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JMB-Experience Devil Inside V2
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  • yagpyagp

    JMB-Experience Devil Inside V2Published on 10/28/07 at 07:01
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Fuzz pedal, with a true-bypass and 6 control buttons + 1 internal trim.
    The model I have has no external power port (only one 9V battery).

    This case is designed and manufactured in France by JMB.Experience.

    UTILIZATION

    The possibilities of setting are very large and quite difficult to master because of the interactions between the different settings. These options provide access to a wide range of fuzz (and Feedback ...).

    Given the sensitivity of certain settings, it is best to take accurate notes or just plain photos to be sure to find them!

    Adjusting the internal trim much influence the sound. It's worth it to use, even if you find that the initial setting is excelle…
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    Fuzz pedal, with a true-bypass and 6 control buttons + 1 internal trim.
    The model I have has no external power port (only one 9V battery).

    This case is designed and manufactured in France by JMB.Experience.

    UTILIZATION

    The possibilities of setting are very large and quite difficult to master because of the interactions between the different settings. These options provide access to a wide range of fuzz (and Feedback ...).

    Given the sensitivity of certain settings, it is best to take accurate notes or just plain photos to be sure to find them!

    Adjusting the internal trim much influence the sound. It's worth it to use, even if you find that the initial setting is excellent. The usage tips and video demonstration site JMB give a good idea of ​​what can be done with this trim.

    The "Devil Inside" is very sensitive to what is before (in the chain of effects), or even adjusting microphones guitar. As with all Fuzz, it is necessary to place the box "Devil Inside" very forward to the best use (that means, no buffer in front, only the true-bypass or nothing).

    SOUND QUALITY

    Excellent. The "Devil Inside" can produce sounds fantastic (it just takes a little rowing before to find the settings!). It complements the possibilities offered by my two fuzz (MJM Foxey Fuzz Fuzz & Aramat Mojo).

    The "Devil Inside" encouraged to experiment, to find new sounds, with the possibility of setting probably larger than those of a "Fuzz Factory". It can also find more classic fuzz sound, but always effective. It is used with a WAH in front, seems difficult in some cases (my "Cry Baby" with a modified "Roger Mayer Red Lion kit" generates
    whistling around the adjustment position of the "Devil Inside").

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this box for about a month and I think the "Devil Inside" is a very good Fuzz. Difficult to master, but really good.
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