Seymour Duncan Studio Bass Studio Grade Bass Compressor Pedal

Studio-quality Bass Compressor with Attack, Sustain, Blend, Volume, and EQ controls
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A Pedalboard Compressor from Seymour Duncan

Take control of your sound with the Seymour Duncan Studio Bass Compressor pedal. From adding sustain to help notes to keeping slapped notes in check, this VCA-controlled compressor has the functionality and features you need. Beyond the typical Attack and Sustain controls, the Studio Bass features a Blend control for mixing your compressed and original signals together. The Volume control lets you match your non-compressed signal perfectly or use it as a boost feature. Take it from Sweetwater's bass players - the Seymour Duncan Studio Bass Compressor delivers!

Seymour Duncan Studio Bass Compressor Pedal Features at a Glance:
  • Studio-grade compressor in a compact stompbox
  • Add everything from subtle compression to squashed tones
  • Blend knob lets you dial in a mix of the original and compressed signals
  • 3-position Mid/Full/High EQ switch lets you tailor the sound of your signal
  • True-bypass design keeps your signal clean when pedal is not being used
Take control of your dynamics with the Seymour Duncan Studio Bass Compressor pedal!

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Compressor
Inputs 1 x 1/4"
Outputs 1 x 1/4"
Batteries 1 x 9V
Height 1.45"
Width 2.6"
Depth 5"
Weight 0.67 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 11900-007

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Simply the best compressor I have ever used. I never turn it off! It is invisible and it is almost impossible to make it sound bad. Get it!
5/5

Seymore Duncan. Studio bass compressor

I use a 5 and 4 string bass through an ampeg svt. Vr all tube. The. Head has some degree of natural. Compression. The 5string was too dramatic. From b to g string. Never. Use a compression pedal in the past because they sounded squashed. And killed the tone.not this pedal. You don't even know it's on. Blend at 3,,level at 12,,, attack off. Compression knob. At 9 sounds amazing through a tube amp.also even out my other effects pedals and makes. My Tc dark matter distortion sound awesome. Great pedal and has held up to 4 months of touring so far.
4.5/5

Ad some "New York" style compression to your pedal board!

There is always a matter of opinion as to whether compression is really a bright idea in a BASS rig ; some say maybe you should work on your technique to get more even dynamics , others say that the dam D and G strings are so much more lively and I've already tried adjusting my pick-ups AND what about slap !!! Being a newbie to bass but not compressors I wasn't quite satisfied with the one knob compressors built into some amps ; seemed to go from barely doing a thing to stomping the out of the signal really quickly !!! I had some slow legato lines which those notes on the pesky D and G strings wouldn't sustain as long as I wanted in relation to the bigger E and A. Worst still was that if I put some compression "muscle" into it with one knob comps It would begin to release and bring the volume up noticeably during what should be a decaying volume phase for the sound . What to do ?? "New York " or parallel style compression! Go ahead ! Stomp the signal till your hearts content ... you can always bring it back to life by blending in some dry , UN-effected signal !!! and you can choose what part of the dry signal to mix back in ( in parallel ! ) Way to go SEYMOUR DUNCAN ! Great little compressor with enough controls and the all important blend knob . It can massage the signal to a surprising degree whilst making it not so dammed obvious that it's doing so !! That to me is a win-win baby ! Only taking a smidgen off of my rating cause there is allot of plastic ; jacks , etc . Just wish it had a little more heft to make it feel more solid . Only time will tell whether it will be able to take the rigors of a tour through hell or Madison Square Bedroom !!!!! One thing that has stood the test of time is that I can always count on my Sweetwater representative ( as opposed to reprehensible's like other gear stores !!) He's a great guy to work with ! And after that introduction... !!! ....A.J Becerra ;... Thanks for all the great help and advice ! You rock man !!!
Music background: Total non-Pro nincompoop!!! and dilettante; take this opinion with a half a grain of sat and never ever call me in the morning; I sleep late !

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