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Distortion from Biyang belonging to the Tonefancier series.

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  • Fantastic pedal

    Biyang Metal-EndPublished on 07/08/21 at 06:27
    I just came to give my two cents about this pedal. Its sick, to say the least. This thing will scream any pickups. Excellent switching from modern, normal and vintage gives you three different distortion types. In addition you get a high cut, which really works out well to quench some of the sizzle from hot pickups. Also you get another switch to go from normal, bright and warm tones. Still further, you get an amp cab sim. Think Rectifier. When switched on, it turns your cab into distortion crunch hell. Its sounds amazing once you dial it in for your pickups. I use an overdrive to get some sparkle gain which really opens up the Metal End. Even dry, this thing sounds truly amazing, even......
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    I just came to give my two cents about this pedal. Its sick, to say the least. This thing will scream any pickups. Excellent switching from modern, normal and vintage gives you three different distortion types. In addition you get a high cut, which really works out well to quench some of the sizzle from hot pickups. Also you get another switch to go from normal, bright and warm tones. Still further, you get an amp cab sim. Think Rectifier. When switched on, it turns your cab into distortion crunch hell. Its sounds amazing once you dial it in for your pickups. I use an overdrive to get some sparkle gain which really opens up the Metal End. Even dry, this thing sounds truly amazing, even at low volumes. It will be the last metal pedal you will need. I gave away my Metal Zone because it really sucked compared to Biyang Metal End. In addition, whats really cool about this box is the midrange tone knob has an accompanying frequency knob which allows you to either scoop or enhance the mid frequencies. Biyang made this thing rock solid as well. With the true bypass, you dont have to worry about it affecting your clean tone. If you are confused, dont be, get one and try it. You'll be blown away, especially from it's very low price. Dont mistake this for a cheap product because it's not. Get one and you will see.
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  • I'm in love

    Biyang Metal-EndPublished on 06/18/20 at 02:08
    this is by far thee absolute best metal distortion/extreme pedal I've ever owned or played with.very brutal and distinct with a whole plethora of options for changing to different tones.back off on the distortion knob just a little bit and you get very clean sounding thrash metal.
    full on gain and you get a ripping and tearing brutal feast of distortions suitable for any black metal and death metal offerings.im in love with my biyang metal end.
    I'm buying the metal end king very soon due to the fact that it has even higher quality components making up it's form.so this metal end is so awesome I'll buy the metal end king with no worries at all.
    I urge everyone who needs brutality in a......
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    this is by far thee absolute best metal distortion/extreme pedal I've ever owned or played with.very brutal and distinct with a whole plethora of options for changing to different tones.back off on the distortion knob just a little bit and you get very clean sounding thrash metal.
    full on gain and you get a ripping and tearing brutal feast of distortions suitable for any black metal and death metal offerings.im in love with my biyang metal end.
    I'm buying the metal end king very soon due to the fact that it has even higher quality components making up it's form.so this metal end is so awesome I'll buy the metal end king with no worries at all.
    I urge everyone who needs brutality in a pedal that can't afford the expensive bullcrap
    pedals that true pussies always are whining about.
    (eh,it don't cost enough,th more I spend the better it makes me feel about myself)...lol.silver spoon up theyr bums blocked theyr brains and theyr ears if they don't fall and worship at the feet of this pedal.its $37.
    you cannot and will not get a better pedal ever.watch out tho because theyr are people all over the I ternet trying to rip people off on these pedals by charging $100 and even more...but in reality..these pedals only cost $37.
    if you have to just order it from China and wait for a few months to get it because then it's the best deal ever and you get the most happiness out of it.
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  • but bieng too fragile!

    Biyang Metal-EndPublished on 09/20/12 at 05:40
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    saturation for large distortion with classic extreme.pedale IN and OUT.alim by batteries or 9Volt kind boss.le pedal is "a little big" and takes up space ....

    UTILIZATION

    full of possible settings, more or less effective but to find the desired sound.

    SOUND QUALITY

    level sound is not bad tout.on arrives to find the desired sound after a few minutes.cependant, acute attention to that can soon become criars ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I think overall all means remain the same.
    with a lot of the drive even when its lack of precision and "body."
    this pedal has replaced the metal muff pedal on my board.en effect the metal muff laché me 2 times because of problems of power supply.
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    saturation for large distortion with classic extreme.pedale IN and OUT.alim by batteries or 9Volt kind boss.le pedal is "a little big" and takes up space ....

    UTILIZATION

    full of possible settings, more or less effective but to find the desired sound.

    SOUND QUALITY

    level sound is not bad tout.on arrives to find the desired sound after a few minutes.cependant, acute attention to that can soon become criars ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I think overall all means remain the same.
    with a lot of the drive even when its lack of precision and "body."
    this pedal has replaced the metal muff pedal on my board.en effect the metal muff laché me 2 times because of problems of power supply.
    after I go on line 6 (uber metal) but it was too cold and sound really missing "body", I think this is the digital that did not delighted with the line 6.
    So after these two pedals I turned on the metal-end.du blow j "there is almost my happiness and it takes place in my pedal-board for a year ... but we have to get the evidence that has manufacturing is really not in sound ... small switch all begin to have false contacts .... even by returning to the store (Rockline has toulouse) nothing fait.parfois this pedal " comes "a mute way aleatoire.desfois is not cut but the sound is really altered metal ... so ended my weekend.
    I had to replace the essayeer Tech21 U.S. steel (which is a very good pedal) but it does not match the desired sound .... I finished with a krank distortus maximus, and for now it suits me well ...
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  • Biyang Metal-EndPublished on 08/07/08 at 15:16
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Analog distortion pedal made in China, reproducing the sounds of saturated high gain amps.
    Four EQ bands: low, mid freq, middle, high.
    Setting: level and dist.
    Four selectable filters for switches: 1 / amp simulator, 2 / filter modern, normal, classic, 3 / high filter, cut the mids and acting on 4 / filter normal, bright and warm.
    Entry in and out.
    True Bypass.
    Battery power or 9 volt power supply type Boss.

    UTILIZATION

    Like all pedals of the analog is plug'n'play but the presence of filters and a four-band equalizer allows many rélages and rich sound.
    We must therefore, to find his sound, look at the settings a bit longer than a traditional distortion pedal, but......
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    Analog distortion pedal made in China, reproducing the sounds of saturated high gain amps.
    Four EQ bands: low, mid freq, middle, high.
    Setting: level and dist.
    Four selectable filters for switches: 1 / amp simulator, 2 / filter modern, normal, classic, 3 / high filter, cut the mids and acting on 4 / filter normal, bright and warm.
    Entry in and out.
    True Bypass.
    Battery power or 9 volt power supply type Boss.

    UTILIZATION

    Like all pedals of the analog is plug'n'play but the presence of filters and a four-band equalizer allows many rélages and rich sound.
    We must therefore, to find his sound, look at the settings a bit longer than a traditional distortion pedal, but nothing very complicated.

    SOUND QUALITY

    This pedal is one of the best distortion I've tried, it buries itself all major brands.
    I use it with a willow strat's, a Fender Band Master head 1965 and a 2x12 cabinet with Celestion G12H.
    The Metal End when engaged turns your amp into a roaring beast and we obtain high gain saturation of vintage and modern metal.
    The sound is warm and clear, it seems to have a second amp.
    Turning down the volume on the guitar remains accurate throughout the race and it loses almost no frequencies.
    But the strength of this pedal and brand Biyang the same time, is that it fits on many amps: Fender Deluxe Reverb, Marshall JCM 800, Roland Jazz Chorus, etc..

    OVERALL OPINION

    For only € 60 you have a metal distortion that exceeds almost all that I could try or use (effects: Boss, Ibanez, Vox, Carl Martin, EHX) in terms of value for money. Unfortunately at this time a single store, Rock line in Toulouse, sell them in France.
    Here is a link to get a clearer picture of this pedal and brand:
    http://www.jsfamusic.com
    You will find samples of different brand products, but do not rely on prices that are above those normally performed.
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  • Be careful

    Biyang Metal-EndPublished on 03/31/11 at 04:29
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I think we should be careful before buying this pedal

    the distortion is "very fast" very strong, the distortion literally DESTROYED the sound of the guitar from the start of the race of gain control.

    If you want a VERY disto deliberately exaggerated gonna eg for extreme style, minimum very distorted black metal or a particular portion of a song.

    If not for the trash metal style as it is already too distorted I think.



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