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Yamaha NE-1
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Yamaha NE-1

Bass Eq/Enhancer from Yamaha .

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KirKill KirKill
Published on 09/11/12 at 03:36
YAMAHA parametric EQ Signature Nathan East
1 volume knob
1 switch Swallow, Deep, Flat
1 button frequency
No entry for power supply, battery only
No on / off button
Not true bypass pedal

UTILIZATION

RAS

SOUND QUALITY

It is mostly a pedal dug and worked Medium frequency cut is a pure killing this pedal, simple and effective as the artist, we're going to basically we have 3 preset, the Flat is when we do not want more because the Deep is for the big sound is gaining momentum and we have a good definition is the preferred embodiment of the artist, we will highlight the top and bottom medium, Swallow mode is the same as the Deep but less pronounced, medium stand less is more discreet

OVERALL OPINION

Those who love his bass worked with a studio quality, she loves the game well groove, it's still a good pedal to expand your sonic palette, produced pedal but unfortunately it happens to find used therefore for the fans
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