I could spend hours coming up with tons of different effects and tones with these cheap guitar pedals. And that’s cheap as in some of the best inexpensive guitar pedals on the market.
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Fender Telecaster Deluxe with Bigsby and other mods.
Check the same pedals on Bass.
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Xvive Wave Phaser Bass Guitar Effects Pedal – W1 – Here
- Total (true) bypass with an LED effect on indicator.
- Intelligent envelope detector circuitry allows accurate and rapid staccato playing when strings muted between notes.
- Envelope and LFO sweep control for a wide range of effects.
- Companding noise reduction for quiet operation.
- Fully adjustable phaser, USA Designer Jamie Mallender.
Xvive Delay Guitar Effect Pedal Analog Delay Pedal Up to 600 Msec Delay Time-W3 – Here
- Xvive Audio proprietary chip design (3005XVIVE BBD).
- Delay time control up to 600 msec of delay time, Wide bandwidth, Feedback control
- Buffered bypass with a 900K input impedance, Input drive gain control
- Adjustable Blend control, complex rich modulation, adjustable modulation speed and depth
- High-tech filtering and noise reduction circuitry, true stereo outputs
Xvive Overdrive Fuzz Bass Guitar Effects Pedal – W2 – Here
- USA Designer Jamie Mallender.True bypass with LED effect on indicator.
- Long sustain with wide range of tone adjustability.
- Tube-like overdrive with gain adjustable from soft distortion to a screaming, highly compressed overdriven tube amp sound.
- Mix both overdrive and fuzz effects as desired.
- The unique ability to restore soft to loud playing dynamics to the normally compressed overdriven or fuzzed output.
See all Xvive Reviews – many cheap guitar pedals. (that cheap as in less expensive.)
You may also like the Donner Reviews more inexpensive guitar pedals.
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