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Published on 11/24/09 at 07:25
See the manufacturer's website and the previous opinions.

An observation: the power plug frame is recessed from the plane of the housing and "aligned" on the top of the cut.

Result: the DC power supply for Boss (ex: PSA-230) or Ibanez, whose length of contact is approximately 9mm, can be plugged. So I use a power plug "13mm", then no worries.

This is not fatal, but worth noting.

I put 9 for that.

It seems that this pedal does not appreciate too microphones guitars double-winding type high output level. I can neither confirm nor deny, using only single-coils.

In any case, it is better to try with their own equipment to be fixed.

UTILIZATION

Compressors, even pedal format, are not necessarily impact the easiest to understand, at least if we want them to remain discrete in their operation. With this the designer has made the most of the work in place of a guitarist, he avoids the whole "taking head" to leave him that what he needs.

The manual is all but indispensable.

SOUND QUALITY

The pedal is a disconcerting ease of use and incredibly effective.

Transparency in compressor mode (flat) is exemplary. The silence of the pedal as much, except for trimming "Limit" button comp. (But is it worth it to go that far?). At no time have I managed to take the compressor failure.

The 2 low-cut filters are wise.

The "correct" is simply sublime and stains as well as very slight "crunch" are perfect to my ear.

You'll understand: I love it!

OVERALL OPINION

The "+"

- Sound quality
- Build quality
- Discoloration of the correct mode
- Compressor settings

The "-":

- Power Plug Chassis
- "Clicks" heard when the use of foot switches

Try it! If we do not, we will have lost nothing. If we love, what would be a shame to miss.

In my case: Mr Celmar Engel bravo! You can of sardines is not only convincing, but it is also exciting.
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