EarthQuaker Devices Bit Commander

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Date: 06/09/2015 at 12:22 AM
By: ecj_bass


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Another awesome Earthquaker pedal! This thing is a monophonic synth pedal, but it acts as an octaver and bit crusher working together. It won't replace your OC-2, for they are very different in timbre, but the Bit Commander truly shines when being affected by other effects. I personally love running it through a filter pedal, which makes it sound like a very, very angry OC-2. Add on some modulation and you're in robot city, baby! It's great on it's own, too, but just don't expect to use it in your Top 40 band without the band leader making a funny face at you!

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