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Fame AD-10 Repeat That!
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Fame AD-10 Repeat That!

Delay/Echo/Phrase Sampler for Guitar from Fame belonging to the Sweet Tone series.

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Fame AD-10 Repeat That!Published on 10/29/13 at 04:35
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Delay in pedal format. Or MIDI or memory programming, input & output jack, 9V PSU. Settings: Blend / Time / Repeat, assorted mini switch that provided access to two beaches delay (up to 600ms or 1100ms), on / off switch. Pretty blue LED to indicate the start. All packaged sun dan black metal case that inspires confidence. The bug is also advertised as "true bypass".

UTILIZATION

No manual but why sacrifice trees when you can just turn the knobs and let our ears to guide us? On this point, nothing revolutionary. It snaps, and that's what a delay is supposed to do.

SOUND QUALITY

Rehearsals are quite "dirty", which may displease the aficionados of digital delays like Boss DD2, DD3...…
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Delay in pedal format. Or MIDI or memory programming, input & output jack, 9V PSU. Settings: Blend / Time / Repeat, assorted mini switch that provided access to two beaches delay (up to 600ms or 1100ms), on / off switch. Pretty blue LED to indicate the start. All packaged sun dan black metal case that inspires confidence. The bug is also advertised as "true bypass".

UTILIZATION

No manual but why sacrifice trees when you can just turn the knobs and let our ears to guide us? On this point, nothing revolutionary. It snaps, and that's what a delay is supposed to do.

SOUND QUALITY

Rehearsals are quite "dirty", which may displease the aficionados of digital delays like Boss DD2, DD3 etc ... Personally I love this signal degradation that reminds a bit old rooms tape echo. Coexists in my pedalboard with the Chorus of Fame in the same series, a harmonizer Boss, this pedal fills his office without a fuss. I have not checked inside if the wiring was very true bypass but I do not see loss of signal when the effect is disengaged.

OVERALL OPINION

Two weeks of tests and frankly not disappointed. I kept (in another pedalboard) my Visual Sound H2O sounds like hell but a little tired of boost when it engages. Finally, here is a delay cheap, tough, a typed anything vintage. Try it!
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philou17philou17

to buy

Fame AD-10 Repeat That!Published on 06/25/11 at 04:50
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the sweet tone delay is a great analog delay pedal, very robust,

UTILIZATION

configuration is simple, the only downside there is no manual in the sounds are very good it is very clear

SOUND QUALITY

the delay is very efficient, very good bypass, you can go from 600 to 1100 in a short time,

OVERALL OPINION

I recently useful, but I am very happy if you had a choice I would do without hesitation, shame or no manual but there is no need to read the manual to understand how it works for the price nothing to say for the quality
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magmatmagmat

Trs good!

Fame AD-10 Repeat That!Published on 10/16/10 at 10:08
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Analog delay.
Rglages depth, length and tonality with a switch to switch the effect of 600 1100 ms.
Config very simple, good bypass.

UTILIZATION

Usage requirements are simple. You turn the knobs, a function as well. The quality of their mcanismes on the other hand, makes me question the durability of the pedal, but hey, there's something for our money, the effect itself is very s good. Effect

SOUND QUALITY

very efficient and transparent. It was not the precision of a boss in the loop but a very good amp, requiring (a Egnater), the pedal fills her role perfectly. It is a couple choruses of the same brand, does it!

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for several months. Apart from the...…
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Analog delay.
Rglages depth, length and tonality with a switch to switch the effect of 600 1100 ms.
Config very simple, good bypass.

UTILIZATION

Usage requirements are simple. You turn the knobs, a function as well. The quality of their mcanismes on the other hand, makes me question the durability of the pedal, but hey, there's something for our money, the effect itself is very s good. Effect

SOUND QUALITY

very efficient and transparent. It was not the precision of a boss in the loop but a very good amp, requiring (a Egnater), the pedal fills her role perfectly. It is a couple choruses of the same brand, does it!

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for several months. Apart from the chip ct mcanismes of knobs, it's a very good effect. An excellent quality price.
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  • Manufacturer: Fame
  • Model: AD-10 Repeat That!
  • Series: Sweet Tone
  • Category: Delays/Echos/Phrase Samplers for Guitar
  • Added in our database on: 08/16/2010

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