#1
Take a look at this:

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I don't know if thread/s have been posted on this, but people have been talking quite a bit about these pedals on talkbass.com. So I thought I might as well enquire if anyone has any experience with them or any idea about how these work without any power supply at all.
#2
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#3
^ copy and paste the link
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ahhhh, yes.

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#5
to contribute, al I can say is I really like the look of a couple of them and would also like some answers
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Does anyone like the sound of that?

It sounded kind of meh. Not enough versatility either, it only had the one knob to change the tone or boost. Kind of stupid IMO.
#10
This thread screams of marketing ploy to me. Considering that I'm on the Talkbass effects section quite regularly and have never heard of this company. I searched for any threads that talked about it and only one showed up. That being started two months ago and being solely about these pedals.

It's also odd that the only demos on youtube for this brand of pedals were uploaded two days ago. Far too convenient if you ask me.
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#11
They look kinda meh to me. Think about the difference in control between passive and active bass pre-amps.... get my point?

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#12
After checking them out and hearing the sound clips I'm really underwhelmed by them. The overdrive sounds very farty and the other pedals seem to be lacking as well. Is it that bad to have power adapter? It's not like you'll ever have to play at a venue that doesnt have an open outlet.
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#13
I'm not a big fan of passive pickups in instruments.

Gues what? I'm not impressed by passive electronics in pedals either.
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#14
eh...no
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I'm not a big fan of passive pickups in instruments.

Gues what? I'm not impressed by passive electronics in pedals either.


This.

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#16
I wouldn't touch it even if it had tits.
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