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MXR M288 Bass Octave Deluxe
|Precio anterior:||EUR 170,00|
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- Tipo de efecto: Octavador
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dual-voice octave pedal from MXR Bass Innovations features bass octave effect 2 separately processed and individually voiced octave controls (Growl, Girth) Growl: for throaty, midrange octave-below tone), Girth (for deep and smooth octave below) controls: Dry, Growl, Girth true bypass wide variety of tone-shaping options offers organic analog tone MXR's 18-volt Constant Headroom Technology (CHT) provides studio-performance headroom and superior tracking Mid+ switch: adds up to +14dB midrange boost (internally adjustable from low-mid punch (400Hz) to midrange pop (850Hz) a Dry knob mixes your direct bass signal with the octave effect comes in a durable, lightweight aluminum casting power supply: powered by a single 9V battery The MXR M 288 has the same high-quality jacks and switches that have made MXR pedals the road-ready standard on pedal-boards around the world for over 30 years.
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Many bass players i know have the Boss Octave...That thing cant track anything lower than the 9th fret...I tried 6weeks on different configurations and order and could get a TRUE octave...Playing it through a computer shows that the pedal was, at more than half the notes, jumping half steps from your dry signal...now as i jumped to 12th fret it was tracking perfectly...but so would any pedal...
I am not %100 satisfied with the pedal...for the price i would like better tracking...but its a solid build, hasnt failed me yet and the Mid boost is amazing almost creating a Third voice...almost. The mid boost can be altered by removing the back of the pedal to matching your playing styles (BTW the mid boost dosent help the pedal track any better).
Love the pedal...but chain order is vital to an octave pedal for a true track.