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Boss ME-50
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Boss ME-50

Multi-Effects for Electric Guitar from Boss belonging to the ME series.

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Resty Resty
Publié le 12/05/08 à 00:41
DISPOS EFFECTS: DELAY REVERB CHORUS FLANGER distos ... SEE SITE ROLAND, WELL DONE AND CONVIVIAL.UN LOURDING LITTLE FOR WHAT IT OFFERS. C IS AN OLD THING, WHAT ....

USE

EVERYTHING IS ULTRA SIMPLE. THANKS BOSS. 10/10

SOUND QUALITY

BOSS? NO, FRO. NOTHING CONVINCING, EVEN LESS THAN NOTHING EXCITING. AS HIS LITTLE BROTHER 20 ME..E STILL GIVE RATHER WANT TO DIRECT CONNECT AMP ON OR GO TO RELAX ... 3/10 POOL AND MORE GENEROUS BECAUSE I AM.

NOTICE GLOBAL

SOUNDS ..SONT CHEAP. L ... 6, ZO .., ROCK ... .. KO, NOT BETTER THIS NIVEAU.FAUT TTAPER IN GT 10 FOR VISIBLE QQ THING THAT NEARLY ONE WORTHY OF THE SON NOM.CLAIR, AS METAL! OR ELSE THE SATURATION BANDIT 112 IS VERY GOOD OR METAL ZONE, THE FRIENDS 2With DELAY CHORUS NOISE GATE QUALITY (DIG. OR TC)
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