bass pedals

Rig Rundown: Nir Felder and Will Lee

For the Band of Other Brothers, this dynamic duo carries a light load.

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The company's first stomp carries a 4-pack of separate "gears" of variable analog overdrive textures and harmonic content along with a clean blend feature.

GENZLER AMPLIFICATION proudly announces a "redux collaboration" that brings Jeff Genzler and Andy Field back together again developing a newline of bass effect pedals under the Genzler Amplification brand. Both forces have shared design passions that date back to the early 1990's while working together at Jeff's former company, Genz Benz. Andy and Jeff, along with current Genzler Amplification engineer Scott Andres, were responsible for the products that put Genz Benz on the map so many years ago.

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Separate, stackable custom-voiced circuits make a strong and crunchy case for two being better than one.


Recorded direct into Focusrite Scarlett 2i4 interface into GarageBand.
Clip 1: Channel 1: gain 2 o’clock, tone 12 o’clock, level 1 o’clock. Channel 2 (engaged at :20 to :30): gain 2 o’clock, tone 11 o’clock, level 3 o’clock, freq 2 o’clock, sub level 4 o’clock.
Clip 2: Channel 1: gain 12 o’clock, tone 2 o’clock, level 2 o’clock. Channel 2 (engaged at :20 to :40): gain 12 o’clock, tone 3 o’clock, level 3 o’clock, freq 12 o’clock, sub level 12 o’clock.
 

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Pros:
Dual distortion circuits. LED position markers. Variety of distortion flavors. Gain dials have balanced/even sweep.

Cons:
A bit pricey if both distortions aren’t being utilized.

Street:
$169

Fender Trapper Bass Distortion
fender.com


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