#1
I need to know what bass pedal I would use for a LA dispute, touche a more, cage the elephant ( mostly LA disputes earlier stuff) and the cheaper the better
#4
Daniel Tichenor's setup is rather basic, but definitely not cheap:

http://www.bassplayer.com/article/cage-the-elephants-daniel-tichenor-bass-uncaged/154094
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#5
So really he just uses and overdrive and 2 distortion pedals? What about LA dispute?
#6
Just get a Sanamp.
Basses:
Fender Precision Bass
Fender Jazz Bass
1967 Fender Coronado Bass II
Warwick Star Bass
Squier Precision Bass TB
#8
Like most bassists out there, you need a compressor. Without a doubt, the most commonly used bass pedal in existence. Which one you get is not as important as is the fact that you must get one!
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#10
Compressors even out your note dynamics so that they sound very much the same (volume level, duration, etc.). Compressors are practically required pedals in a bassist's arsenal.

http://sessionville.com/articles/choose-your-weapon-bass-compressor-pedals
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