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«  The best Roger! »

Published on 08/11/14 at 08:54
A vibe that makes Tremolo and Chorus. Fully analog, hand-assembled in UK. Pedal old to regain his 70s but with a power supply outlet 9Volt for possible inclusion in his pedalboard. A metal case, the switches and potentiometers sturdy and quiet ... pfiou, a gem!

UTILIZATION

The knobs turn but not all have the same function in vibe mode, tremolo or chorus ... In short, be gardening with his hands and think with his ears. The sound is there right away but you better look for her quietly at home and record their settings ... not really cut out for this beast live, yet it is tru bypass and you can hop the output gain for a booster little sound (solo for example). I lowered the rating by one point, but against heart.

SOUND QUALITY

So it's more than perfect there! the sound is monstrous, pure analog but a fart breath. The chorus is typically that of Gilmour Darkside of the moon, the vibe is smack bang the "bridge of sighs" from Robin Trower. The tremolo is powerful and comes down very low, up to full grinder. Pedal breathtaking both in its sound qualities by its immense possibilities. All guitars spend with a predilection for strat Hendrix oblige! This is for me the best vibe in the market and worse that is all!

OVERALL OPINION

I bought there 5 or 6 years, I've tried to shovel, TR2 tremolo, chorus Boss or Ibanez and even a true Univibe 1969 ... hello away! The value for money is EX-CE-LENT! 250 € you do not have not one, two but three pedals superior. It lacks a TAP Tempo and a memory function to be perfect but it would be more in the pure analog. So yes, if I were doing this I will ever purchase, for sure.
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