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ManuM5 ManuM5
Publié le 07/18/07 à 01:57
My MODEL RM is a velvet treeble booster.

Small but tough case, one input, one output, a volume knob.

No cons led by commissioning function, and no AC adapter inlet. Too bad because it's still not given the same pedals.

UTILIZATION

Super simple, the volume knob boosts the signal and loading up on reasonably mdiums.
knob background was a gain of 10 db, which is more than enough to frighten the prampli an amp lamps, or boost a good overdrive pedals.

SOUND QUALITY

The effect is trs effective, as mentioned above, either in another pedals or amp lamps, was used to support the foot out of the mix for the lead by winning a notch on the Tagus saturation. The addition of acute provides dynamic sound and flute is perfect for blues and rock.
There is only one knob, but takes time to find a suitable rglage gain. When found in the CONTRL is a volume knob on the guitar, the old, and is used to control the sound, power and dynamics.
With my sg in my Marshall, the rendering is really excellent.

OVERALL OPINION

It is certainly not cheap, but it does a good job of taming a condition in terms of gain. It's terrible rock.
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