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«  a Swiss Army knife »

Published on 05/15/12 at 03:51
classical effects, chorus reverb, wha wha, whammy, compressor, noise gate ...
amp simulation
looper
8 audio mono or 4 stereo
Integrated drum machine
mp3 player, audio loops
edited via pc
Robust pedal well thought although not the prettiest

UTILIZATION

fairly simple to use and edit sounds at
especially several operating modes including a rather nice, as if someone had chained effect pedals.

the manual, you just take the time to read

SOUND QUALITY

effects chorus, delay, reverb is very nice
the cd of the supermodel optional Oto a range of simulation models.
It's still numerical simulations but with some adjustments, it sounds pretty good.
when recording is not bad either, you can make small models that sound good.
practice and also to play when you're alone.

OVERALL OPINION

I month, I connected directly to a good monitor speakers, the sound is very clean.

it is the only pedal that has all these functions at the same time

simulation, effects, 8-track looper, drum machine .., mp3 player, memory card

sounds of batteries are not bad and we can incorporate loops, midi files.

a short pedal for guitarists not wanting to spend more time with their computer mouse to make small recording, then everything is on hand at least the feet, hands remaining on the main guitar.

I got the fly, pedal optional functions for recording and cd of supermodell, (a real plus), 2GB memory card to save presets, loops, midi, mp3 and songs.

I am therefore very good seen all that can be done with., this is the only one with as many functions even if he starts to date a little.

besides, I do not understand that other manufacturers have not thought.
this is more expensive to buy everything separately and more profitable for them too.
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