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Radial Engineering Bones Vienna Chorus
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Radial Engineering Bones Vienna Chorus
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victhebig victhebig

«  average, poor »

Publié le 10/18/10 à 23:18
Chorus said analog
connectors in, out, 9-12V jack adapter

Configuring

UTILIZATION

more complicated than two switches, two chorus effects, stacking
two modes (normal and turbo).
In all this at least four combinations, carving with the four knobs by Depth and Rate corresponding to the two effects chorus.

SOUND QUALITY

I went to my shop with a copy of the Small Clone-tonepad.com), welded by my personal care.

After comparisons: my pedal bypass alone was the sound richer and stronger.
The Radial: Chow fourth frequency ... Therefore not a true thru-bypass!

The effect of the Vienna Chorus: not bad, reminiscent of Japan Boss Chorus.
The effect of my Clone: a fist in the face, that envelope, it is chilling.

Conclusion: Radial pedal totally lacking in midrange tape down, and may render inaudible your instrument as much as deactivated activated!



OVERALL OPINION

Tried for 15 minutes in specialized stores,
I must say it was inspiring.
I will buy not a pedal with its low for 169 euros hahaha

So look elsewhere, or do you own your pedals! A pedal
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