#3
doesnt seem too bad. looks like it would be better than a FAB something.

and i like the dry/wet level controls. not too shabby.
#8
W00t, glad to see it seems as though it was a good idea. Hoping it doesn't suck, but if it does then what the hell I got a free 9v to do what I please with.
#9
Quote by ledzepprules09
W00t, glad to see it seems as though it was a good idea. Hoping it doesn't suck, but if it does then what the hell I got a free 9v to do what I please with.


It would be a $15 9v.
#10
^ +3$ when you take into account how ludicrously expensive batteries are.


tell us how it sounds with a guitar, i love cross breeding bass/guitar things.
#12
Quote by sg-rocker173
I had an Arion Tubulator as my first distortion pedal. I hated it.



its not a distortion pedal its a boost pedal
#14
Quote by ledzepprules09
Ok I just ordered this pedal. It's an Arion Distortion pedal.

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Arion-MDI2-Bass-Distortion-Pedal-?sku=150517

I was unsure if it's a good deal or not, but it's only 15 bucks. So what does anyone else think, good idea or bad? Has anyone seen one or used one before. Even if it sucks, I won't be upset it was only 15 bucks after all.

Well it probably sounds like ****... But if you've got nothing better to do with the 15 bucks, by all means...
#16
All Arion pedals are 15 bucks.....

and they all suck.

You get what you pay for keep that in mind. (and its only 15 bucks so its not a big deal or anything)
#17
Quote by boardsofcanada
^ +3$ when you take into account how ludicrously expensive batteries are.


tell us how it sounds with a guitar, i love cross breeding bass/guitar things.


I'll do that, It doesn't come until tuesday though, according to Fedex. But yeah as soon as I get it I'll shove a guitar though it and see if it's good.