parallel bass processing but it’s 2 anthony crawfords (orange bass butler)

If you’re a bass player, you might be familiar with the idea of parallel processing where you split the high and low frequencies into separate signals to be tweaked independently for maximum tonal flexibility (AKA makey your bassman sound real gud yup). To help demonstrate this incredibly useful concept, we enlisted the help of one of the best bassists we know, the amazing Anthony Crawford, and had him do what he does best in both “Dirty” and “Clean” capacities using the new Bass Butler from Orange Amps! The result is a bangin’ tone that can be independently tweaked till your heart’s content for total control — check it!


Be sure to check out the Orange Bass Butler here.

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