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Artec SE-CRM Crazy Metal
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Distortion from Artec belonging to the Black Air series.

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  • Rillecy94Rillecy94

    Artec SE-CRM Crazy MetalPublished on 06/02/11 at 01:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The basic! Level, Gain, Hi and Lo. No Mid! is a negative point of this pedal.

    UTILIZATION

    The manual is nothing more than a catalog of the range with 2 Artec setting "flagship". However the grip is very simple, in 1 / 2 minutes (2 for the less gifted!) We figured out how to tweak its sound.

    SOUND QUALITY

    That's where I get angry! Certainly the price is very affordable and certainly the tone is rather nice, rounded tell us. But call this Crazy Metal pedal when the gain level is slightly higher than overdrive, I do not agree at all!! We put the dots on "i"! Yes she has a good sound! But its gain level is too low to be a dedicated pedal to the metal. It sounds more like a…
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    The basic! Level, Gain, Hi and Lo. No Mid! is a negative point of this pedal.

    UTILIZATION

    The manual is nothing more than a catalog of the range with 2 Artec setting "flagship". However the grip is very simple, in 1 / 2 minutes (2 for the less gifted!) We figured out how to tweak its sound.

    SOUND QUALITY

    That's where I get angry! Certainly the price is very affordable and certainly the tone is rather nice, rounded tell us. But call this Crazy Metal pedal when the gain level is slightly higher than overdrive, I do not agree at all!! We put the dots on "i"! Yes she has a good sound! But its gain level is too low to be a dedicated pedal to the metal. It sounds more like an overdrive on steroids, but no more. So I use to boost the distortion of the amp or my Boss DS-2, which, by the way, is more nervous! But otherwise apart from that and the fact that there have not knob lyrics (which plays a lot on the stamp!), This pedal is nickel, good sound quality and the bypass works.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had a few weeks now and has found its place in the pedalboard as a distortion booster. on the other hand I was looking distortion nervous so I will not go that choice! Obviously I will take more than a pedal DigiTech Metal Master stye.
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