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MXR M133 Micro Amp
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MXR M133 Micro Amp
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Zéro Kill Zéro Kill

«  This is Perfect! »

Publié le 04/04/11 à 13:28
Boost the signal during a solo, for example, or may be saturated input stage. Produced absolutely no clear he does not add grain or tone to your sound. Winning is important. Solid.

UTILIZATION

Very simple product, a knob and a gain switch. Two possible uses, before the preamp or effects loop last before the power amp. Before the preamp was a gain of volume but also saturated. There comes a time when the volume gain no longer increases and results in an overdrive. End loop effect that the gain in volume and no saturation, but watch a lot of gain in volume. Me is where I use it. For use before the preamp I would advise further with a gain control on the issue of balancing the tone sound that tends to overdrive assourdire.

SOUND QUALITY

Where is the transparency that you are looking for is perfect, look no further ...

OVERALL OPINION

J `ai micro amp for a year and he did exactly what I requested, it boosts my signal for a leader who has the responsibility and who does not get lost in the mix. No he does not like coffee ....
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