I'm not so sure watz a function of a bass enhanced limiter (pedal & build-in). Does it
function so as to not blow ur amp up or something. Drop me an idea,thx yea.
Somewhat. A limiter enhancer keeps your signal from peaking and "clipping" when you play aggressively. Basically, it keeps your signal clean and undistorted when you play rough (or loud).
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A limiter is a compressor with a very high ratio, so basically it keeps your signal at the same level whether you are playing hard or soft. it's not so much it keeps it from distorting, more just evens out the peaks to you bassline a nice smooth sound. No one can play consistently every note, and with a limiter/compressor you dont have to! The enhancer part boosts bass and treble i believe