Boss FBM-1 Fender Bassman Pedal

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Re-creates the legendary tone of the 1959 Fender Bassman amp.

Fender amps of the '50s and '60s are beloved and coveted by guitarists around the world. Thanks to BOSS' technology and tone know-how, the new FBM-1 pedal brings the natural, fat, rich, bright tone of the Fender Bassman to a BOSS pedal. In conjunction with Fender, the BOSS FBM-1 re-creates the legendary tone of the 1959 Fender Bassman. Features include the same controls on the original Bassman amp: Presence, Treble, Mid, and Bass EQ controls. The FBM-1 pedal also functions perfectly as a "pre-gain pedal" placed before an already overdriven amp to add the tone character of the Bassman.

Features

  • Re-creates the legendary tone of the 1959 Fender Bassman amp
  • Additional BRIGHT IN provides a brighter sound, similar to the original Bassman
  • Presence, Treble, Mid, and Bass EQ controls
  • Road-tough BOSS metal construction

That amazing tone at a price you can afford! Order today.

 
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BossFBM-1 Fender Bassman Pedal
 
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A true vintage Fender tube-sound with a modern, affordable, reliable pedal.

Comments about Boss FBM-1 Fender Bassman Pedal:

A perfect buy for the tight budget. And you really can't go bad with Boss pedals. They've really taken FX pedals to a new level.

You can get a nice, clean or gritty tube sound out of this little box. For bass guys, the FBM-1 has dedicated presence, mid and bass controls. But I always keep the gain low when I run my bass into it.

For my little home-studio I was in need of a "guitar amp" to run directly into my old Roland VS board. And because I'm in an apartment, I have to do everything with headphones and run everyone direct, including the bass, guitar and Roland V-drums. Miking up an amp is not option at my residence.

If money wasn't an issue, I'd pick up one of those Line-6 or SansAmp units to get a nice guitar-amp sound. But for now, this little Boss pedal will have to do.

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