EarthQuaker Devices Bit Commander Guitar Synth Pedal Review by Sweetwater

Hey YouTubers, check out the Bit Command analog guitar synth pedal from EarthQuaker Devices! It’s a 4-octave analog monophonic synth pedal with a wonderfully gritty, vintage vibe. You get a 2-octave-down sub-oscillator, octave down and octave up, and your base signal. In the video I’ll show you each signal on its own, some different combinations, and well as how the Filter control can change the timbre. Thanks for watching – click the link below for even more info on the EarthQuaker Devices Bit Commander!

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Jacob Padlock says:

I bet if you ran this through the palisades it would sound massive.

Andy San says:

Nice!! Reminds me of the midfi Glitch Computer!!

subtractivemagic says:

That was a really great demo. Great overview of what the controls do. There isn’t an extraneous amount of talking and it isn’t one of those hyper produced demos with a bunch of other fx, tons of eq and a dozen tracks of overdubbed guitar.

christofyre says:

Double plus good for explain that neck pickup works better with synth pedal than bridge.

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