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Re: Bass Harmonizers

I bought the Behringer Ultrabass, it's great for the price.
it tracks ok for bass guitar, i boost the signal
with a sansamp bassDI before it then into one side of my amp then a sub 

it goes way low.
I should use a front loaded Sub than a long throw, it makes it tough
for sound guys ect. i just realized how greedy and silly i am, lol  

>From: Tim Nelson <psychle62@yahoo.com>
>To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
>Subject: Re: Bass Harmonizers
>Date: Mon, 7 Jul 2003 10:07 PM

>In addition to the pedals Douglas mentions, how about
>a rack unit like the DBX 120, the Peavey Kosmos or the
>Behringer Ultrabass? Anyone had any luck with these,
>or are they more suited to remix/sound reinforcement
>than live instrumentation?
>ps: Hey, Douglas! Yer computer's date is set a month
>--- Douglas Baldwin <coyotelk@optonline.net> wrote:
>> Medic! medic! I thought that
>> sub-octave-synthesis-for-cello thread died
>> awful quick. Someone mentioned the Boss harmonizer
>> pedal, and I was
>> wondering if anyone could compare it to the
>> harmonizers contained within the
>> Boss GT-3, GT-5, and GT-6 multi-fx pedals.
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