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Overdrive versatile low

VFE Pedals triumviratePublished on 12/09/12 at 09:09
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
This is not a pedal exclusively dedicated to low but it lends itself very efficiently.
Multiband analog overdrive pedal format.

UTILIZATION

Easy gain and volume per band. That's still 6 buttons but it must be when one wants to control the sound. There is also a trimmer that acts as a general tone which may possibly be useful for use with a guitar).

SOUND QUALITY

Highly efficient and versatile. The interest of the separation of bands for gain and retain power especially low too distorted to keep the punch. Acute allows the band to bring clarity or aggressiveness can raise the level shots or noise pick strings on the frets and more or less distorted.
We can get classic sounds......
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This is not a pedal exclusively dedicated to low but it lends itself very efficiently.
Multiband analog overdrive pedal format.

UTILIZATION

Easy gain and volume per band. That's still 6 buttons but it must be when one wants to control the sound. There is also a trimmer that acts as a general tone which may possibly be useful for use with a guitar).

SOUND QUALITY

Highly efficient and versatile. The interest of the separation of bands for gain and retain power especially low too distorted to keep the punch. Acute allows the band to bring clarity or aggressiveness can raise the level shots or noise pick strings on the frets and more or less distorted.
We can get classic sounds drive always intelligible even at low draw frankly the fuzz by stuffing the gain of the low band and reducing the mids or make sounds typed metal accenting metallic sounds ...

It works on the guitar as it approaches the jaques Fuseblower II (I own) with a gain of easier management.

OVERALL OPINION

I discovered this by chance manufacturer on the net, I hesitated with the black sheep of wounded paw that is slightly different (no gain adjustment independent but with a blend). I am very satisfied with regard to the price quite reasonable for an original pedal.
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  • Manufacturer: VFE Pedals
  • Model: triumvirate
  • Category: Bass Distortions/Overdrives
  • Added in our database on: 12/09/2012

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