Today’s Show Me Your Pedalboard entry comes from Paris, from Greece! Paris is a bass player who only recently just started getting into effects experimentation. It looks like Paris definitely knows where he wants to take his playing, as he has a great mix of pedals at his disposal. Let’s take a look at what Paris rocks out with:
Here’s Paris’ chain in rapid fire:
(From left to right, top row)
BOSS FV-500 Volume Pedal: Definitely not as robust or durable as the Ernie Ball line of volume pedals, but a great alternative regardless.
Digitech Bass Multi Chorus: Don’t get me wrong, Digitech makes some great stuff but consider the MXR Bass Chorus deluxe as an alternative. The engineers at MXR really dug deep to develop a great chorus pedal. The modulation is absolutely on point, and it also has a flanging mode as well. Check out the PedalsAndEffects review here.
Behringer UV300 Ultra Vibrato: A great pedal, there’s not too much more I can say that hasn’t already been said. Sounds incredibly close to the coveted BOSS VB-2 Vibrato but costs a fraction of the price. You can find a comparison video here. Great pick Paris!
Photo Credit: Hot Line Music JP
(From left to right, bottom row)
Malekko Diabolik: Developed by my good friend, (and one of the hardest working bassists in the biz) Justin Meldal-Johnsen with Malekko. The Diabolik dares to take fuzz pedals into new territories. Featuring a harmonic spectrum setting, you get phenomenal octave overtones. Check out the PedalsAndEffects review here.
Photo Credit: Perfect Circuit Audio
Thanks, Paris, for sending in your board! Whether you’re just getting started with effects, or are a long time veteran its always great to encourage each other in the pursuit of new innovative sounds! If you haven’t sent in you board, feel free to email us at email@example.com and it could be featured here on PedalsAndEffects!