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Boss DS-1 Distortion - Outlaw Mod - Modded by Machine Head Pedals
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    The best DS-1 that I have tested.

    Boss DS-1 Distortion - Outlaw Mod - Modded by Machine Head PedalsPublished on 11/26/13 at 06:03
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    orange boss pedal in modified machine head pedals. ANALOG distortion of fact, same settings as the original. Everything is sturdy and well made. a jack in the jack out and roll youth!

    UTILIZATION

    Like any good boss pedal, the settings are simple and extremely easy general configuration. I will therefore not the affront to go further in these comments, what counts is the next topic ... Can only miss him a multi-band eq rather than tone.

    SOUND QUALITY

    For those who do not know the original DS-1, I invite you to look at the reviews on it before you tackle this criticism. For others, if you love the chemical side of the original in the treble, keep. Because the mod brings …
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    orange boss pedal in modified machine head pedals. ANALOG distortion of fact, same settings as the original. Everything is sturdy and well made. a jack in the jack out and roll youth!

    UTILIZATION

    Like any good boss pedal, the settings are simple and extremely easy general configuration. I will therefore not the affront to go further in these comments, what counts is the next topic ... Can only miss him a multi-band eq rather than tone.

    SOUND QUALITY

    For those who do not know the original DS-1, I invite you to look at the reviews on it before you tackle this criticism. For others, if you love the chemical side of the original in the treble, keep. Because the mod brings a much warmer grain and "analog", in short, a more realistic a tube amp grain. This is the best mod that I have tested. After that the rest of the boss, you will not have the sound of a marshall pushed burne or even a pedal 500euros, but for the price it does matter!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used it a few times when I was looking for my own sound distortion. I liked him a rat, but it is only matter of taste. The value for money is very good, although these occasions not run the streets. if you like the original boss distortion and want to sublimate, it is made for it.
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