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iamqman 11/22/2011

Truetone H2O V1 : iamqman's user review

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Visual Sound make some great effects pedals for the gigging and recording musicians. This is a cool little pedal if you need two effects combine into one small little unit. Basically this is a chorus pedal along with the delayed tpedal in one. You have 2 foot switch stops on the box as well as a separate side for controls for each of the two effects. This is a cool little pedal that has stereo outputs and has a fantastic tone for any setting.

UTILIZATION

Features

Normal/Lush switch on Chorus channel
NOS BBD chip
Speed control
Width control
Delay Time control
800ms of analog-voiced digital echo
Echo time control
Repeats control
Effect level
Two output jacks
Use effect channels separately or together
Diecast aluminum housing
10 million cycle switching
Easy battery access
Circuit protection



SOUND QUALITY

The chorus tone is very lush and watery which sounds very good and clean setting. You have a switch for normal and lush which allows you to dial in a little bit different voicings for the chorus tone. On the other side it has a time, repeats, and the overall effect volume level. It also has a short and long switch that allows the repeats to be staggered or repeating over a long period of time. This is a pretty good up pedal for the money but it's certainly not to be a high-end pedal either. But really, who gives a rip about high-end pedals, I think the most pedals over 400 or $500 don't really do much anything different than some of the hundred dollar or $200 pedals. Pretty much tone is in the hands anyway so if you get this sound that you're looking for for $150 for $200 that I suggest going with that.

OVERALL OPINION

At new you can find these pedals for right around $190. That's a pretty good price for two different effects in one pedal. So it doesn't take up a lot of space on your pedal board as well. I recommend this pedal to someone is looking to free up some space on their pedal board and doesn't want to spend a whole lot of money to do it.