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Boss SYB-3 Bass Synth Pedal
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The world's first bass synth in a standard-sized stompbox. It turns your bass into a synth bass for hip-hop, dance, or urban funk styles. 2 separate ...Click To Read More About This Product
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The world's first bass synth in a standard-sized stompbox. It turns your bass into a synth bass for hip-hop, dance, or urban funk styles. 2 separate outputs let you mix a straight bass sound with synth bass, and 11 different modes give you a variety of synth-bass effects. A hold function sustains a synth note while you play over the top of it. A T-Wah effect provides a classic synth-wah tone.
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The SYB-3 is such a versatile pedal that it would be impossible for me to get rid of. With 11 different modes the settings are infinite, i have owned one for over a year and i am still finding new sounds to experiment with. I like to use it in bridges or the outro of songs to add to the texture and provide something unexpected. The only complaint that could be made about The SYB-3 is the price.
I can play my bass now, it used to sould like the "s word" but now It sounds really cool.
I've had this pedal for 5 or 6 years now and it's the coolest pedal I own. You can get a wide range of tones from it. Anything from old school synth keybroad sounds to things of your own creation. If you mix and match with other pedals like a phaser or ring modulator, you can come up with out of this world sounds. The hold feature comes in handy as well.
This pedal is the best thing an industrial, techno, or even a metal bassist can buy to expand their sound.
it is worth its value. it offers a great synth wah simulation, and also features some sweet, out of this world sounds. its not as good as the older issue in the 80's, but is worth the 250$.
The auto-wah(#10)settings are the most normal sounding modes that the pedal has, and the rest are quite strange. Settings 8&9 are like some kind of synth-fuzz mode,and the rest vary from spacy and phazer-ish to arcade-game sounds to techno stle bass (sounds like the bass to "more human than human").