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Teurastaja Teurastaja

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Publié le 05/08/11 à 01:30
Everything has already been said.

7 because we can not save prestets is a pity

UTILIZATION

Well, at first they are a bit lost with these double knobs, reading the manual required.
But after some time settings become quite instinctive.

SOUND QUALITY

I mainly use the whammy and synth swells, for possessing the WH-4, I can say it's the same sound, rotten and without the bypass in a more compact pedal too.
The synth swell is also excellent, careful not to use it only for clear sound distortion in the volume increases significantly and the sound is much less beautiful.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for about a year, is definitely a good pedal.
The pros: sounds, the possibilities with the footswitch.
The -: some problems in terms of engagement of the pedal (too hard or impossible to engage, resolved by sticking a piece of paper on the machine that presses the button)
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