#1
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yGiiOEIe8Us
I started with a Pedaltrain Nano ($50) and set out to build everything on top of that. The power supply is a combination of a One Spot wall adapter ($20) and a Goodlyke Power-All daisy chain ($8). The pedals include a Mooer Thunderball bass fuzz and Rowin LT-900 tuner (both for a total of $88), a Joyo 6-Band EQ ($30), and a Behringer Compressor Sustainer CS-400 ($25). The patch cables were Chromacast 6" cables ($12). The total for the entire project came to $233.
Thoughts?
Last edited by UseYourThumb at Mar 29, 2015,
#3
yikes... I owned a pod for awhile but could never get a quality sound out of it. I'm not a fan of processors unless you're going all out and getting something decent.
#4
Cool stuff but there's a dedicated forum for bass things on this website. You might get more replies there.
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yikes... I owned a pod for awhile but could never get a quality sound out of it. I'm not a fan of processors unless you're going all out and getting something decent.


Trick A is to run them into a full-range frequency response cabinet, and if you're running a bass, Trick B is to give them enough power (POWAHHH!). And Trick C is to have a Bass Pod XT (or an X3) rather than a standard XT.
#7
i think that the money could have been allocated differently. instead of that board, you could easily make one for $10, and put the difference in either getting the behringer off of the board for something better.

it looks nice, but i feel that a lot of what is on there isn't stuff i would gig with. i would agree with dspellman and that a pod would serve you better for that budget.

but i do commend you on making something you like. and enjoy.
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i think that the money could have been allocated differently. instead of that board, you could easily make one for $10, and put the difference in either getting the behringer off of the board for something better.

it looks nice, but i feel that a lot of what is on there isn't stuff i would gig with. i would agree with dspellman and that a pod would serve you better for that budget.

but i do commend you on making something you like. and enjoy.


Thanks. The Behringer really isn't as bad as people think. It works very well as a compression. I preferred it over the boss equivalent...
#9
I re-uploaded the video without the music in the background. It makes for some awkward moments but at least you can hear me. Hopefully I can get better at this! haha