Stellartone ToneStyler Bass Eleven

SKU:BBG 5770


Stellartone Bass Eleven

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The Stellartone Bass Eleven is a Eleven-Position High-Impedance passive tone shaping circuit with zero noise, distortion, compression or clipping.

The Bass Eleven offers eleven discrete tone settings with the tenth setting as a "true bypass" no-load. The maximum capacitance is 0.1µF

The Bass Eleven is recommended for single pickup instruments, two pickup instruments that utilize the correct type of no load blend control , or instruments with two tone controls that have controls mounted through the body.

Blend Control Available Here


The Bass Eleven features:

  • Heavy-Duty Mil-Spec Rotary switches with Gold Contacts and Terminals (Mfg. by Grayhill)
  • 0.235" Solid Splined shaft. Fits USA 24-Spline Push-On Knobs(Gibon®), 1/4" Set Screw knobs, or 6mm Knobs.
  • U.S. Standard 3/8"-32 Diameter x 1/2" Mid-Length Bushing.
  • Traditional Notched Design
  • Compact 15/16" Diameter (Same size as Full-Size CTS Pot)
  • Low Profile (Only Requires 7/8" Depth for Installation)
  • Molded-in Low Capacitance Shielded Mogami Cable
  • High-impedance passive analog tone circuitry with zero noise, distortion, compression or clipping
  • Mounting Hardware and Wiring Instructions


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Verified Buyer
#1 best thing you can do for your passive P!!!
By Mark J. (Jon) Rochner from on 9/27/2016
This is the very best device to upgrade a passive bass tone circuit. Great reggae tone when completely rolled off. Very sub-like!
Only one drawback... Soldering it in. Luckily, my luthier is doing the install, so I can't screw it up.
Highly recommended!
Verified Buyer
Fabulous tone shaper
By S. Fiorenza from on 7/14/2016
I installed this ToneStyler Bass Eleven into an Xaviere P-Bass copy, and although I haven't yet upgraded the stock pickups, with the ToneStyler, I don't have to in order to get phenomenal tone and many usable options out of this bass. I had no trouble installing this in place of the stock tone pot. In fact, I upgraded all of the electronics (I added a CTS volume pot, a Switchcraft output jack, and all new wiring) when I added this ToneStyler, and the upgrade was a remarkable difference! I may add one to another Jazz Bass I am eyeing, as I know the improvement will pay off. Get one of these right away for a great passive tone option to make your bass come alive!
Verified Buyer
By Mr Man from on 6/2/2016
I'd been eyeing this tonestyler for a while before ordering it. I have an excellent Squier CV bass (actually a Matt Freeman sig) that I've been modifying to heck (pickups, tuners, vol pot) and even though it sounded really good, I liked the idea of having tone presets. I play songs that require tonal variations (grindy punk to thick reggae) and the guesswork with a traditional tone pot was annoying. Now I can click the tonestyler to predetermined positions to get the exact sounds I'm after. The actual tones are not ones that I can get from the original tone pot either. There are midrange bumps and cuts that make multiple sounds. I like that there are ten tones and an open setting. I can start in the middle and roll it forward or back one or two clicks and it makes real differences. The bass seems to stay intact and the midrange characters for each setting seem useable. It wont take long to learn what tones go with what song I'm playing. If I decide to put in in another bass it will be a simple process, even tough I gotta use my soldering skills.
Get one. It's a cool thing.
Verified Buyer
great addition to a P bass
By Bill from on 3/10/2016
Along with a Nordstrand vintage P pick up, I put the Stellartone 11 into upgrading a roadworn P bass. The bass was $550 so for well under $1000 total I feel the bass sounds as good as any vintage P bass I've heard plus the Tonestyler gives many added tonal dimensions not common in a vintage P bass. If I could put in a nutshell what the Stellartone 11 seems to do I'd say that it seems to take each notched setting and bump a mid frequency starting very low (around 200 hz or lower I'd say) and boost selected points thru out the mids spectrum until the 10th position which I'm guessing is a bump around 1.5 or 2 K. The 11th position maybe a bypass. I can't explain how it's been done but somehow there is no "clackiness" in the sounds special where the upper mid frequencies are boosted make all 11 positions very usable. For me personally the positions where the mids are boosted in the middle of the spectrum are just too "oinky" and I've tended to gravitate towards sounds in the lower and upper ends of the knob. In fact I've found one position that I'll probably use 90% of the time.
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Stellartone Tonestyler B11
By Chuck L. from on 12/11/2015
I installed the Stellartone Tonestyler B11 unit in my P-bass and it sounds great! Well worth the price.