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Shadow Stompin' BassPublished on 02/20/09 at 04:44
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
The Stompin'Bass is an "instrument" for crude, as a John Lee Hooker, accompanied by rhythmic tapping of the foot: boom, boom, boom, boom!

Speciality Shadow is in the amplification of instruments.
The Stompin'Bass presents itself in the form of a wooden box the size of a big pedal, surmounted by a rubber pad onto which is "stomp". Under the pad there are a piezo connected to a pre-amp fed by a 9V drumkit accessible through a trapdoor. A single output jack is UNESCORecords all. The box rests on a broad patch antidrapant in rubber for better support on the ground and offers same for comfort, a removable foam foot rest.
A rigid cover greets the box when you have finished give him a......
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The Stompin'Bass is an "instrument" for crude, as a John Lee Hooker, accompanied by rhythmic tapping of the foot: boom, boom, boom, boom!

Speciality Shadow is in the amplification of instruments.
The Stompin'Bass presents itself in the form of a wooden box the size of a big pedal, surmounted by a rubber pad onto which is "stomp". Under the pad there are a piezo connected to a pre-amp fed by a 9V drumkit accessible through a trapdoor. A single output jack is UNESCORecords all. The box rests on a broad patch antidrapant in rubber for better support on the ground and offers same for comfort, a removable foam foot rest.
A rigid cover greets the box when you have finished give him a kick.

You'll understand manufacturing is srieuse and luxurious finish. The casing feels good wood line! For 130 euros, we expected no less!

The use is not so comfortable. Indeed, a single output jack does not will integrate the "instrument" a chain of effects. O We need to find the plug:
- Within a Fender type amp with multiple entries in facade,
- Either online or in a microwave between the back of an amp
- To a secondary receiver,
- Or at a Boss Line Selector pedal type for will integrate a chain of effects.

From this point of view, I liked that Shadow integrates a circuit A / B / Y box with an input and an output device, a true bypass, a switch to start the pad, a balance effect / dry signal and even why not a button Tone and volume ...

Question quality sound, that mean?? Boom boom, like John Lee Hooker ... How to get a rhythm to accompany herself deaf. This is not a double pedal for death metal or a rhythmic techno! All this lack of nuance all the same ...

Stompin'Bass but has not said its last word: we must not hesitating to express it!
For my part, I connected several effects: equalizer, octave, phaser / flanger, delay (including reverse), reverb, effects type Leslie, whammy, pitch shifter, distortion, and even the Boss Slicer!
Stompin'Bass the changing face and becomes a plaything extra. Why just stomp? Hands, sticks, what you can do the trick! The RESULT is amazing!
- With the equalizer, the octave and distortion, we obtain a wide range of sounds: techno snare drum, djembe drum, metal, ...
- With phaser / flanger and Leslie, the result is ... futuristic
- With delays and reverbs, echo the vivid, special mention to reverse delay!
- With the whammy and pitch shifter, a pace that is singing!
- With the Boss Slicer, gnrateur rhythmic phrases is DLIR!

In short, I have fun and save CRER bizarre and frenzied rhythms on which I play the guitar solos and even rhythmic space ... That pleased Tom Morello (Rage Against The Machine).

In conclusion: the fact alone provides a simple rhythmic accompaniment without nuance. The connectivity makes it impractical simplistic will integrate a string of classic effects. Shadow of the ct will review it.
But once connected effects ... gnial it! We can then CRER rhythmic phrases and even frenzied solos to spice up his compositions. Lack an established artist to explore everything (Tom Morello, if you hear me ...)
130 euros is not given. Although the production is exemplary, but it's even expensive!
If I used the Stompin'Bass alone, I regret this purchase can be. But coupled effects, I can not regret having tried the exprience: I record my express on a looper, and go to the frenzied ... or even for the psychedelic composition.
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  • Manufacturer: Shadow
  • Model: Stompin' Bass
  • Category: Other Non-Chromatic Percussion
  • Added in our database on: 07/22/2008

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