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Electro Harmonix Deluxe Bass Big Muff Pi Bass Effects Pedal Review

electro harmonix deluxe bass big muff pi

When people say that a product is worth the extra money when it comes to purchasing the deluxe edition of it, this is something that is monumental.

This sentiment is exactly what people say about this effects pedal. They love it and consider it a go-to item for many different purposes.

This review will tell you everything you need to know about this pedal, so you can decide if you want to add one to your collection.

How does it sounds? Here’s a quick demo of this product: 

Overall Rating :(4.5/5)

🆒 Features

Many Control Knobs

There are many knobs to get used to with this pedal. It may take some getting used to when you’re trying to learn what each of them does and how to use them properly.

There is a volume knob which changes the volume of the pedal. It’s also able to provide a bit of boost.

The blend knob changes up the distortion effect to different percentages on the dry and wet scale.

The tone knob is for going through the sounds from treble to bass. The sustain knob effects sustain and distortion properties.

The gate knob lets you turn the noise gate on or off. Doing so will change the signal of the guitar.

Has a Crossover Circuit

There are also two crossover knobs. They are for high pass filter and low pass filter. In other words, this helps change the frequencies you’ll be able to hear.

Goes Through a Range of Effects

With all of the different dials to configure, this one promises a lot of effects. It has a bit of fuzz as well as distortion.

This means you won’t have to use many pedals, when this one does a lot of different jobs.

Has in Input Switch

There is an input switch, which lets you choose between -10 decibels and 0 decibels. This allows you to use active pickups more effectively.

Great for shows, recording, or practicing: In addition to just using this to practice at home, it has been used successfully for making recordings of different songs and playing live shows.

Overall, it’s something that will be able to perform well live or when you’re just messing around.

Still Great For Home Use Too

Even though it’s sophisticated enough to use professionally, it doesn’t have to leave the privacy of your home.

It can be used by itself or placed in a pedal board, so it always has a cherished place with your other guitar essentials.

Powered By a 9 Volt Battery

This impressive model uses just one 9 volt battery to power the whole thing. Since you can use it without having to plug in a power cord, this saves you a lot of time and headache.

You’ll be able to see when it’s powered right, so there’ll be no guesswork.

  • Three outputs
  • Lots of control options
  • Much like the Bass Big Muff Pi
  • Has a noise gate
  • Only for bass guitars
  • Larger than mini pedals

🙈 Who Is It For?

Those that have a bass that they really love and play all the time with other pedals could benefit greatly from this pedal.

Many people love that it is for bass guitars, but one disadvantage is that they wish it was for other guitars as well, since it’s so handy and can do so much.

If you are someone that performs or has a band, there is no denying that this is a machine that has pretty much everything you need.

It can do so many effects and has all the crossovers and other options you would want, so you may not have to take any supplemental machines when you when you’re doing a show.

This one is also a lot bigger than mini pedals, but that doesn’t mean you can’t put it in your pedal box. It still isn’t too big to take where you want to go with it, and it only weighs a little over a pound, so it should be no trouble to carry around with your guitar.

If you’re new to the pedal game but not to the world of playing bass, this is something that you should definitely research as well. It may allow you to do all the things you’ve been thinking about, but you didn’t know they could be accomplished with just one device.

There are really no downsides to owning this one, and it doesn’t cost too much for most to be able to afford. It’s something that does a lot of jobs, so even if you only use it for a few things, it is still worth the money.

Besides that, it looks really cool and it’s still small enough to cart around. It may take a while to get used to the controls, but once you do, you’ll have a great understanding of all the things you can do with your guitar, and how you want to keep working at it.

Besides that, it will be fun to figure everything out.

💡 Bottomline

The bottom line is that this is the only pedal you’ll need to have with you when you’re playing your BASS.

It can do all the things you want it to do, including distortion effects, crossover, and there’s even a noise gate. At the same time, you can change up the tone, volume, sustain, and more.

This gives you so many options to get the sounds you’re looking for, and it’s all available in one gadget. Of course it’s a little bit bigger than the mini models, but it’s worth it, since you won’t have to lug a bunch of pedals around with you if you have to be on the go or away from your home base.

It’s also something that is built well and is made by one of the top names in the business, so there’s no reason to think it won’t hold up over time, or that it won’t meet all your demands.

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