If you’re a bass player, one of the effects that you have undoubtedly looked into is compression. You may have seen a few rack mount compressors, or even used a few VSTs in studio. But, have you check out pedals?
One of the pedals dominating the bass compression market is the Seymour Duncan Studio Bass Compressor. And for good reason! It can effortlessly blend uncompressed sounds, at studio quality, for ultimate dynamic control.
Seymour Duncan Studio Bass Compressor
If you’re a bass player looking to maximize your sound, then this is the pedal for you. If you’re not too clued up on pedals, or what options are available to you, you should [read this] first.
The Seymour Duncan Studio Bass Compressor can go from very subtle tone all the way to super-squashed.
The pedal is also built to last. The knobs feel solid, but not too tight. And the stomp switch feels like a quality unit under your foot. This pedal is as durable as it is great sounding.
So, what makes this pedal so special?
On the pedal, you will see a 3-position mini-toggle switch, as well as a blend knob. By using both of these, you will have complete control over your sound. You will be able to blend your clean tone with your compressed tone to ensure that you get out loud what you are hearing in your head.
Sure, it might take you some time at first to find that sweet spot, but once you have it dialed in once, you will have great tone going forward.
Punk rock pick players, slap-happy funkateers and ferocious fingerstyle players alike will find endless sonic options.
Additionally, the Seymour Duncan Studio Bass Compressor packs enough power to give you a nice clean tone boost for your solos.
Now, all you need to do is check one out. You can either visit one of our stores, or you can go to our online store and shop online.