Featuring 128 sounds divided into 64 factory and 64 user programmable presets, the compact Utopia B100 pedal has a wide variety of effects, including wah, phaser, compressor, chorus, and flanger. 4 ch... Click To Read More About This Product
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Featuring 128 sounds divided into 64 factory and 64 user programmable presets, the compact Utopia B100 pedal has a wide variety of effects, including wah, phaser, compressor, chorus, and flanger. 4 channels of tone: Clean, Dist1, Dist2, and Dist3. Other features include Rocktron's Hush noise reduction, tube emulation, and a "speaker exciter." While it's not a perfect world, this floor processor may allow bass players a regular visit to paradise on stage or in the studio.
128 presets: 64 factory, 64 user
Motorola 24-bit DSP engine
4 channels of tone: Clean, Dist1, Dist2, and Dist3
Full bandwidth effects
Large effects palette
Hush noise reduction
Fully programmable Stereo Outputs
Heavy Duty Headphone Output
Auxiliary input (MP3/CD/iPod)
Easy-to-read Cool Blue LCD display
Store Button wth LED bank up/down and recall footswitches
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Comments about Rocktron Utopia B100 Multi-Effects Bass Pedal:
The rocktron utopia b100 is a different but cool sounding multi-effects processor. it's got four preamp channels. it's got one clean channel which lets you select two different clean sounds so you'll be getting two clean channels for the price of one. and it has three distortion channels. each distortion channel has a different sound. even though I find the distortion channels to be a little rough and metallic sounding. it's got some great sounding modulation effects. I dig the chorus effect. it sounds smooth and lushful. the reverbs and delays sounds pretty cool, but for some reason rocktron put a bunch of those effects on the patches on this multi-effects processor, but you can turn them off. the compressor sounds nice. and the wah effect sounds deep and versatile. but it's not a toe-tap wah. you have to program it on a patch in order to activate it. it's kind of a bummer, but that's okay, I don't use wah effects that much. if bass synths and envelope filters is your thing, look somewhere else. this is probably not for you. but if distortions and modulation effects is your thing, you'll like this multi-effects processor. if you're looking for something different, this multi-effects processor is worth checking out. but if you like bass distortions that sounds smooth and heavy, boss or korg "toneworks" processors would be a good choice for that.