A comparative analysis of 6 compressor pedals: Becos CompIQ Mini, Smoothie, Keeley Bassist, FEA DE-CL, Duncan Studio Bass, MXR 143 (80’s red box / AC cord)
Monday, 28 October 2019 by becosfx
A comparative analysis of 6 compressor pedals - Becos CompIQ Mini, Smoothie, Bassist, FEA DE-CL, Duncan Studio Bass, MXR 143 (80’s red box / AC cord) - made by two users on Talkbass Forum finds the CompIQ MINI Pro Compressor a winner.
Saturday, 26 October 2019 by becosfx
"I'm not aware of any compressor on the market that packs this much punch in terms of functionality. I recommend this one." - Chris Tromp, Compressor Pedal Reviews
CompIQ Stella Pro Compressor nominated for The Best Effects Pedal of The Year 2019 by Guitar Magazine 🇬🇧. Vote for it!
Thursday, 24 October 2019 by becosfx
Becos CompIQ Stella Pro Compressor was nominated in the Guitar Magazine’s poll for The Best Effects Pedal of the Year 2019. Cast your vote by 4 November 2019!
Friday, 18 October 2019 by becosfx
An integrated Tape Saturation circuit is available for adding tints of harmonic colors, while Side Chain Filter, Compression Knee & Tilt-EQ controls can help you master the depths and shines of your instrument.
Saturday, 10 August 2019 by becosfx
The technological innovation that went into the Stella extends to BecosFX’s other pedals, too. Like the TS8-MS, an analog overdrive and amp channel switcher that’s somehow also MIDI-enabled. Or the Micro Booster, an onboard guitar preamp that delivers up to 20dB of FET-based boost via a push/push switch.