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
Friday, 14 June 2019 by becosfx
Adding to the CompIQ series, BecosFX introduces the CompIQ MINI ONE Pro Compressor pedal for guitar and bass - the 2-knob compressor in the CompIQ series, aimed at the set-and-forget type of users, which seek simplicity in operation.
Tuesday, 02 April 2019 by becosfx
Adding to the CompIQ series, BecosFX introduces the CompIQ PRO Stella Compressor pedal for guitar and bass - a highly versatile and pedal board friendly stompbox, providing compression, limiting, and harmonic distortion.
Sunday, 10 March 2019 by becosfx
How do compressor mini pedals compare with each other? Which one is the best? Which is the cheapest? Which has more features? What technology are they using? Which one sounds most transparent or is most colorful?
Tagged under: CompIQ MINI