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Biyang DS-8 Mouse

Distortion from Biyang belonging to the Tonefancier series.

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Biyang DS-8 MousePublished on 01/31/10 at 14:10
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Analog distortion, supposedly clone Proco Rat, which actually uses the LM309 chip of the original Rat.
Mono, volume, gain (conventional) and a "filter" that is not a simple tonality but adds bass or treble by turning the extreme (such as Rat)
A 3-position switch: normal-max-turbo, which changes the answer in terms of gain and added a diode clipping on the turbo position.
True Bypass.
Very own manufacturing quality unless the switch is in marshmallow and is the weakest link. Ramen 2 times due to congnitale weakness.
Mouse-Rat, MDR.

USE

No user manual, as the compressor of the same brand, but hey, not rocket science, it's classic.
Attention big difference output level......
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Analog distortion, supposedly clone Proco Rat, which actually uses the LM309 chip of the original Rat.
Mono, volume, gain (conventional) and a "filter" that is not a simple tonality but adds bass or treble by turning the extreme (such as Rat)
A 3-position switch: normal-max-turbo, which changes the answer in terms of gain and added a diode clipping on the turbo position.
True Bypass.
Very own manufacturing quality unless the switch is in marshmallow and is the weakest link. Ramen 2 times due to congnitale weakness.
Mouse-Rat, MDR.

USE

No user manual, as the compressor of the same brand, but hey, not rocket science, it's classic.
Attention big difference output level according to the position of the switch. This is trsgnant if one wants to make rglages steals live.
The distortion is very (too) in severe drooling from 2 thirds of the winning race even half depending on the position of the switch. Even with high output pickups.
Quite that takes time to find a satisfactory rglage especially that there is some interaction between the filter and the gain (such as Rat ...).


SOUND QUALITY

I get out of a quest of several months of Idale distortion, and I've tried a few. The Biyang does not sound at all like a current Rat. I do not remember how sounds an original Rat, so ????
The Biyang sounds warm and flut share in the gain fuzz ds Exceeds half the dynamics is quite large and the character of the guitar is not too smothered.
The normal positions and turbo are close enough, a few shades RESPONSE attack and in the bass.
The maximum position is unusable for me, it seems to have a non DSIRE saturation, tape is too rotten kind that request.
Good raction volume knob and an upstream overdrive.
I use two rglages either 11:00 gain normal or turbo position and filter 2:00 for a kind prog rock very beautiful solo, much less relevant in rhythmic. Gain is almost the minimum for a clear boundary of the merger, such heating Fender white, but with a color and a little grain DIFFERENT (you understand? S). Terrible funky casseroles or arpges ... All the time or what.
In all cases, it is never aggressive and not very roots. No, not AC / DC or Pantera or SRV. But rather Jeff Beck, Marillion, or even Dream Theater ballad. Or me ... But for the latter, everyone cares.


NOTICE GLOBAL

I've had 3 months and it's not the presents in my Pdalboard distortion, but I use it when I have to fly away cravings lyric on a record. Sonorits very hot, like all products of the brand I've tried.
Damage to the switch two balls, one false note of Table 50. Yes, 50 is given when you see some pedals "boutique" 5 times more. And that is the standard price of the full range Biyang.
There are cloned as Collins brand.
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" One of the best"

Biyang DS-8 MousePublished on 06/25/13 at 05:23
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
see the previous notice
a pedal without mandatory screwdriver, it rests
no problem switch, sturdy box

UTILIZATION

extremely simple, live must be careful, I put small colored dots to identify my various settings

SOUND QUALITY

less gross than the RAT, hot and sweet distortion, a small delay does the rest

OVERALL OPINION

this is my only distortion to live and it will remain so long I think, given its price and its intrinsic quality, do not deny it
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" Approved twice."

Biyang DS-8 MousePublished on 01/31/10 at 14:10
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Disto analog supposedly Proco Rat clone, which actually uses the LM309 chip of original Rat. Mono, a volume gain (classic) and a "filter" that is not a simple tone but adds bass or treble, turning to the extreme (as Rat) A switch with 3 positions: normal, max- turbo, which changes the response to the gain level and adds a clipping diodes on the turbo position. True Bypass. Build quality very clean except the switch is in marshmallow and is the weakest link. 2 times reduced due to congenital weakness. Mouse-Rat MDR.

UTILIZATION

No user manual, as the compressor from the same brand, but hey, nothing complicated, it's classic. Attention big difference in output level depending on the......
Read more
Disto analog supposedly Proco Rat clone, which actually uses the LM309 chip of original Rat. Mono, a volume gain (classic) and a "filter" that is not a simple tone but adds bass or treble, turning to the extreme (as Rat) A switch with 3 positions: normal, max- turbo, which changes the response to the gain level and adds a clipping diodes on the turbo position. True Bypass. Build quality very clean except the switch is in marshmallow and is the weakest link. 2 times reduced due to congenital weakness. Mouse-Rat MDR.

UTILIZATION

No user manual, as the compressor from the same brand, but hey, nothing complicated, it's classic. Attention big difference in output level depending on the position of the switch. It's very annoying if you want to make adjustments on the fly live. The distortion becomes very (too) severe drooling in from the 2 °-thirds of the winning race to a half depending on the position of the switch. Even with microphones high output level. It's all that takes time to find a satisfactory setting especially there is a definite interaction between the filter and the gain (like the Rat ...).

SOUND QUALITY

I just came from a search of several months of the distal ideal, and I've tried a few. The Biyang does not sound like a rat now. I can not remember how the original sounds a Rat, so?? Biyang the hot sounds and flute in hand fuzz when the gain exceeds the half, the momentum is large enough and the character of the guitar is not too muffled. The positions are quite normal, turbo family, certain nuances of the attack and response in the bass. The max for me is unusable, it seems to have a saturation unwanted tape-rotten genre in which we ask too much. Good response to volume knob, and an overdrive upstream. I use it with two settings: either gain to 11.00, normal or turbo position and filter to 2:00, for a prog rock genre's beautiful solo, a little less relevant in rhythm. Gain is almost the minimum for a clear limit to the merger, like Fender white hot, but with a color and grain a bit different (you understand that?). Terrible in casseroles or arpeggios or funky ... All the time what. In all cases, it is never aggressive and not very roots. Not AC / DC or Pantera or SRV. But Jeff Beck, Marillion, Dream Theater or even when walking. Or me ... But for the latter, everyone cares.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had it three months and it is not the distortion present in my pedalboard, but I use it when I have cravings for theatrics on a recording. Sounds very hot, like all products of the brand I've tried. Damage to the switch with two bullets, one false note in an array of 50 €. Yes, 50 € is given when you see some pedals "boutique" to 5 times more expensive. And that's the standard price of the full range Biyang. There are branded clone Collins or Eagleton. Questions?

12-2010 edit: I have sold recently, but I'll just buy one today. I missed her ...
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  • Manufacturer: Biyang
  • Model: DS-8 Mouse
  • Series: Tonefancier
  • Category: Distortions
  • Added in our database on: 10/01/2009

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