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Behringer V-Tone Acoustic ADI21
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Behringer V-Tone Acoustic ADI21
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Des Baies Des Baies

«  Excellent product! »

Published on 10/19/11 at 01:16
Finally taken acoustic guitar nickel entry, no need to re-equalize donf 'behind the decision.

UTILIZATION

Not read the manual ...
Quickly found the optimum setting, after you touch it more.
Personally, it (imagining the knobs adjustable from 0 to 10)
Treble 5.5
Mid 0
Bass 3
Mid Freq 5
Blend 0.8

SOUND QUALITY

I have a micro rose Di Marzio humbucker.
Very handy for the "pass" a skyscraper to another.
Problem: The sound is very metallic with many mediums.

With the ADI21, the sound is really good without taking the lead.

OVERALL OPINION

I just bought it because I was tired of having to re-equalize my guitar made it sound last (max digging mediums, add shine, etc ...)
Unbeatable value for money, not a hair breath, Blend really brings the heat provided to put very little (see my settings above).
What happiness!
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