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MXR M135 Smart Gate - Gray Edition
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MXR M135 Smart Gate - Gray Edition

Noise Gate for Guitar from MXR .

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" Powerful!"

MXR M135 Smart Gate - Gray EditionPublished on 08/02/12 at 13:17
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With selective settings allowing to choose a frequency range of sounds, this pedal has the essentials. Here are the best noise gate pedal format that I could find.

UTILIZATION

Configuration could not be more simple: you turn the knob, the cursor is placed on the type of noise limit and voila! In difficult cases, we can put into action Trigger Hi button but then farewell to sustain.

SOUND QUALITY

Perfectly transparent, the Smart Gate is still at work in the effects loop of my amp when recording. And it really does work that is expected of him.
At one level adjustment, it can even turn off main attack for an effect of violoning surprising. It reminds me when a Roland pedal I was......
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With selective settings allowing to choose a frequency range of sounds, this pedal has the essentials. Here are the best noise gate pedal format that I could find.

UTILIZATION

Configuration could not be more simple: you turn the knob, the cursor is placed on the type of noise limit and voila! In difficult cases, we can put into action Trigger Hi button but then farewell to sustain.

SOUND QUALITY

Perfectly transparent, the Smart Gate is still at work in the effects loop of my amp when recording. And it really does work that is expected of him.
At one level adjustment, it can even turn off main attack for an effect of violoning surprising. It reminds me when a Roland pedal I was using a lot 30 years ago (!): The Small Gear (or something like that!) Which was precisely designed for that. Two pedals in one, then! But I confess I do use it as a "classic" Noise Reduction.

OVERALL OPINION

Various type pedal noise gate I could try it is still in MXR I found a real gem: a real efficiency, while preserving the sound of the guitar and the sustain. The door closes but never about music, only on the breath.
Still a great pedal from MXR.
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" A noise gate smart"

MXR M135 Smart Gate - Gray EditionPublished on 03/15/12 at 13:20
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It is a noise gate pedal format.
There is an in / out and a 9v power supply (type boss).

UTILIZATION

The config is very simple even if it is written in English. I have no manual but this noise gate is not needed.

SOUND QUALITY

It does exactly what is asked. I use it with a bass, I place after my 2 envelope filter, my delay and my disto, it removes unwanted breath. And the best is that I did not even turn the knob (which also eats slowly frequencies), I just press the "hi trigger range" and nothing else.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for two years, this is my first noise gate and it suits me perfectly.

What I like is that it does exactly what I expect from him.
What I like......
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It is a noise gate pedal format.
There is an in / out and a 9v power supply (type boss).

UTILIZATION

The config is very simple even if it is written in English. I have no manual but this noise gate is not needed.

SOUND QUALITY

It does exactly what is asked. I use it with a bass, I place after my 2 envelope filter, my delay and my disto, it removes unwanted breath. And the best is that I did not even turn the knob (which also eats slowly frequencies), I just press the "hi trigger range" and nothing else.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for two years, this is my first noise gate and it suits me perfectly.

What I like is that it does exactly what I expect from him.
What I like least, maybe the plug of the power supply is misplaced (right next to the jack IN).

The price / quality ratio is good, I do it again this choice without hesitation.
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  • Manufacturer: MXR
  • Model: M135 Smart Gate - Gray Edition
  • Category: Noise Gates for Guitar
  • Added in our database on: 09/05/2010

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