#1
I'm interested in running the Bass Deiver through my setup in my sig, anyone run this pedal or have any sound clips of it? Is this something I can achieve with my SVT3 Pro? Doesn't seem like many people on here run it or talk much about it.
Guitar:
ESP LTD EC-1000 STBC

Bass:
Fender MIA Black/Maple Jazz 4 String
Ampeg B-40 4x10 Cab
Ampeg SVT3 Pro
#3
thought muse used a big muff?


i like the OD sound from my bass driver alot. it'svery full sounding. with most effects you loose bass BUT NOT WITH THIS.

the OD sounds pretty sweet plus the D.I isgreat and it works as apreamp in a pinchand sounds pretty goodtoo while doing so.
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SansAmp Bass driver DI
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Furman PL8
FINALLY-Ampeg SVT 810E
#4
its a great pedal.
i have one.
you can get very very diverse tones
extremely easily and they all sound great.
its worth getting fer shure
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#5
its great. not only can you use it for OD, but it makes a great EQ when recording or if you dont like your amps EQ.
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#6
Let's put it this way, the 3 channel programmable Bass Driver is pretty much the holy grail of pedals for me
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#7
sweet, you guys have any sound clips?
Guitar:
ESP LTD EC-1000 STBC

Bass:
Fender MIA Black/Maple Jazz 4 String
Ampeg B-40 4x10 Cab
Ampeg SVT3 Pro
#8
Quote by Bad Seed
sweet, you guys have any sound clips?



http://www.geocities.com/sansampbass/sounds.html


^ Not my site, but it was posted here before, I believe.

If you don't really need the EQ'ing, you should also look into the Fulltone Bass Driver and the EBS Multi-drive. They're both around the same price, but are dedicated OD's, not pre-amp/DI type dealies.


To steal soundclips from the Talkbass forums:

EBS Multidrive: http://www.talkbass.com/forum/showthread.php?t=367114

Fulltone BassDriver: http://www.talkbass.com/forum/showthread.php?t=371024
#9
Quote by Emergancy Exit
thought muse used a big muff?


i like the OD sound from my bass driver alot. it'svery full sounding. with most effects you loose bass BUT NOT WITH THIS.

the OD sounds pretty sweet plus the D.I isgreat and it works as apreamp in a pinchand sounds pretty goodtoo while doing so.


Yup they do use a Big Muff, but they also do use Sans Amp stuff, on bass and vocals I think, they do it for Matt's vocal (the uber distorted style, not the tube effect although I'm sure you can get that sound from it) x
#10
Quote by Charlatan_001
http://www.geocities.com/sansampbass/sounds.html


^ Not my site, but it was posted here before, I believe.

If you don't really need the EQ'ing, you should also look into the Fulltone Bass Driver and the EBS Multi-drive. They're both around the same price, but are dedicated OD's, not pre-amp/DI type dealies.


To steal soundclips from the Talkbass forums:

EBS Multidrive: http://www.talkbass.com/forum/showthread.php?t=367114

Fulltone BassDriver: http://www.talkbass.com/forum/showthread.php?t=371024


Man that BassDriver is the ****! I gotta check that out
Guitar:
ESP LTD EC-1000 STBC

Bass:
Fender MIA Black/Maple Jazz 4 String
Ampeg B-40 4x10 Cab
Ampeg SVT3 Pro
#11
I was in your position a few weeks back, I have a setup so I thought I'd invest in a good OD/distortion pedal. Tried out the SanSamp, the Fulltone, the MXR and a few other cheaper ones and the Fulltone really blew me away, now it lives in my setup, always on and I have never been happier with my tone. All I want now is some slight chorus and my ideal tone is complete.
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#12
Quote by Charlatan_001
http://www.geocities.com/sansampbass/sounds.html


^ Not my site, but it was posted here before, I believe.

If you don't really need the EQ'ing, you should also look into the Fulltone Bass Driver and the EBS Multi-drive. They're both around the same price, but are dedicated OD's, not pre-amp/DI type dealies.


To steal soundclips from the Talkbass forums:

EBS Multidrive: http://www.talkbass.com/forum/showthread.php?t=367114

Fulltone BassDriver: http://www.talkbass.com/forum/showthread.php?t=371024


Those SansAmp clips are not very flattering. If that's how it sounds in real life...
#13
Yeah, I know. I've tried out a SansAmp BDDI in a store, and it sounded a little bit better than those sound clips.

Then again, I was comparing the "dry" tone of a Fender Rumble 100 to the tone when using a BDDI, so of course it'd sound better...

I'd rather use the BDDI for tone shaping than OD - from those soundclips, the only tone I'd probably use is the King's X type tone, and it's not even too hot.
#14
Gonna check it out hopefully this weekend if it's at guitar center or sam ash
Guitar:
ESP LTD EC-1000 STBC

Bass:
Fender MIA Black/Maple Jazz 4 String
Ampeg B-40 4x10 Cab
Ampeg SVT3 Pro
#15
well I went to guitar center, they didn't have the fulltone bassdriver but they had the tech 21, and of course the guy talked me into it. I like the sound of it though, definitely boosts my SVT3 more. I may hold on to it, I got a russian big muff for a fuzz distortion, I may pickup the fulltone later on down the road.
Guitar:
ESP LTD EC-1000 STBC

Bass:
Fender MIA Black/Maple Jazz 4 String
Ampeg B-40 4x10 Cab
Ampeg SVT3 Pro