A mono output.
1 x stereo (which I never had the opportunity to serve in almost 10 years, shame!).
1 button rglage "input level" for the volume of the entire effect.
Up a footswitch / (Hold) Down to switch to another effect, one way or the other).
Bypass Footswitch 1 / (Hold) Tuner, or to engage the pedal tuner!
The pedal is clearly easy to use, just choose the effects, save (at least 6 backups! What I think is too small for the number of modes about . But after all, once one has found his happiness, what more?) and play with.
It happens very easily affect the other thanks to the button Up / Down.
There's no simpler!
The bypass button works very well and the snapping, the effect works instantly. Remaining press this button that lets you run a tuner for guitar, and it is handy too!
Effects snap away without problem, but sometimes you grate the expression pedal so they do not sound too gross! This is where the chorus is difficult rgler, but in all other effects are manageable. Do not hesitate, either, rgler correctly the little button the rear of the pedal: "input level"! Otherwise beware of ears, the pedal can sound strong!
I find the good particulirement flanger and tremolo and rotary speaker. An option in the various slctions used to manipulate the Flanger and Phaser only thanks to the pedal, as in fact Wha! Plutt is not bad, and allows a more effective use of the personal. For each effect, the expression pedal can be adjusted in real time the force or the color of the effect you want, really mind-blowing.
Is my first pedal, my first multi-effects since I play the guitar. Plutt is a good pedal overall, but it lacks a bit of personality is that we can not as we would rgler all available modes of each effect and the number backup is limited but it is a good multi-effects, and this is done for by delegates from a range of different effects and ruffed all as versatile in the use of each effect, and all accessible fairly simple to use!