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  • "Diehard"

    VFE Pedals Choral ReefPublished on 07/30/14 at 09:41
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Analog Chorus pedal. But in reality it goes much further than that:

    Chorus
    Vibrato
    Delay slapback
    Ring modulator
    "Sci-fi flanging"

    Settings:
    Speed, depth, and a knob to mix (dry / wet)
    Width and feedback.
    A 3-position switch (short, medium, long) to 3 levels deep.

    Internally 3 trimpots: Master Volume, intensity and bias led the MN3008
    (Which is no longer manufactured today, which was used in the particular delay pedals.).

    Switching Dual mode:

    True SOFT bypass (true bypass relay, more intensive or plop bed)
    Switching and fugitive kind: You stay pressed, it lights, you release it goes off.


    Low noise components, manufacturing labor in the U.S..
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    Analog Chorus pedal. But in reality it goes much further than that:

    Chorus
    Vibrato
    Delay slapback
    Ring modulator
    "Sci-fi flanging"

    Settings:
    Speed, depth, and a knob to mix (dry / wet)
    Width and feedback.
    A 3-position switch (short, medium, long) to 3 levels deep.

    Internally 3 trimpots: Master Volume, intensity and bias led the MN3008
    (Which is no longer manufactured today, which was used in the particular delay pedals.).

    Switching Dual mode:

    True SOFT bypass (true bypass relay, more intensive or plop bed)
    Switching and fugitive kind: You stay pressed, it lights, you release it goes off.


    Low noise components, manufacturing labor in the U.S..

    UTILIZATION

    By necessarily easy to navigate away, but it come quickly.

    The manual is a sheet ineptitude, explains the function of each button and trim. Practice.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The quality is remarkable, even perfect.

    I will let you understand the sounds on the video in the media. It will be worth more than a thousand words. All I can say here is that the sounds are all worked extremely loyal and very transparent. It fully respects your guitar.

    It produces no noise in its normal operating range. Only extreme settings in "long" mode switch trace the hiss of MN3008 is pushed to its limits.


    Each component, even potentiometers (Alpha custom) input jack, everything is top quality.

    OVERALL OPINION

    VFE done a remarkable job by going after the end of its effects. Every detail is worked to get a foot high fly. Very beautiful work.

    Moreover the price is not excessive. (Around € 120/150 on average) Some models start at 80 € for example. Not like some manufacturers become known and easily sell their effects at crazy prices like € 250 and beyond ...
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