running.

Ok nevermind, I didnt know your equipment list in your sig! Dont think you'll have too many problems with that setup. Do you use 1 or 2 channels?
Last edited by dannyloughran at Mar 3, 2009,
#3
It only has one channel, but i have an effects loop (which helps the low end issue).

And yeah cheers, ill go try one out
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#4
Use the search bar, thers a million bloody threads on this stupid pedal, which is highly overrated.
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The Bass Big Muff came out last year... Cliff died in 86. He used the Russian Guitar Big Muff.
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#6
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This.

Also, look at the bass big muff. No loss of low end frewuencys.
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Bass Big Muff is great. Try out the MXR El Grande as well. Slightly cheaper. My girlfriend uses it and it sounds sublime (or at least, as sublime as an exploding tank of napalm can sound).
#9
For those of you that are a bit confused, it was the BASS big muff pi realeased END OF LAST YEAR. That is the title of the thread, and thankyou for the info.
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#10
It is a solid muff style fuzz for bass, and has a fairly attractive price tag. If you like the tone, then by all means get it. It doesn't lose low end, so that is a huge positive, but it still has the mid scoop of other muffs, so it won't cut through a mix very well.
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