Low bass tones with the Meatbox by DigiTech FX
LISTEN WITH HEADPHONES! The low end generated from this pedal is very hard to hear on laptop or computer speakers Listen
Answering the call of low frequency freaks everywhere, the DOD Meatbox (2015) is an updated take on the cult favourite Meatbox from the ‘90s. As a bass subharmonic synthesiser and low-end enhancer, the Meatbox can produce a range of sounds from a slight thickening to a full-on, low-end assault! Use the Meatbox on bass guitars, extended-range guitars, synths, even drum machines and push all the air out of any room. If you’re looking for a new way to move your audience, look no further.
More than just a low frequency boost, the DOD Meatbox (2015) can also cut frequencies for tone sculpting as an interactive EQ and even produce distortion depending on where the output level is set.
The DOD Meatbox (2015) offers independent Octave, Output Level, Subharmonic and Low Frequency controls. True bypass allows your tone to remain pristine even when the DOD Meatbox is off. This is a big difference from the original, which would colour your bypassed tone. The modern 9V DC power supply input makes the pedal more pedalboard friendly.
LISTEN WITH HEADPHONES! The low end generated from this pedal is very hard to hear on laptop or computer speakers
DOD saw the demand, and they filled it: the Meatbox SubSynth has been reissued in all of its ‘90s glory, with some added user-friendly tweaks. In a sturdy metal chassis, the DOD Meatbox SubSynth offers colossal low-end rumble that you can feel as much as you can hear. Add subharmonics using the Octave and Sub knobs to dial in anything from a subtle thickening to a mind-blowing synth onslaught for your bass. Low frequency freaks rejoice - and make sure not to blow out your speakers. Shop the DOD Meatbox SubSynth on Reverb today: https://goo.gl/Kc7bcl Riffs played: 3:06 - "Beat It" - Michael Jackson 3:30 - Full Octave Tone 4:17 - Rolled Off Sub-Octave and Bass Boost 4:30 - Bring Back The SubOctave 4:46 - Adding Back The Bass Boost 5:43 - Full Band - "Huey Newton" - St. Vincent Hosted by Ron Petzke Jim Tuerk - Guitar, Earthquaker Devices Rainbow Machine Jon Leganski - Drums
Anyone who has followed my career knows that there is a sub pedal made by DOD called the Meatbox that has lived on my pedalboard since one of my favorite bassists, Jonathan Hischke, gave me my first one back in 2005 on the Mars Volta/Hella/System Of A Down Tour. This pedal was discontinued but Jonathan bought a bunch of them because he knew how powerful they were for bassists and back then, they were $30.00-$60.00 used. Jonathan blames me for the quick price increase, (where I have seen Meatbox's go for $300.00+) after my Premier Guitar Rig Rundown episode where I call the Meatbox a "speaker popper" and "when it hits those subs out their, it rattles everything on stage." Those words right there influenced bass players to jump on the Meatbox, no matter what the price. This video was shot and edited Juan's iPhone. See more at: http://www.pedalsandeffects.com Like Juan on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JuanAldereteBass Follow Juan on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/J_Alderete
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