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Published on 06/06/07 at 03:11
Value For Money : Excellent
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No power is the power of the head that feeds the pdi-03!
handy
Complete connectivity, ergonomic, simple!

The manual is clear, at the same time, there is no 36 functions!
The sounds are there, six settings are provided corresponding to different cabs, so many sounds available!

The sound is very good, very natural!
At home, I have the opportunity to catch micro, and the result is almost the same!

large saturation going very well, it's astonishing!
The 6 settings, can step to any type of sound!
My favorite set in position normal for large saturation!
cab and open position for clean sounds!

The ideal would be a good style neve preamp or chandler to get the signal!
Otherwise, the sound is almost OK to go in a mix! (There is always a little reverb or delay to be ...)

Here is an extract taken in microphone (dual roadster to rectify 4x12 cab)
http://media.putfile.com/Dual-rectifier-chosting-3-mode-moderne

Here is an extract using the pdi-03 (ptérodriver in the loop of the roadster)
http://media.putfile.com/pterodriver-son-lead-moderne

It's simple, plug and play, it sounds, it's even a nice rack!
The solution for those who want a pro's but do not have the financial means or knowledge sufficient to make a good recovery microphone!

Excellent value for money!
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