Considering the price I took four of the series ...
True bypass compulsory power supply but if it does not work in bypass, weird ... or a buffer circuit is on (not so bad but the true bypass)
In any case, the switch is mechanical, not quite nice and the led will miss sometimes.
The highlight of this series is sth that has never caught Tech21 (which their cost of sales), ie analog amp simulator known but WITHOUT speaker simulator required.
So it is also used as sound or keyboard amp ...
So analog, and at first glance quite similar in the settings that my Tech21 vtbass. It is very effective without being forced.
Very easy to use, the voice is the key to the riddle is he who decides on the grain.
The equalizer is very effective, and the breath is not bad when this voice is the cleat and drive. It applies to four.
It's very cool to use.
Bluffing, for four. More you turn the voice and we will saturax in the drive comes after.
The sound of this ac tone is very true, a cantankerous side earth-class but still, as reflected great for solo. Very organic, juicy but not dry clean, so fast the game takes full advantage.
The clean is entirely made possible, in fact we do what we want, I can even use the ac tone as clean amp with my distos front and behind a power amp, especially since the equalization allows many .
After playing a lot with each of the four, I use the solo lead Acton (grain and clean yet very roots earth), goes great with a long delay.
California for the clean, beautiful-esteem by being juicy.
For the American blues, and drooling a bit as rough but dynamic.
And the British lead in rhythm, as incisive and precise, with a speed not possible as if it is motorized!
The finish is good, I do not like the draft or switch output jack that makes loud noise when you press the pedal in a hurry ...
The project is to drive via A / B / C / D box pedals as the four separate channel (each pedal comes in a slice of my minimixeur, which goes straight into the power amp) amplifier.
In this case switching noise are not involved, it's always there.