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JHS discontinued the Lime Aid with the introduction of the Pulp n Peel, and later the Pulp n Peel V4, which is supposedly bass friendly. I own a V3 and a V4 Pulp N Peel. The V3 does not work as well for bass as the bass-specific Lime Aid, and I have not tried to use the V4 on bass for it is on my guitar pedalboard.
The Lime Aid is a bass oriented version of the Pulp n Peel. It has three knobs, a Volume, Compression, and Blend. The blend is an essential part of my compression in that I am able to dial in the amount of compression that I want (I use all of the compression the pedal has) but then I can blend in my clean, uncompressed signal to add back in the high end that compression often squashes out. I was lucky enough to get this pedal direct from JHS as a B stock in a sale they had for $130. If you are a bass player, and find one of these pedals for sale, definitely buy it. You won't be disappointed.