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  • saucissonsaucisson

    very poor quality of manufacture

    Ibanez ES2Published on 08/28/14 at 15:29
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Everything has been said

    UTILIZATION

    So far, so cool, tone down the oscillation which is cool but quickly unmanageable.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Great vintage sound well, fairly dark. well as on an analog keyboard.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought this pedal once and she dropped me after 2 days (all in all 3 hours of use), more light more sound. I told myself that it was a bad run or a defective model. The store gave me another, it was yesterday afternoon, and well tonight pedal lights but there are more of his !!!!!!!! I'm not a nag and the pedal did not have time to go to the rehearsal, I must have a couple of pedals and it is the first time it did this to me. Ibanez should …
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    Everything has been said

    UTILIZATION

    So far, so cool, tone down the oscillation which is cool but quickly unmanageable.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Great vintage sound well, fairly dark. well as on an analog keyboard.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought this pedal once and she dropped me after 2 days (all in all 3 hours of use), more light more sound. I told myself that it was a bad run or a defective model. The store gave me another, it was yesterday afternoon, and well tonight pedal lights but there are more of his !!!!!!!! I'm not a nag and the pedal did not have time to go to the rehearsal, I must have a couple of pedals and it is the first time it did this to me. Ibanez should review its production line, I'd rather pay for a more expensive model of satisfactory quality. Too bad.
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