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DOD AcoustecPublished on 09/10/06 at 03:46
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Submitted effects are Chorus, Flanger, Phasing, Tremolo, Detune, Octave.

There is a module DELAY and REVERB module, which can be combined with each other and one of six effects above.

For each bank, there is also a LEVEL, GATE effects, compressor, CONTOUR, a 3-Band EQ.

The pedals are 30 banks mmoriser sounds, which is more than enough for an acoustic guitar.

Connections:
There are two pots: one volume gnral, a Notch (not used much, obviously)
jack input, 1 output jack, a jack for a switch or controller pedals.

UTILIZATION

Very easy to program, there's no simpler.

... So much so that DOD has made a manual only 2 pages ... (Even when it's a fair bit)
So it's you......
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Submitted effects are Chorus, Flanger, Phasing, Tremolo, Detune, Octave.

There is a module DELAY and REVERB module, which can be combined with each other and one of six effects above.

For each bank, there is also a LEVEL, GATE effects, compressor, CONTOUR, a 3-Band EQ.

The pedals are 30 banks mmoriser sounds, which is more than enough for an acoustic guitar.

Connections:
There are two pots: one volume gnral, a Notch (not used much, obviously)
jack input, 1 output jack, a jack for a switch or controller pedals.

UTILIZATION

Very easy to program, there's no simpler.

... So much so that DOD has made a manual only 2 pages ... (Even when it's a fair bit)
So it's you explore ... but there's no making head with this pdalier. It runs itself!

SOUND QUALITY

Sounds Chorus, Flanger, Dtune, are great. Others, I do not use it too, but are effective.
Delay and reverb are good but lack a bit of rglages. We must be content with the factory rglages (90 SETTING THE delay, and 9 SETTING THE rverb)

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 5 years. It's tough, despite the appearance of plastic.

In addition, it is not very big and fairly lightweight. It fits in fonf a bag, or even in the pocket of your house guitar. (It's not the advantage ngligeable! Especially for a pdalier !!!). It operates on battery or 9 volt transformer (supplied).

In the era, I had bought in 1760 francs. (267 euros)
Today, I see it is 80 euros ct opportunities. This is a good price for the guitar (acoustic) looking for a good multi-effects mmorisable .... ds especially since we're talking about sound, manufacturers tend to raise the prices their processors ... (There's favoritism for the "electric" or what?)

At 80 euros, I will not find better multi-purpose acoustic ... In the new, those who are often Exceeds 300 euros ... They have probably one or two tips and more ...
(And still have to see ...)
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  • Manufacturer: DOD
  • Model: Acoustec
  • Category: Multi-Effects for Acoustic Guitar
  • Added in our database on: 04/19/2004

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