West Hills, California (PressExposure) March 05, 2012 -- A website that extensively covers bass effects pedals that has been around since the summer of 2010 has really expanded over the past 9 months.
The site being referred to is http://www.bass-guitarpedals.com. The site has been known to only contain information about bass effects pedals, but it has recently gone beyond just bass guitar pedals. In addition to having even more pages that talk about even more types of bass effects, it now has begun to have pages that go away from only talking about bass guitar pedals and instead talk about other things that relate to the electric bass guitar.
When the site was exactly a year old in June of 2011, a page about bass flanger pedals and a second bass distortion pedals page were added. A few months later in August of 2011, a page about equalizer and octave pedals for bass was added. The most recent addition is the first page of the site that doesn't focus on bass guitar pedals, but rather the instrument you plug into a bass effects pedal which is the electric bass guitar. This page debuted only a few months ago in January of 2012. The site's owner and creator Victor Alba explained why he made the decision of creating the first page on the site that doesn't really talk about bass guitar pedals by saying, "Of course most people who visit this site already own an electric bass guitar and many of them are probably already familiar with the variety of electric bass guitars available to them, but I made this page for aspiring and beginning bassists who want more information to help them choose which electric bass is right for them." Victor also said, "Experienced bass players who go to this page might learn something new about electric bass guitars, as well."
There's no mistaking that http://www.bass-guitarpedals.com has been and still is a site that focuses primarily on bass effects pedals. Now, there's more to it than just that.