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BOSS GT -1B BASS EFFECTS PROCESSOR

johnny880
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7 months ago
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Bought this a month ago. Still trying to figure out what works and what doesn't. Its a learning curve if your not a tech geek like me. A lot isn't usable in the real world. But on the other hand takes a humdrum bass to a whole different level. If you play with it. It can take a I am not sure about this bass to a hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm that doesn't sound to bad…
IamMark
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I have a Digitech multi effects pedal, and I like it. It's a great DI interface for playing small gigs and plugging right in to a PA. But it's not at all flexible to make tone changes during a gig. I made a tone setting that is versatile for all the songs we play, and occasionally use the chorus effect in some 80s tunes.

The pedal makes sense for recording and experimenting at home.
johnny880
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That's exactly what I did. Picked a few sounds that worked. The one nice thing I like about this is that you can easily edit there preprogrammed patches to add on different effects to your liking and save the patch and step your pedal board to use when you want. What I don't like is there is a lot of just silly preprogrammed effects that would only sound good if your on acid !
nothing wrong with hearing good things while on acid
johnny880
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nothing wrong with hearing good things while on acid
My acid days are in the far ancient past. The blurry days. But I hear ya !
johnny880
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I wish I had played bass back then. What a trip that would have been !
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Quote: nothing wrong with hearing good things while on acid My acid days are in the far ancient past. The blurry days. But I hear ya !

a far distant past, but now i'm all grown up if you can believe that

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