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Electro-Harmonix Bass Blogger

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Bass Blogger, Bass Distortion/Overdrive from Electro-Harmonix.

4 user reviews
Prices starting at $86 Average price: $86

Electro-Harmonix Bass Blogger tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Electro-Harmonix
  • Model: Bass Blogger
  • Category: Bass Distortions/Overdrives
  • Added in our database on: 06/11/2008

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Electro-Harmonix Bass Blogger user reviews

Average Score:4.3( 4.3/5 based on 4 reviews )
 1 user review25 %
 3 reviews75 %

quinine4's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Good Fuzz and Overdrive acceptable"

Electro-Harmonix Bass Blogger
Fuzz and Overdrive
Adjustments Tone, Gain, volume
1 Input 2 Outputs (Wet etDry)
Input 9V battery or
A very strong case.


We selected OD or Fuzz with a small switch that activates the finger and not the foot. We can not live to spend the gift fuzz OD.
The footswitch switches the selected effect or bypasses. In this connection it is True Bypass.


The fuzz is not bad at all, it is "music" and the body. It can be used over the entire length of the knob, the lowest bottom up, it sounds really good. Bass are met.

Overdrive is a little less convincing, I ended up not using it after buying a Sans Amp programmable.


I used it with pleasure a few years after buying the SansAmp then making a RAT house, she had no reason to stay with me.

It does not cost very much for a very good result.

I would have liked a "blend" instead of 2 separate outputs.
It has a special feature: It can not connect with a garland of other pedals by design (I do not really understand the explanation of intermediate mass but it is like that) despite that, it can be powering a really long time with a 9V battery.

Flo667's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Simple and effective"

Electro-Harmonix Bass Blogger
Pedal Overdrive / Fuzz true bypass.


It could not be simpler, volume, tone and gain.
With a switch that selects overdrive or fuzz.


The effects are good, obviously no eq settings it is not the most versatile distos, but she is working well and that is what is asked.
The default, since one is required, it is a single setting for two effects. And it is impossible to change without effect to stop playing due to the size and location of the switch. Depending on use this can be a problem or not.


I use it for several months now, with my band, and fit for purpose. For the price, ease of use, the fact that it is true bypass and it brings together two effects, it is a very good pedal. Obviously with more budget there are more interesting, and it is more convenient to have a pedal for each effect. But in its price range it is worth seeing, so for the same budget I rachèterais without hesitation.

dravode's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Electro-Harmonix Bass Blogger
It's a fuzz pedal that is over or drive.
Otherwise, everything has already been said.


The knobs are solid, like the box. EHX's classic, what.
The three buttons do their business, and the switch can switch from fuzz to drive over.
This is where things get complicated. the switch is very small, impossible to activate the foot, at least to play barefoot. In addition, the settings must be changed when moving from one mode to another (especially the volume varies). For the stage, where even the rehearsals, not great, unless you use this pedal for use.

Finally, the pedal does not accept garlands. A separate power supply is required (block premium or more transformers to predict, therefore)


The fuzz is really good: precise and does not drool. Even with the drive at full stroke does not create any buzz. The price / quality ratio is unbeatable I think.

The drive, I can not find it very effective. I do that is to "grow" my sound, rather than dirty. It does not seem made for that, but it's not so bad either. In fact, the saturation drive mode is very slight.
I play Fender Precision.


I have 2 years now. It was my first pedal, and I was happy.
Now, for the stage, I'd like two pedals and high quality.
I think a tech 21 preamp to fatten my sound, and a mxr for the fuzz, even if it takes a total of € 300.

With this budget, I will take two pedals, but for € 60 this pedal is great.

vsv972's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Efficient and fit in"

Electro-Harmonix Bass Blogger
Pedal fuzz / overdrive specially suited for low


3 knobs, use simplistic
Light manual
very easy to quickly find the sounds you're looking


Fuzz sound terrible is the sound of Muse
I prefer to that of a Big Muff for more precise and controllable (less runny)

Overdrive opens the kingdom of greasy rock sounds to jack bruce, and goes up sounds like Magma (Retrovision)


I used a lot of pedals before:
Big Muff, Rat, TS9, lutherdrive
this one has my favor when to sound fuzz

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