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DOD FX65 Stereo Chorus
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linn134 linn134
Publié le 10/07/08 à 19:40
Chorus trampling metal box.
It is navy blue, with 3 knobs (Speed ​​/ Delay Time / Depht), a red LED and a switch particularly well done (very short run, no need to get upset over).
A mono input and two outputs, since it is a stereo chorus.

Power is supplied by a conventional 9-volt battery, housed in a dedicated space, accessible via the top of the box with a trap quick and simple: good. But the supply through an external jack 3.5: not well! Another trick to put the Bronx in the pedalboard.



Memory is an analog effect. In any case it sounds good and warm and easily adjusted. When in doubt, here is a picture of the electronics.

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8 / 10 because of the power fart-c *******.

UTILIZATION

Really that small: 3 knobs and a switch, that's simple.
No change in waveform convoluted, incomprehensible command ... no no frills.
The manual is at the bottom of the box: I took a huge risk by not reading it, I could cause a tsunami ... No, no joke: it is simple architecture and no need to book.

LANEY used on a Chrome-O-Zone in the effects loop of the channel clean, the sound is magnificent: deep, hot, not too thin nor too thick, perfectly intelligible arpeggio in single note and agreement. The powerchords do not drool.
On boosted channel must manage the mix dry / wet (the amp has this setting and it is happy) at the risk of a sound too fat and too thick, almost like a fuzz but without the charm of it .

In clean and crunch that's perfect on a compressed natural saturation (lamps) is already problematic. With a nice reverb and maybe a slight delay the result is magnificent.

10/10 for the simplicity and enjoyment.

SOUND QUALITY

It looks very much like a chorus: it thickens and spatializes a bit (I wrote a little, it's not a reflection autopan or 7.1) and the dynamics are very good: nothing is lost.

Analog or not, the sound is present and the quality is by appointment.
It is not a TC or a Rocktron, DOD has a particular grain and recognizable.
For the philistines DOD is the division "stompboxes" (pedals) of the firm Digitech, known for its excellent effects and treatment especially in the area of ​​the guitar.

OVERALL OPINION

Bought a while ago, I rediscovered the pleasure.
It changes the eternal BOSS, Ibanez and MXR: DOD's nice too.

Chorus and I tried a few. I prefer the BOSS ROCKTRON but still slightly above for his character. DOD FX65 is very round, almost too organic and sometimes a little chorus chemical may be required. It is extra on cleans but will be too thick on distos too sharp: more blues / rock qu'indus.

Purchased promo "clearance" (a while ago already) for 60 euros is a bargain.
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