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Biyang DS-10 Max Distortion
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Distortion from Biyang belonging to the Baby Boom! series.

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  • Drive8Drive8

    A good versatile distortion

    Biyang DS-10 Max DistortionPublished on 05/14/13 at 02:46
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It is a distortion, with a switch that lets you choose between three basic sounds. The case is metal, a true-bypass switch.
    I'll try to stay as neutral as possible and just describe the characteristics of the pedal ...

    UTILIZATION

    Level settings, you can adjust the output volume, tone, saturation (the light overdrive to a distortion free - but it's still "own" it does not share in fuzz).
    Plus: a mini-switch that lets you choose between three types of distortion: normal / bright / warm. Normal: classic distortion, bright more suitable for solos, warm: its worst.
    In the end, the pedal offers a wide range of sounds. Especially potentiometers are usable on all their race.

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    It is a distortion, with a switch that lets you choose between three basic sounds. The case is metal, a true-bypass switch.
    I'll try to stay as neutral as possible and just describe the characteristics of the pedal ...

    UTILIZATION

    Level settings, you can adjust the output volume, tone, saturation (the light overdrive to a distortion free - but it's still "own" it does not share in fuzz).
    Plus: a mini-switch that lets you choose between three types of distortion: normal / bright / warm. Normal: classic distortion, bright more suitable for solos, warm: its worst.
    In the end, the pedal offers a wide range of sounds. Especially potentiometers are usable on all their race.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Tested with a strat: the sound is clean and clear. For distortion, this is very significant because the rendering is very musical. In bridge pickup (I have a little-Seymour JB) harmonics out all alone: ​​the best!
    Tested with a Les Paul: the rhythm are present (still own once: the sound is not rough). The pedal responds well to the action on the volume knob. In acute position: beautiful rendered for solos. on the other hand, to mitigate the clean side of the pedal, it is preferable to add either: a reverb, delay, chorus, phaser / flanger ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    Pedal that does its job: as used in rhythmic solo. It does not take much space on your pedalboard, while offering a wide range of sounds.
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