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Published on Oct 10, 2016
Brett Kingman demos the Bass Fly Rig. We couldn't say this any better, so here are his words:
Q: What's 12.5" long, weighs 20.7 oz and fits discretely in your bass case or gig bag? A: Your entire bass rig! Yep, the Bass Fly Rig® can do it all.
Begin with the world famous SansAmp. With three active tone controls, the invaluable Character knob to take you from 70's thud through to modern grind AND a Drive control AND pre or post Boost, that's almost all you need right there. But you'll also find a Pad switch for active/passive basses, a stellar old-school FET compressor, an Octafilter that delivers Fuzz and Octave tones with onboard Q, Range and Mix controls AND a Chorus! Oh, did I mention a Headphone/1/4" Output as well as balanced XLR? Ladies, the Bass Fly Rig wants for nothing. Every home should have one. But wait, there's more! Hold down the Chorus footswitch and the BFR will mute to its onboard Tuner. More Presence? No worries, there's a Bite button there as well. Whew. Pack it, love it, play it. You won't be sorry.
Guitar: Sterling By Music Man Ray 34 Amp: Tech 21 Bass Fly Rig Extra effects: N/A Cables: Providence Power Supply: Voodoo Lab MONDO Mic: Samson Airline77 (me) Camera: Canon 60D (me) and iPhone 6+ (BFR) Soundcard: AVID Mbox Pro 3 Computer: Apple iMac 27" i7 3.4 GHz 16 GB RAM Software: Logic Pro X (not Pro Tools as indicated in the video - my mistake), Waves L3-16 Limiter (to keep levels in check at output), Apple Final Cut Pro X (video editing and Youtube compression).