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Subdecay Studios Prometheus DLXPublished on 01/16/14 at 04:41
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
auto wah / filter analog with digital controls.
extreme versatility which requires that leans over to find his sound.

UTILIZATION

few simple button interface but beware! the manual is in English (for those that might hinder its ...) clearer but a bit short still examples of setting would have been welcome ...
(NB: I have discovered that the tap tempo only hold when exp pedal is connected ...)

to view the incredible field of possibilities offered by this pedal settings are simple and visual, but not so simple that its .... BCP and setting different pots that do not have the same function as the selected modes ... something to lose a little let's face it ...

switch the low......
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auto wah / filter analog with digital controls.
extreme versatility which requires that leans over to find his sound.

UTILIZATION

few simple button interface but beware! the manual is in English (for those that might hinder its ...) clearer but a bit short still examples of setting would have been welcome ...
(NB: I have discovered that the tap tempo only hold when exp pedal is connected ...)

to view the incredible field of possibilities offered by this pedal settings are simple and visual, but not so simple that its .... BCP and setting different pots that do not have the same function as the selected modes ... something to lose a little let's face it ...

switch the low pass / band pass / hi pass is awesome! we move from the vox wha cry baby!
provided with an expression pedal mode triger it is not easy to find because wha setting with a microphone change the grain remains that of a filter and not a wha

so you really spend some time to bear in mind the settings according to what is done

SOUND QUALITY

all the filters are amazing! the sound is awesome with a guitar
everything is operable!

OVERALL OPINION

I have 3 days, I sold my home AW3 boss.
in view of the quality function humanizer do not miss

I tried taking the machine at EHX who had replaced my AW3 but for me there is no picture ... the sound is really incredible in Subdecay

I think the choice again and again! analog and versatile!
I even take into account the phaser and flanger in Subdecay DLX! for those who love mumuse with an expression pedal on a modulation I think it n 'there is no other choice ...
value for money is impressive (even if it was 300 € anyway ....)
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  • Manufacturer: Subdecay Studios
  • Model: Prometheus DLX
  • Category: Bass Wah-Wahs/Auto Wah-Wahs/Filters
  • Added in our database on: 08/20/2013

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