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  • tchentchentchentchen

    Roland AF-60 BeeGeePublished on 03/26/08 at 08:45
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Fuzz distortion effect

    transistor

    jack jack

    knob tone and volume

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use

    the most beautiful sound of fuzz

    super creamy and rarrissime

    following the game

    we get a hard rock sound with a vintage fuzz and more

    This is very original

    SOUND QUALITY

    Where it sounds the best c'st only on a clear sound

    I play on a flyin jazzmzster 62 and 67

    I would say that this pedal is a little better with

    double coil

    you can play the tone depending on the power

    I mix with a boss comp

    it is

    TS9 and also with old mxr distortion

    OVERALL OPINION

    Since 1982

    beef when I went I was told that I was playing well

    The pe…
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    Fuzz distortion effect

    transistor

    jack jack

    knob tone and volume

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use

    the most beautiful sound of fuzz

    super creamy and rarrissime

    following the game

    we get a hard rock sound with a vintage fuzz and more

    This is very original

    SOUND QUALITY

    Where it sounds the best c'st only on a clear sound

    I play on a flyin jazzmzster 62 and 67

    I would say that this pedal is a little better with

    double coil

    you can play the tone depending on the power

    I mix with a boss comp

    it is

    TS9 and also with old mxr distortion

    OVERALL OPINION

    Since 1982

    beef when I went I was told that I was playing well

    The pedal had a lot to

    the only thing which causes brake is no gain adjustment

    I played on Marshall JCM 800 on fender twin musicman on vox

    it is best to plug it into a good clear sound

    I would say that the sound is close to the old heads in orange being more precise

    and fill in the low grain

    I would do but the choice brothel

    or find one?
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