>i've been trying to get one of the boutique pedal manufacturers to make a >low octave (or one and two octave) pedal that will also do the fuzz thang. >i'd like them to make it so that the fuzz and octave are discrete and >blendable versus the original signal. so far no takers. anyone else think >that this would be useful? it would be kinda cool if we could get a >grassroots thing that would make one of these people interested in filling a >niche that isn't being met yet. ideas????? Might be worth e-mail Ashdown about this - their amps have a fantastic built in sub-octave thingie. I've got a 1x0 combo (300W!!!) and the sub on it is great... There's no reason what they shouldn't do what you've just said, if they can be convinced there's a market for it... >someone mentioned the interzone cd; thanks for the nice words. alex is >really easy to play with (a total mofo too i might add). Where can I hear some of this stuff?? ? >steve lawson, welcome to ld. now we're on two lists together . . . Thanks! Any other bassists on here?