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Stellartone Micro Pedal
 

STELLARTONE MICRO PEDAL


BMP-606 (Notched Rotation) - - $129

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(Knob not included)

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***The Micro Pedal's input is not compatible with active pickups, active preamps, buffers, low-impedence signals, stomp box outputs, or connection in an amp's effects loop.***

Description
The new Micro Pedal by Stellartone is a passive, high-impedence, 100% analog tone module for the electric bass. Each Micro Pedal incorporates one Tonestyler tone control, which produces 15 discrete EQ contours plus true bypass. Unlike tradtional effects pedals. the Micro Pedal uses no batteries, and adds zero noise, clipping, limiting, compression or distortion to your instrument's output signal.

Bassists may now access the Tonestyler's expanded tonal palette, and enjoy increased musical versatility, without swapping out the internal tone pot! Available in standard, JAZZ, and BASS EQ ranges, the Micro Pedal is the perfect solution for use with vintage and collectible instruments, for recording, and for accurately previewing the Tonestyler's benefits in a bass being considered for tone pot replacement.

One Micro Pedal may be easily shared among any number of passive-pickup basses on hand, providing a substantial cost savings for studio use and instrument collectors.

Note: Whenever a bass's volume knobs are turned down, a weak pickup signal is produced.

The passive Micro Pedal required a strong pickup signal.
Therefore, always set your bass's volume and tone knobs to "10," and adjust your volulme at the amp. The full-strength pickups signal will produce maximum performance from the Micro Pedal.

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Installation
Using short, high-quality cables and couplers, plug your bass directly into either jack on the Micro Pedal.

Set all bass knobs to maximum brightness at all times; adjust your volume at the amp.

Connect the other jack of the Micro Pedal to any additional pedals and your amp, as follows:



Typical Setup


Bass is plugged directly into the Micro Pedal, which is connected directly to the input jack of a tuner pedal with a 1/4" male coupler. Additional active devices (pedals & effects) may be connected between the tuner pedal's output and the amp, or inserted in the amp's effects loop.



Alternate Setup


Bass is plugged directly into the Micro Pedal, which is then plugged directly into the amp. Additional active devices (tuners, pedals and effects) may be inserted in the amp's effects loop.



Recording/Demo Setup


Bass is plugged directly into the Micro Pedal using a 1/4" male coupler. Additional active devices (tuners, pedals, effects) may be connected between the Micro Pedal and the amp, or inserted in the amp's effects loop.



The Micro Pedal is designed exclusively for the direct connection to the output jack of all basses featuring passive, high-impedence pickups.

***The Micro Pedal's input is not compatible with active pickups, active preamps, buffers, low-impedence signals, stomp box outputs, or connection in an amp's effects loop.***