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EBS BassIQ Triple Envelope Filter Pedal  

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  • Analog envelope filter pedal
  • 3 modes: Hi-Q, Up, and Down
  • Reacts to playing touch
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Goes from classic funk filter sounds to auto-wah or reverse filter sounds with the flick of a switch!

The EBS BassIQ Triple Envelope Filter delivers big, bad, and luscious funk bass sounds. It gives you 3 different modes to choose from: Hi-Q, Up, and Down. Up mode is the classic envelope filter sound while Down, as you'd guess, is the opposite; it reverses the attack of the filter. Hi-Q delivers auto-wah type effects that react to your playing touch. Threshold and Attack knobs let you get it on with the right amount of funk.

EBS bass effect pedals are designed to preserve the entire frequency range of your bass signal, use noiseless FET switching, are suitable both for studio and live use, feature robust construction, and are easy to use.

  • Analog envelope filter pedal
  • 3 modes: Hi-Q, Up, and Down
  • Reacts to playing touch
  • Threshold and Attack knobs
  • Preserves entire frequency range of signal
  • Noiseless switching

What's your funk bass IQ? With the BassIQ, you're instantly the head of the class. Order now!


BassIQ Triple Envelope Filter Pedal Specifications:

  • Nominal Input Level: -8dBv
  • Input Impedance: 200kohms
  • Bypass bandwidth (+0/-2dB): 20-20kHz
  • Filter Range: 30-6kHz
  • Filter Q (min/max): 3/10
  • Filter Mode: Down/Up/Up-HiQ
  • Threshold: -50-+6dBv
  • Attack Time (80%): 50ms-2s
  • Dimensions 2.8"W x 4.5"H x 1.4"D
  • 1 lbs.
  • Power requirements: 9V DC regulated, 10 mA
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EBSBassIQ Triple Envelope Filter Pedal

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Solid pedal. Does what it does very well.

By reckboy

from San Francisco, CA

Comments about EBS BassIQ Triple Envelope Filter Pedal:

It is a really good analog style envelope filter pedal and sounds great on slap stuff. I try to get a bass synth sound out of it for Herbie Handcock style music, but it is just not the right pedal for that. I am spoiled having owned a Deep Impact pedal with the best bass synth sound imaginable. Unfortunately I broke that one. The Bass IQ has been a good substitute, but I really miss the Deep Impact pedal.

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By tdub

from Elsewhere

Comments about EBS BassIQ Triple Envelope Filter Pedal:

I tried this unit out when checking out other bass filters/wahs... holy smokes this thing rocks and its totally silent, no hissing or cracking. The funny thing is that I played this one first and after that the other filters that sounded decent for half or a third of the price were sounding pretty bad but this EBS unit has a pretty hefty price on it for one or two different sounds though if you have the money and want wah/filter perfection absolutely buy it!

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Funky Stank made just for BASS

By Funk Daddy

from Albany, NY

Comments about EBS BassIQ Triple Envelope Filter Pedal:

I know own the EBS BassIQ Triple Envelope Filter Pedal and must say that I have long seached for a pedal with full pumping bass sound with that funky Bootsy shwoop. I have a Bass POD live and an Agent 00Funk Mark2, but neither really captures the funk. I have tried the E.H.Auto Q and Micro Q tron, the Otto line 6 filter, the DigiTech Bass Synth Wah X-Series, Ashdown Bass Envelope Filter Pedal, and the Line 6 FM4 Filter Stompbox Modeler Pedal. They all fell short of what I wanted in in a funkifying basstronic electomodulification!! The EBS seems to have been desinged by and built for BASS players. The up mode has a classic funk sound but lets uses the full thick bass sound going in and does not change it into some thin guitar sound. The down mode has the expected shorter percussive drop off. Then the Hi-Q adds a whole new dimension to the classic sound which is quite fun. I have not had the chance to acquire a Mu-tron, but I think this comes close to matching the Iconic Funikiness that I searched for over the years! I would highly recommend this product and will likely be checking out thier other pedals when the chance arrisies!

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EBS gear is expensive for a good reason!

By musicman-YCePC

from Wilmington, DE

Comments about EBS BassIQ Triple Envelope Filter Pedal:

I love this pedal! While not as gritty and juicy as a Mu-Tron or Moogerfooger, the BassIQ is plenty funky, and the unit is SILENT! Beware of the "down" setting, it can hurt yer speakers! If you want the best, this is it!!!

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By Kevin-KjV65

from San Diego

Comments about EBS BassIQ Triple Envelope Filter Pedal:

Ive been using the triple envelope filter by IQ for about 3 years now. I love the thing. I can get some real nasty synth sounds by combing it with a pitch shifter at one or two octaves above. The switch has some pops occasionally, after extensive use, but I could just get that fixed by a tech. This is a great buy!

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