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DigiTech Bass Driver
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DigiTech Bass Driver

Bass Distortion/Overdrive from DigiTech belonging to the X series.

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myguell myguell
Published on 05/22/07 at 08:51
- What are the effects or types of effects available?
Overdrive classic pots of level, tone, blend (super useful to leave a% of the original sound of the bass output of the pedal) and a morph to assay the overdrive.
- What technology is used? (Analog, digital, tube ...)
Digital output with two, one for the amp and one for direct console with a simulation of a 4x12 for this event.

- Are they edited? Via an editor Mac / PC?
Not

- What is the connection? (Audio / MIDI)
Only jack

- Is this a rack or rack-mount model?
pedal rather robust (rather heavy metal case), the system for the stack is a bit boring (as new Behring)

- Price

€ 80 bought at Thomann

UTILIZATION

Very simple, turn the pots and you can easily find his sound.

SOUND QUALITY

The sound is pleasant and you just adjust the drive as you want. I personally does jamauis the morph and blend was past noon.
I play in a band and that's fine to go with a guitar on a punchy chorus, it looks like 2 guitars + bass. The sound fits in well unnmix group without taking the whole spectrum.

Edit: there is still a small loss of output of the pedal.

OVERALL OPINION

After a few REPEAT du'ilisation I am very happy with this pedal to € 80. Of the drive pedal can possess a knob mix with the original sound of the bass and to me this should be on all the pedals.
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