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Jailbird Jailbird
Published on 08/12/05 at 07:06
Size of a MXR
DISTORTION Manufactured and assembled by hand.
RED Hand Painted
IN and OUT jack 6.35
running on AC or 9V battery
Indicator lead
Each component of the "Hand mades" are components of high-end, hence the price.
The electronic circuit is discrete (no breath or parasites)

UTILIZATION

Simple and effective.
A guitar, an amplifier, an ear and 3 buttons! Basic? Yes, but so much more practical than all-digital will never have that sound!

SOUND QUALITY

DYNA RED: The 'bad Brother' of the Baby Blue Overdrive. The real distortion, given by the ear at the right tone, it is designed to work with the Baby Blue Overdrive, allowing a wide range incomparable. The Dyna Red is more dynamic than the BBOD with less compression and more output and gain. It has a different tone, more modern with mids and lower extremities (low - high) high. This is the concept of the Dyna Red. A tone that cuts grind and give a strong band and the clarity and brilliance of the harmonics. The Dyna Red is more aggressive than BBOD, and few also be used (pushed in) as a fuzz. but it depends on the guitar and amp.

OVERALL OPINION

In a word, as in 100, EVER, you will hear a sound as big and bold 'perfect' with digital pedals. Or with other pedals standarts (I would mention no names), but it competes without blushing with Z-Vex, MJM and other handmade pedals!
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