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«  the best volume pedal »

Published on 12/06/13 at 10:20
Volume pedal with 2 inputs, 3 outputs (one is dedicated to link a tuner, which enables the tuner at all times even when playing). Internally there is for each input (1 active / passive switch and a potentiometer boost level). Red leds (2, one in the middle and one at the end) and blue (8) to visualize the magnitude of the pedal (the red LED in the middle helps me to determine my average volume, I can increase up the second red LED to go solo or decrease to allow more seats to other instruments). The system is rack and when I received it, it was not properly assembled and I could quibble to replace. Not hard but you need to quibble. Aside from that it is a very solid pedal, the rack has never moved but I use it for 4-5 years. This pedal is very nice and super convenient.

UTILIZATION

This is a volume pedal (except resolve internal switches and potentiometers), it is easy to use.

SOUND QUALITY

Initially I had placed without knowing ahead of the amp, it turns out that this site has more impact on the gain on the volume. Here I was not fully satisfied. But after searching the web. I placed it in my effects loop and then what perfection. Hyper hyper progressive and precise. I use guitars with passive pickups (telecaster, les paul, musicman Y2D) but also with a guitar with active pickups (musicman luke 2) and no worries. Perfect control.

OVERALL OPINION

I extensively used since 4-5 ans.Je have not tried other model Advent if not the volume pedal from my old pod xt live. This pedal seemed especially necessary for group play. I do not use it for effects violoning but only for level settings each time group. Are more real, strength (just some scratches on the paint with everything she lived), the LEDs that situate the magnitude of the scale, accuracy and ease of use (not too soft, not too hard), the opportunity to connect active or passive guitars that does not ernie ball (you must choose a model based on that with which it will be used). I would do this choice without hesitation. If she lets me, I recommend a pronto. I've had a lot of effect on my pedalboard, some go the other remains in a long time. Well this one is the oldest on my pedalboard and is not ready to leave his place.
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