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misteross misteross

«  SO FUNKY ... but not only »

Published on 04/25/12 at 12:04
ditto post pre

UTILIZATION

Plug & Play, two way

Nirmal
distortion: in fact the same effect in extreme!

after that is managed with the attack much you put in your fingers ....

SOUND QUALITY

The quality is great, and gives a big potato for good passage funky BUT NOT ONLY.

What I like most is how we can change the sound if it touches it then buggers if the strings.
Of shots with a simple effect you can have a range of sounds rather thin and "varied"

The only downside, when you put the knob to max effect there is a sound that little train and become downright annoying.

OVERALL OPINION

This is great!!
oh yeee! I think I could do without it
This is also a risk at the beginning I put all the time and the other group looked at me with suspicion, at least with some trepidation.

but well managed and well mixed with other effects, like distortion octaver + :) is mooorrrrrtteellllllll
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