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Shadow Stompin' Bass

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Shadow Electronics presents the Stompin' Bass, an electric percussive instrument.


According to Shadow, the Stompin' Bass features a unique robust and compact design as well as a high quality Shadow NanoMAG pickup system. The Stompin’ Bass aims not only at upgrading the sound of solo artists but also that of any band without a percussive instrument. Made out of chosen rosewood (a wood which is often used for quality bass guitar), the Stompin’Bass works as a fantastic bass or bass drum accompaniment to your acoustic band.

The Stompin’ Bass is said to be both versatile and easy to use. The slanted top gives a player comfort and easy use with the foot, so that you can either play it by using your toes or your heel. The underside of the Stompin’Bass is covered with a special anti-slip material.

The Stompin' Bass also features a removable extension so that your foot is in a more comfortable position for playing long periods. The extension is attached via industrial Velcro so it can be removed easily if it is not desired for playing.

According to the manufacturer, the NanoMAG pickup and the active electronics inside allow the Stompin’ Bass to supply a full, deep and warm bass sound. As it is a humbucker, it is free of 50/60Hz hum. A completely shielded case and low impedance output protect it from outside magnetic disturbances and makes it totally hum-free. The Stompin’ Bass has a standard output jack which can be plugged straight into any PA or EQ, pedal or guitar amplifier.

The Stompin' Bass is already available for an MSRP of 150.00€.
More information as well as a video demo are available from Shadow Electronics' website.
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