For me, there are only a few pieces of equipment I would find suitable for being between my bass and the amp. For many reasons, but mainly because of the signal loss most of them cause. I was really surprised when I tested the B2: nothing was lost! And not only that, but I could finally have a piece of gear to take with me everywhere, from arena concerts to small clubs and rehearsals, and also be able to add some interesting flavors to my sound, thanks to the variety this equipment provides. What an improvement Zoom have made!
I'm having a great time with this handy equipment. It's so easy to use, and its many features and great sound make it suitable for studying, teaching classes, composing and even playing live in a clinic. I'm having fun improvising over the preset songs and patterns, and also creating my own. Another great thing is to have a bass line that you can improvise over, or easily mute. I was used to program drums in the computer, but this is way more fun!
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