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Axl Guitars FX-RAP-5
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  • wx2buzzwx2buzz

    Axl Guitars FX-RAP-5Published on 03/15/11 at 16:33
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    4 pedals together into a single: -Écho/Délai Analog Style (400 msec max)-Chorus-Distortion 3 band EQ (parametric Mids)-Style Tube Screamer Overdrive (2 Hot Fashion / Turbo)-Integrated Tuner with Footswitch for Mute 's grant-in silence-Sturdy aluminum frame comes in a soft case and adapter input, two mono outputs (one bypass (Dry) and normal (affected, Wet). 9v Power Supply standard (included) Designed in USA Manufactured in China

    UTILIZATION

    Delay: 1 knob Dry / Wet, another for the REGEN (Repeats), a third call Delay (in fact the delay time) and a last name Level (Name that has absolutely nothing to do with its function Tone Delay (selects the cutoff frequency of filter delay)) h…
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    4 pedals together into a single: -Écho/Délai Analog Style (400 msec max)-Chorus-Distortion 3 band EQ (parametric Mids)-Style Tube Screamer Overdrive (2 Hot Fashion / Turbo)-Integrated Tuner with Footswitch for Mute 's grant-in silence-Sturdy aluminum frame comes in a soft case and adapter input, two mono outputs (one bypass (Dry) and normal (affected, Wet). 9v Power Supply standard (included) Designed in USA Manufactured in China

    UTILIZATION

    Delay: 1 knob Dry / Wet, another for the REGEN (Repeats), a third call Delay (in fact the delay time) and a last name Level (Name that has absolutely nothing to do with its function Tone Delay (selects the cutoff frequency of filter delay)) however I found that the volume pot Dry / Wet did not respond very well. the delay is always present even if it is almost closed. but with a little patience we eventually get there. Chorus: 1 knob filter high frequency filter and another for low (not common to my knowledge) other 3 are respectively the level (output level of effect) the Rate and Depth. Nothing to say everything works great. I am very satisfied. Fact interested in the manual, it says Stereo Chorus, which has nothing to do because everything runs on Mono this pedal. Distortion: 1 knob Level (Volume) another distortion, and three EQ (Hi-Low-Mid) followed by a final dedicated to setting the frequency of the average EQ frequency. Nothing to say as well, it works very well. Tube Overdrive: Drive a volume pot, 1 tone and 1 Level (Volume). also has a mini switch to select mode Hot / Turbo. it also works very well. Tone is the Knob however inefficient. the blue LEDs are highly visible in the dark and it looks!

    SOUND QUALITY

    Delay: Delay Analog Style (high cutoff frequency) is doing its job, nothing more. analog-style, so it can not ask him to reproduce the incoming sound accurately. not a sound I would describe as very hot but it does what you request, nothing more. It sounds dark. This delay is more for dépanner.fastidieux setting for an average result. there is no match for one of Line 6 DL4. without merit the trash. Chorus: Sounds hot! Analogous to wish, I love this chorus! I have a CE-2 Boss in Japanese and I can tell he approaches oddly (but come anyway!). while this parameter very well and easily. the presence of filters is also more non-negligible possibility that pushes the creative. is well thought out. However, the vibrato effect is not great. Distortion: Distortion is a very rock / metal and heavy. EQ is a parametric Mid and charm is happiness. there are much better elsewhere, but this distortion that defends well. it is still easy to find classical sounds. Tube Overdrive that does its job, it's warm and crunchy. Hot mode is softer overdrive while the Turbo mode is approaching more than a Boss OD2, noted however that the overdrive is not very comfortable to use Booster experiencing solo.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I am not a professional guitarist and this opinion is not the absolute truth. each with its standards and tastes. in my case, I consider that this pedal offers much what we expected of it without breaking the house down. it must be said that more or moins150 euro, we should expect the mid / low range for a product like this one. but make no mistake-no, the beast seems very good: a chassis solidity copy of the firm and smooth knobs, it exudes quality. The effects sound good bills (except that the delay may be less). is a very good value for money. The integrated tuner is also very much appreciated, no need for extra pedal. the choice to put the mute switch on the side of the device seems to me impractical and-cons dubious bien.en pédaleboard but it works, I am less certain! I'm not disappointed and it targets many guitarists / Intermediate like me. Plus it's lightweight and portable with cover included (which was a bit thin for my taste but good). damage they do is rare (mostly available in the U.S.). +-The Chorus! Tuner Integrated -Distorsion/Overdrive honest-quality construction, super rugged knob very nice, great look. The --disappointing but usable Delay-Delay control Dry / Wet Bag-a bit questionable but this Cheap-Mute Switch impractical situation Pédaleboard Knob-Tone overdrive very unresponsive
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