'Small Stone' Effects Pedal

Effects pedals or devices to alter the sound of your bass
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'Small Stone' Effects Pedal

Post by definite » Mon Jan 25, 2010 1:06 pm

has any1 used a Small Stone pedal with bass? How goes it?

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Re: Small Stone

Post by model.citizen » Tue Jan 26, 2010 7:18 am

depending on the version, it'll be true-bypass or not.

not=some bleed, especially if you run other effects (which seems to amplify it)

almost funky phase to it i find, very very deep phasing too...when engaged there's an increase in level, but the down phase get's kinda lost at it's bottom trough (although not enough to be a concern). ie: if you have the rate too low you'll disappear from the mix a bit (moreso midrange).

russian model has more of a low-mid emphasis, nyc model sounds a bit deeper and scooped (to me). the big old-skool steel boxes rust, which may or may not be cool depending on your outlook 8)

i've got one you can borrow if you wanna check it out?
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