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matthieu.marcus.bros matthieu.marcus.bros

«  compressor for low amazing! »

Published on 06/24/13 at 17:36
compressor for bass in Palmer called Deepressor, specially designed for us producers bass ^ ^

here is a link to fall directly on the product description:


all I can say is that it is of high quality European (German these are finicky, so much the better for once ^ ^), it's handmade & miss such a pedal would be. .. grossly bloody error amok ...
to keep it simple, of course ^ ^

this is good, the settings are sensitive & have Respondent + + + Briefly, the foot for perfect control
recommend in all the right pedalboard ^ ^!!

UTILIZATION

General config ultra simple answers here on the variation of the knobs, the dream which ^ ^
explanations are clear manual / net / fast efficient ... for those who need to read it, if we manage alone 5min lap top ^ ^

SOUND QUALITY

I use my pedalboard & Deepressor in here simply detonates ^ ^
My sound engineer was surprised at the result, he who swore by the standard references (Palmer was unknown to him)

OVERALL OPINION

I tried the compressor at EBS is supposed to be a reference & good ... there's references that are much better & Palmer proves with her "handmade" look great & the best quality ^ ^
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