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Electro-Harmonix LPB-1
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transitus transitus

«  BOM BOOM! »

Publié le 08/14/10 à 08:37
Value For Money : Excellent
then it is a boost pedal with a button to toggle off and a boost button adjustable power boost.

it plugs into a jack like distortion pedal and others.

The case is very solid metal.

UTILIZATION

Very easy to use .... the power set point and snap the line.

TFW manual ..... for gogol ...

SOUND QUALITY

then I bought it for more power in my slap (slap death metal ...)

used with a warwick 5 string Bubinga active.

This pedal is monstrous it gives a terrible power.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had 15 days.

I have tried many models for more than 80 euros and 28 euros boom happiness.

Excellent value for money I would do this choice.

EDIT: huge mass problem ... she almost farted my speakers! good repair, but beware! absolutely huge buzz!
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