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Electro-Harmonix Bass MicroSynth Effects Pedal
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Add the great sounds of the vintage synthesizers to your bass.

The Bass Micro Synthesizer XO adds the great sounds of the early Moog synthesizers to your bass arsenal. The pedal features 10 slider controls for ultimate control with 4 independent mixable voices (bass, octave, sub-octave, and square wave or distortion), the Bass Micro Synthesizer Pedal lets you create those fat, vintage analog synth sounds.

Electro-Harmonix Bass MicroSynth Effects Pedal Features:

  • Controls:
    Sub Octave
    Square Wave
    Attack Delay
    Start Frequency
    Stop Frequency

Electro-Harmonix Bass MicroSynth Effects Pedal

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  • Pricy, complex with very good sound!

    As reviewed by Rafael Araujo on 6/6/2010

    This is a classic EHX quality effect pedal. Has a lot of personality and great sound. It is complex to use as all analogic synths, but it is not hard to learn. If you know any wave-form theory, it is really easy. As i read in other reviews, it does cut the sound when signal is too low, but that is necessary to have some control of noise. I solved it using a compressor/limiter before it. Using a delay after the micro synth gives the sound great smoothness. It is pricy, but can be worth it if you are going to use the pedal well. ( i use a fender deluxe, GK RB700 II, EBS compressor, T.C. eletronics analog vintage delay, russian big muff)

    5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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  • electro

    As reviewed by justin wyatt on 12/4/2008

    this pedal is awesome for anyone trying to a project like metro station it has tons of noises you can get out of it.

    4 of 36 people found this review helpful.
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  • Cool effect but limits playing.

    As reviewed by Steven Castineiras on 3/11/2009

    This effect pedal has some very interesting sounds and capabilities, but did not fit my playing style at all. In the voice mix, the sub octave sounds superb, its clean and lightly distorted with this pedal's signature "synthy" sound. The guitar is just your dry signal, so no problems there. The octave, in my opinion, doesn't quite sound like an octave above what I play and has a bit too much distortion and treble. The square wave "synth distortion" sounds cool but only comes in one tone (an equalizer for the distortion would have been appreciated). The attack delay sounds like a subtle volume pedal which is ok if you play it for slow parts. The filter sweep as a whole was not what I expected. I wanted to be able to play Tom Sawyeresque synth decay, but the sweep was too plain and weak. The rate switch annoyed me... Put it past 5 sometimes and you get nothing but silence out of the pedal... Trigger is fine but don't put it to max a lot, it "stutters". The thing that bothered me the most was an internal noise gate that mutes everything, clean and effect, after your instrument reaches a low enough volume or if your attack softens. It can be internally adjusted, but even on the lowest setting, the pedal cut me off sporadically, especially when playing faster passages. Overall, the pedal has some cool sounds, but it just seems gimmicky to me.

    16 of 30 people found this review helpful.
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