Electro-Harmonix Small Clone Mk2
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Electro-Harmonix Small Clone Mk2

Small Clone Mk2, Chorus for Guitar from Electro-Harmonix in the Clone series.

Prout alcoolisé 12/03/2010

Electro-Harmonix Small Clone Mk2 : Prout alcoolisé's user review

«  Works very well with a bass, so if (the empress) »
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For those who still read, should perhaps move to the next item, right? Pedal

UTILIZATION

breeze. One branch, one hack 3 seconds, it was a sound.
In 5 minutes, you've explored the whole range of sounds it can offer (which actually not bad). Used on a

SOUND QUALITY

precion Squier Bass Classic Vibe 50's and a pov 'Hartke B20, it is quite addictive serious. To be more precise, it respects the fundamental sound of the shovel: the bass are not hot and that's good, tired of eating the pedal frequency to believe they have nothing else to eat.

What I mean by that is that this pedal creates yet not for the wonderfully low fills his office. Its good vintage, namely hot and thick. The depth can vary on this subject with a way a bit colder. The effect "rotary" is also excellent but remains anecdotal. A good position is deep in, misses two notches before the half and it is the foot.

OVERALL OPINION

Used for one month, bought in mag to 72 euros as prices correct.
I like the simplicity of the beast, and his panel of sounds fairly rich (but not paradoxal. ..). No need to record, then the sheet front to learn how to use it. No default yet.

I wanted a small-clone, nothing else. Then try other things? Oh yes, a chorus can on a multi-purpose canister equally Korg ... Well, not anything terrible, small-clone better, Korg not good ... Understand?

The power supply, 9v to buy more? Bin, yeah. Must buy it, I do not see how this can be a default.

Of course I would do this choice, not a single hesitation.