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The Keeley Bassist Compressor provides true high-fidelity compression and limiting. Be heard and felt using performance compression by Keeley Engineering.
The Bassist Compressor is built around the exotic and extremely high fidelity THAT Corp. 4320. Think of it as very affordable studio-grade compressor in stomp box format! It uses high performance Voltage Controlled Amplifiers, on board true-RMS detector, and ultra high performance op-amps to br
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Discussed in Official Mesa Boogie Subway Series Club in the TalkBass community
Yes. Here's the product page: Bassist Compressor - Robert Keeley Grab one, @Al Kraft! ... more
Yes! I play my budget stuff, Zoom B1xon. I use the Limiter in that and I've got an old Alesis nano compressor limiter that someone gave me a long time ago that I used to use more as an impedance matcher for my piezo pick up on my upright which worked great btw. Found the Alesis in the gut pile a few weeks ago and tried ... ... more
Discussed in New to Compressor Pedals - what's good? in the TalkBass community
The mega-thread has already been referenced I'll say that My Keeley Bassist compressor is not only effective, but amazingly simple to use. It's hard to get a bad tone out of it. ... ... more
Thanks to both of you. I've recently become interested in compression, and the Keeley Bassist is one I've been curious about, due to its simplicity and ease of use. ... more
Discussed in Idiotproof Compressor for Unfrozen Caveman? in the TalkBass community
@fu22ba55: How many knobs are too many? There are one- and two-knob offerings out there. If three is not too many.. Do The Keeley. Several have already recommended it. I like it too. The easiest way to use the Bassist is start with all three knobs straight up, as shown in the attached image from the Keeley website. A slight ... ... more