MXR M82 Bass Envelope Filter Pedal

Analog Bass Envelope Filter
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MXR M82 Bass Envelope Filter Pedal image 1
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Bass Players, It's Time to Get Funky!

Bring on the funk! The MXR Bass Envelope Filter gives you classic analog envelope filter sounds in a pedalboard-friendly pedal. You can dial in the perfect amount of filtering thanks to Dry and Effect controls - very helpful for preserving the low end. Dial in the right amount of sensitivity for your level of attack and you're off and running! Plus, the Bass Envelope Filter boasts true bypass, so when you bypass the pedal your tone stays intact. It's time to get funky with the Bass Envelope Filter!

MXR Bass Envelope Filter Features at a Glance:
  • Analog envelope filter
  • True Bypass
  • 9-volt operation or optional power supply
Get down with the MXR Bass Envelope Filter!

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Filter
Inputs 1 x Instrument
Outputs 1 x 1/4"
Batteries 1 x 9V
Height 2.5"
Width 4.5"
Depth 5.5"
Weight 0.84 lbs.
Power Supply Included No
Manufacturer Part Number M82

Customer Reviews

4.5/5
Based on 12 reviews
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5/5

MXR M82 Bass Envelope Filter

I've had this pedal for about a week and I've been playing it every single day so far. It's such a fun effect. If you're having a bad day, just plug it and funk it away! This is my first envelope filter so I can't make comparisons but I definitely won't be buying another one as long as I have this one. It was either this or the Digitech Bass Synth. The fact that the M82 has the dry and fx controls sold me. It's so cool to listen to all the different sounds you can make. You let the notes ring out and the sweep sounds so nice. You owe it to yourself to buy this. You need this in your life.
5/5

Great Pedal

Great pedal overall. A very responsive pedal compared to most other auto wahs or envelope filters in the same category. I've played Boss, digitech and several other brands with the same function where I have come up short in tone, functionality, and response. You are able to adjust this pedal to whatever specs that you are looking for in your tone, just adjusting the Q or sensitivity will be more than enough in the different sounds you will be able to produce. All the way from a drawn out treble wah sound to a very high attack synth type wah. Playing with the dry and wet knobs will continue your tone difference to whatever you would like. Great pedal at a little more than average price, but well worth it. Sturdy and light as well. Will fit on any pedalboard and any type of genre that you can think of.
5/5

A superb effect

She's a beauty alright! A tiny package with all the parameters you want, built like a tank! The envelope follower circuit is is extremely responsive. Great for funky stuff of course, but I've found other great uses. Run it through a volume pedal to fade in the attack and you have yourself a great sounding polyphonic synth! The only thing to be aware of is the the possibility of overly resonant peaks overloading the inputs of subsequent gear in your chain. The sweep has the capacity to go very low, and the Q can get pretty sharp, so use responsibly! All in all; a very reasonably priced beast of a little module to ad to the arsenal.
Music background: Recording engineer/producer, professional musician
5/5

Fantastic pedal

I checked out every bass envelope filter currently in production. This one was by far my favorite. Versatile effect, with control knobs for every parameter. To me it just sounds so much thicker than any other EF, and I'm loving how small it is. I use a cutting board for my effects and space is definitely a factor. No on-board distortion but it works extremely well with my Bass Big Muff, which is a much better distortion than that of any other envelope filter which has one built in. It's not very heavy, but it seems to be very durable. I use this in the effects loop of my Tonebone Bassbone bass preamp, into a Peavey VB-2 all-tube head stacked on two Ashdown cabs, a 210 and a 115.
Music background: Gigging bassist
4.5/5

MXR M82 Bass Envelope

Really enjoy this filter - it is THE pedal I have been looking for.
Music background: Weekend player
See also: Bass Effects, MXR, MXR Bass Guitar Pedals & Effects