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  • blackhorseblackhorse

    Excellent, very musical, can cover a lot of styles to discover!

    EWS Fuzzy DrivePublished on 03/30/11 at 03:26
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Drive pedal analog / Fuzz as his name suggests with Thru Bypass.

    Setting Tone, Gain, Volume.

    UTILIZATION

    Very simple!

    SOUND QUALITY

    This pedal responds very well to the power of the game and adjust the volume on the guitar.

    With the gain, moving from a slight boost and a very musical and Crunch Drive always so nice to limit it, while being very Fuzz assayable, not as much as a great classic fuzz rather limited in use! there is still a musical and usable sound for various styles.

    Tone is effective and fulfills its role.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Analog pedal with true bypass all very nice and usable, it is not confined to gender and allows Fuzz Booster or "Driv…
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    Drive pedal analog / Fuzz as his name suggests with Thru Bypass.

    Setting Tone, Gain, Volume.

    UTILIZATION

    Very simple!

    SOUND QUALITY

    This pedal responds very well to the power of the game and adjust the volume on the guitar.

    With the gain, moving from a slight boost and a very musical and Crunch Drive always so nice to limit it, while being very Fuzz assayable, not as much as a great classic fuzz rather limited in use! there is still a musical and usable sound for various styles.

    Tone is effective and fulfills its role.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Analog pedal with true bypass all very nice and usable, it is not confined to gender and allows Fuzz Booster or "Driver" sound so musical.

    Reacts to the amazing game we can play lightly with a nice crunch and move to a big striker Fuzz Drive or stronger or adjusting the volume on the guitar.

    It's become one if not my favorite, with it will be Keith Richards to ZZ Top via the Blues, explores the sounds of the 70s kind Fuzzy T-Rex and others, we walk in different time, brief a pedal very interesting that actually changes the normal production!

    Bulk metal is not its style.

    Rarely a pedal made me much pleasure, hard to let go as we play with ...
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