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    Akai Professional G-Drive D2GPublished on 02/26/05 at 07:53
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    Analogue distortion pedals brand Akai (I did not know was that this brand of pedals for guitar and bass pedals before buying this).

    Heavy duty construction (much better than the Big Muff which seems lgre tle). A PDAL unbreakable.

    2 potentiomtres left: one for the volume, another call Drive for the determination of the distortion.

    Socket for external power supply connection

    UTILIZATION

    The PDAL is unique in the sense that the sound of the distortion is GNR with 2 qualisations: as the 1st one that will be sent to the circuit sound processing, the 2nd (called Color) acting as qualisation post-distortion (that is basically the effect of volumes on Tone pedals disto classic, …
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    Analogue distortion pedals brand Akai (I did not know was that this brand of pedals for guitar and bass pedals before buying this).

    Heavy duty construction (much better than the Big Muff which seems lgre tle). A PDAL unbreakable.

    2 potentiomtres left: one for the volume, another call Drive for the determination of the distortion.

    Socket for external power supply connection

    UTILIZATION

    The PDAL is unique in the sense that the sound of the distortion is GNR with 2 qualisations: as the 1st one that will be sent to the circuit sound processing, the 2nd (called Color) acting as qualisation post-distortion (that is basically the effect of volumes on Tone pedals disto classic, but spar over 6 bands are!).

    SOUND QUALITY

    In the disto rglant up, I did not find the standard gain (not like a Metal Zone for example).. on the other hand, an infinite rglages and its VERY clean. For the 1st time I russi CRER MY sound distortion. It achieves a standard palette of sound distortion (crunch, blues and personal configs). It's a bit complicated to beginners, but After a few days of use, we understand the capacity of the pedals sound.

    OVERALL OPINION

    To advise any guitarist and bass player wanting to have a versatile pedals and anxious to have his own trs (nanmoins without going into extreme distos).

    Difficult to find in France. I highly recommend purchasing this PDAL (59 euros at Thomann!)
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