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Distortion from Amt Electronics belonging to the Classic series.

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  • Ignoble

    Amt Electronics British SoundPublished on 01/22/13 at 14:15
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Overdrive / Disto
    This thing is unfortunately rack yes (jack / jack)
    This thing has a pre amp built.
    Connection jack / jack therefore, supply 9 volts

    UTILIZATION

    Config very simple.
    Manual clear.
    Easy editing (anyway it is quickly seen)

    SOUND QUALITY

    The sound gives this pedal is simply awful.
    It's dirty in the bad sense, and I do not understand how the manufacturer can sell it at that price (they also quickly became disillusioned).
    With this trick, AMT has lost a potential customer forever and lost all credibility in his eyes.
    I play on a Fender Twin Reverb 1979 Telecatser U.S. and U.S. ES 335 and I must say that when I plugged that's the only time my amp has not......
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    Overdrive / Disto
    This thing is unfortunately rack yes (jack / jack)
    This thing has a pre amp built.
    Connection jack / jack therefore, supply 9 volts

    UTILIZATION

    Config very simple.
    Manual clear.
    Easy editing (anyway it is quickly seen)

    SOUND QUALITY

    The sound gives this pedal is simply awful.
    It's dirty in the bad sense, and I do not understand how the manufacturer can sell it at that price (they also quickly became disillusioned).
    With this trick, AMT has lost a potential customer forever and lost all credibility in his eyes.
    I play on a Fender Twin Reverb 1979 Telecatser U.S. and U.S. ES 335 and I must say that when I plugged that's the only time my amp has not arrived. It felt very strange.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought this thing accidentally messed up a bluff.
    I tried dozens of models so yes I know what I'm talking about, my colleagues and I can confirm that this model will succeed in ruining the sound of the best amp / guitar / pedalboard in the world.
    Two ways to see the value, or was humor and it's laughable, either one is first degree is just outrageous.
    With the experience I would do this choice, yes, to post a demo on Youtube and tell the whole world that we must burn this thing.
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