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Bass Blogger Guitar Pedal Spawns Guitaroblogosphere

by Paul Strauss
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What is it these days with everyone jumping onto the blogging bandwagon? This bass guitar effect pedal tries to co-opt the popularity of blogs by donning the unlikely and unusual name “Bass Blogger”.

Bass Blogger Guitar Effect Pedal

Electro-harmonix Bass Blogger doesn’t just try to hitch its wagon to the online star with its name. The maker goes so far to describe the pedal in the following way:“Ultra subtle and perfect distortion creates the perfect dialog with your drummer.”

I wonder if the bassist-to-drummer dialog includes an inordinate amount of comment spam. While it certainly wouldn’t be the first time I heard of a blog that produced a bunch of distorted fuzz, that’s about the only real similarity I can come up with.

If you’re ready to see what sort of blogging your bass is really capable of, you can grab one over on the Old Town School of Folk Music eBay store for just $79 clams.

[via Music Thing]

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