"It's time to bring the funk. Whether you're playing ska, reggae, or funk, the Bass Synth Wah™ is simply the most versatile bass envelope filter pedal on the market, with seven different bass envelope filter types to choose from. Don't just show u...
"In addition to the [Bass Whammy](http://equipboard.com/items/digitech-bass-whammy), Alderete uses the [DigiTech DigiDelay](http://equipboard.com/items/digitech-digidelay) and Bass Synth Wah and 'a ton of DOD pedals.'" - [Source](http://digitech.com/en-US/news/racer-x-the-mars-volta-zavalaz-bassist-juan-alderete-digs-deep-with-digitech-bass-whammy).more
"I also love my effects. I have this DigiTech bass synth wah bass envelope filter. I used two of them - one for that left-handed Mini Moog sound, that low-end bass Moog - and then I use one that's more of a neutral wah, very sort of groovy. I used to use that kind of thing in 'Purple, like the California Jam [live album]. I like just a few effects like that."more
Like his bandmates, Stasik goes big on his pedalboard. His signal enters the board through a Boss TU-3 tuner, then hits a loop switcher controlling a Moogerfooger MF-1-1 Lowpass Filter (controlled by a Moog EP-3 expression pedal), 3Leaf Audio Wonderlove envelope filter and You’re Doom fuzz pedals, an Xotic effects Bass BB Preamp, a Boss OC-3 Super Octave, a DigiTech Bass Synth Wah, and an Electro-Harmonix Frequency Analyzer ring modulator.more
As stated on Philip Bynoe’s web page: “This is one of Philip's pedalboards used on the Steve Vai tour. The pedals are: Line 6 Relay G50 wireless, TC Electronic MojoMojo Overdrive, TC Electronic Corona Chorus, Morley Distortion Wah Volume, Morley ABY Selector/Combiner Switch, TC Electronic PolyTune Mini, G Lab 8 Separated 9V Power Box PB-1 and a Digitech Bass Synth Wah.”more
If you want flange, phase, weird noises that will freak people out and make them say "You're making that sound with a guitar?", then this pedal will do the trick. It's not good with chords on a guitar... being that it was intended for bass, I didn't expect it to be... but if you're looking for an interesting part in a song, this thing can pull through, especially if the song already has a lot of electronic parts.
Octaver, synth, filter, envelope, wah - all that in one pedal for little money. Every effect is high quality, really good sounding. You can really get some astonishing tunes with this bad boy.
Many knobs on it but I keep it at 1 and mainly flat.. good envelope filter.. work horse.. had it for 10 years.. never fails.. but may be to be retired as it is the only digital pedal left on my board..