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Boss LMB-3 Bass Limiter Enhancer
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Boss LMB-3 Bass Limiter Enhancer
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Publié le 05/23/11 à 04:50
limit and enhancer (it's like wearing hello ... is marked above)
is analog. The boss, metal case, relatively indestructible.
input and output jack. In the classic format.

UTILIZATION

Config ultra simple, no menus, a few knobs, you turn, it pleases us, it affects more.
(In fact, we tend to lost sight of that ergonomics is yet the most natural: we play, we rule, and we stop when we like, regardless of whether the academic setting is not on paper - or in the forums)

SOUND QUALITY

I use mostly limit. I bought it for a live context, just to check some of the dynamics of the bass.
I use it with an Ibanez active bass and a small Ampeg combo.
The limit works well. This is what was asked.
Not too much background noise.
The enhancer effect brings a bit of shine, it's a bonus for me, not the main effect.

OVERALL OPINION

I have not tried other models before buying one.
This pedal is certainly not the best of the best, but it works well, it's not too expensive (everything is relative) and she does her job.
It still works like new.
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