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Педаль Wah EBS Bass IQ


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Педаль Wah EBS Bass IQ

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EBS IQ

Feb 15, 2011 · The EBS BassIQ is an analog envelope 5 pedal that is triggered by the notes you play.

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The result is the 5, funkiest, most rumbling bass sound ever 5. The pedal has two controls.

Педаль Wah EBS Bass IQ


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EBS BassIQ. The EBS BassIQ is an analog envelope filter pedal that is triggered by the notes you play.

Педаль Wah EBS Bass IQ

The results are the funkiest and most responsive sounds in a stomp box. Auto-Wah or Funkadelic Sounds. The pedal achieves sounds ranging from the classic подробнее на этой странице to your own unique space-bass or ?Funkadelic?

sound. Technical Specifications:
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The EBS Phantom Power System™ makes it possible to power the EBS BassIQ with 9V DC directly from the EBS Drome, Gorm, Fafner and 1V2/Classic amps.

Педаль Wah EBS Bass IQ

Here is a step-by-step instructiononhowtodothis. H EBS P P ™OW TO USE THE 5 OWER 1) Здесь a stereo ¼” instrument cable (TRS, tip-ring-sleeve) between the EBS BassIQ pedal and the EBS amp.


I have the M82 and I ordered an EBS to try out because I love EBS 5.

Педаль Wah EBS Bass IQ

I just love the feel and construction of them. The MXR feels like a toy in comparison. I am so very 5 between the two.

EBS Bass IQ Analog Envelope Filter - YouTube

What led me to order 5 EBS was my first live show with the MXR.you couldn't even tell I had it on but that turns 5 not to жмите the pedal's fault.


EBS Bass 5 Analog Envelope Filter Pedal EBS BassIQ Triple Envelope Filter Pedal Specifications: Nominal Input Level: -8dBv Input Impedance: 200 kohms Bypass bandwidth (+0/-2dB): 5 Filter Range: 30-6kHz Filter Q (min/max): 3/10 Filter Mode: Down/Up/Up-HiQ Threshold: -50-+6dBv Attack Time (80%): 50ms-2s Dimensions 2.8"W x 4.5"H x 1.4"D 1 lbs.

Power requirements: 9V DC regulated, 10 mA.

Педаль Wah EBS Bass IQ

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Now he is putting his name on an EBS product.
The EBS BassIQ is an analog envelope filter pedal that is triggered by the notes you play. The results are the funkiest and most responsive sounds in 5 stomp box.

Педаль Wah EBS Bass IQ

Auto-Wah or Funkadelic Sounds The pedal achieves sounds ranging from the classic auto-wah to your own 5 space-bass or ”Funkadelic” sound. 5 Nominal Input Level.

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The EBS BassIQ is an analog envelope filter pedal that is triggered by the notes you play. The results are the funkiest and most responsive sounds in a stomp box. The pedal achieves sounds ranging from the classic auto-wah to your own unique space-bass or ”Funkadelic” sound.

Everyone well almost seems to have jumped on MXR M82 envelope filter, but BassIQ sounds greasier, funkier and better to me.
No more love for EBS?
Other envelope filters 5 hardly interesting to me because of their usually larger size.
Gotta keep it small for my board.
I have always liked the EBS.
Instead of the MXR M82, I have the I think now discontinued MXR Bass Auto Q on my pedal board.
It has features of both an auto wah and a tremolo pedal.
It doesn't truly master either one of those functions if you ask me, nor does it sound great on its own to my ears.
So why have it then?
It plays REALLY well with my other pedals- Malekko B:assmaster, 5 Bass Micro Synth 24vand EHX Micro POG.
The Auto Q with any combination of those pedals always makes for interesting tones to me.
You can hear the Auto Q in action in this vid: the auto q portion of this vid kicks Струбцина быстрозажимная Bessey BE-EZS45-8 at about 4:20.
I recommend headphones or good speakers if you can manage it.
At one point last year, I really wanted to try the EBS BassIQ, but couldn't find one in town.
Turns out that at that time, EBS had distribution problems up here.
Guess I coulda ordered, but 1 I hate to buy something 5 get it 3weeks later and 2 I prefer to try it before buying it.
So I finally gave up and tried a pile of other filters before settling on the MXR as a main filter, which I got used for a great deal.
No more filter GAS for now.
I love the wet and dry blend in the Mxr.
Never tried the ebs вот ссылка, but have tried some cheap ones in the past.
I don't have much use for synthy 5 in my current projects but hearing demos по этому адресу this get me gassing for synth pedals anyway!
Let me tell you, I'm going through this right now.
I have the M82 and I ordered an EBS to try out because I love EBS pedals.
I just love the feel and construction of them.
The MXR feels like a toy in comparison.
I am so very torn between the two.
What led me to order the EBS was my first live show with the MXR.
After some serious sit down time I've learned how to adjust the sensitivity on it.
So now I've got both side my side and I'm really having a tough time deciding.
I like them both so much.
Here's what I'm wrestling with: Like I said, I love how EBS pedals are built.
The thing is just solid.
The MXR feels like an empty metal box.
I WANT to love the EBS.
But, the more clean you blend in, the less 'quack' you get.
The EBS has a similar function which is controlled by trim pots inside the pedal.
You can blend in high end only, and there is.
The manual is not real clear on that.
In the end, with a little bit of high end blended in, the EBS is actually clearer sounding than the MXR.
Not by a huge margin though, and you'd probably never hear it in a live setting.
Sounds like it's EBS all the way!
Hold on a minute.
We cover 'Down With Disease' by Phish, which starts out with me doing the intro through 5 envelope filter.
The first note is an E flat played on the B string.
With the EBS that low note is mushy and undefined, with the MXR it's clear and powerful.
This one is probably a more personal preference.
Not sure if I can explain it.
Playing a single note, I notice the MXR has more mwhaaa sound.
In other words, a single note sounds like bwaaaaawwwwwwww on the MXR.
The same note would be more like bwaaaaaaaa on the EBS.
In other words, the end of a longer note does not 'close' down like it does on the MXR.
I prefer it to 'close' down.
I plan to spend more quality time with them today.
EBS wins hands down on construction and feel.
I love the 'greasy' tone of it, love the clarity, and the controls are very simple and easy to use.
It has посмотреть больше different modes, the Hi-Q mode is the only one really useable to me.
The MXR handles the low end better.
But it does приведенная ссылка sound as greasy as the EBS, and can produce some pretty nasty mid spikes.
Has more knobs, so be prepared to put some time into dialing it in.
The clean blend is a double edged sword.
Less clean blended in means you hear the effect better, but it sounds harsh and lifeless.
More clean blended in brings more body and clarity, but you hear the effect less.
Don't buy this just for the clean blend, the EBS actually does this better I think.
Right now, the MXR is actually in the lead.
It costs much less, handles low end better, and I prefer how it closes down the notes.
I like them both, though.
Any tips on where I can order a Proton to try out?
I haven't found any dealers with a return policy yet.
Give me the greasiness, clarity, and build of the EBS with the bottom end and mwhaah of the MXR and I'll be a happy dude!
Maxon AF9 is the best autowah I've tried for greasy sleazy dripping funk.
Proton and IQ were not greasy at all to my ears.
Would like to try out an MXR or EHX QTron to compare to these other pedals.
I also had a Q-Tron before I got the MXR.
I didn't spend a lot of time with them together, but I seem to remember them being very similar.
I liked the Q-Tron but had to move it on due to it's size and requirement for a specialized power adapter.
I used them together long enough to determine that the MXR would deliver the same thing in a smaller package that works with standard power.
ссылка на продолжение MXR does not take a hot bass signal well, though.
The Q-tron had no problems 5 that.
What about the Micro QTron?
They may have a greasy funk tone.
I have experience with a Worm.
In 'wah' mode with the sweep set to 'manual' it has a straight forward filter sweep that sounds similar to the BassIQ.
Well I'm sticking with the MXR over the EBS, the decision is done!
The 'decay' control on the MXR is what finally won me over.
I like being able to choose when the note closes off, and I like it to be quick.
источник EBS cannot do that.
If it did, I would have kept the EBS.
I'd still like to try a Proton against the MXR.
Hopefully I can find one from somewhere that has a return policy XEROGRAPH.
Ha, I agree, the maxon af9 and the brain freeze sound terrible to me, but it's a matter of style, I suppose.
I've been trying to 5 the right envelope filter for me as well.
I have the EHX bassballs, but it sounds super artificial to me and I can't seem to get the sound out of it I want.
I am looking at the Proton, the M82.
And the EBS iq.
It's a toss up, really.
I have three envelope filters on the go at the moment - a Xerograph, a GR2 and the Bass IQ.
The Bass IQ has a certain thickness that I really like, but the Threshold knob is very sensitive - a small turn covers the usable range for me.
On a gig, I often find that I've set the threshold wrong and either there's no sweep, or the filter is completely closed.
Wish it had separate attack 5 decay knobs too.
I've tried the IQ and owned the DOD FX25B, Digitech BSW, IE Xero Deluxe and the 3Leaf Proton side by продолжить чтение for a while.
The IE was the Рессора Dobinsons Toyota LandCruiser 70 1990 HZJ70/73, PZJ70/73 100 [TOY-068-R] one that I kept although I do miss the Proton dearly.
The Xero Deluxe is more powerful and controllable, hands down.
The Proton just has such a warm, loveable character to it - very funky.
What about the Micro QTron?
They may have a greasy funk tone.
I have experience with a Worm.
In 'wah' mode with the sweep set to 'manual' it has a straight forward filter sweep that sounds similar to the BassIQ.
I use both a Mini Q-Tron like a micro, but in a bigger box and a Bassballs.
The Mini Q is more of a greasy funk machine when set Термоэлектрический привод Danfoss ABV нормально открытый 230B, the Bassballs gives you more of an enveloppe filter from space type of thing.
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