Gudday all. Just finished a bass pedal project as I've sold all my amps and replaced them with a single powered PA speaker/wedge - an 800watt (sure) Alto thing I picked up from cashies for ~$400. So, I needed something to shape the bass (the guitar one is coming next, although the amp emulated output on my HT-dual sounds just great through it anyway) as I didn't have anything for it besides a tuner pedal. So, we have: The Yamaha NE-1 bass preamp on vero, thanks to Paulinthelab, Mictestors Really Cheap Compressor on vero, modified for bass, thanks to Freestompboxes and Mictestor. A madbean Sprout etch, thanks to Haberdasher on the Madbean forums. A balanced output pcb thanks to THCustom effects. I tried it compressor->fuzz->preamp but got a squeal for some reason. I swapped to fuzz->compressor->preamp and got rid of the squeal. There was still a faint weird noise there that I got rid of by adding some power filtering. So, anyway, I now have a decent bass frontend in a single pedal. The NE-1 has a frequency sweep, along with a notch switch for flat, shallow, or deep, and I can output the whole thing to a desk and an amp thanks to the xlr out and the line driver pcb. The fuzz isn't the best, but it's just there for a bit of fun and bedroom Hysteria riffing. On with the pics. Sorry about the old phone pics. Can't seem to get a decent pic of it. Drilled 1590DD enclosure. Painted (by me) and laser etched (by the local trophy shop). Clearcoat over the etch, would have preferred not to, but it was marking too easy. Gutshot. Outsides. Thanks for reading, Willy.