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Boss HM-2 Heavy Metal (Japan)
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Boss HM-2 Heavy Metal (Japan)
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madchap madchap

«  as versatile an ax, but perfect for slicing! »

Published on 03/26/13 at 02:25
Of distortion pedal Boss ... mine has qq pets but it works nickel

on the other hand is an old Japanese 85 therefore the power supply sector, attention is 12V (you can make a mod to the circuit which accepts 9V though)

UTILIZATION

4 knobs: volume, bass, treble, gain ...

editing could not be simpler, but the knobs are a race that is as linear at all (except for the volume) the bass and treble are a very big bump limit, similar to the gain, as mentioned in other opinions at the beginning it changes a little, then 3/4 of the race ca remains almost identical, and limit there is a massive gain happens ... so it asks a little practice.

SOUND QUALITY

there is only one color .... so if you want the versatility that is not worth it. it can be used in rhythm or solo. the sound is not very compress and quite "grainy"

OVERALL OPINION

I have been using qq month on a mesa V-Twin pedal in clean. Its exactly what I was looking for so I am very satisfied .. for the death to the old. I served with an OD (2 HM2 track / 2 track lead channel OD +) .. it gives a very big sound dirty but not very well compressed, producing typical old school death.

i paid 35 euros mine, bought in Japan, it is a japanese .. I personally would not pay more (or 40 is the limit!) ... taiwan version is probably the same thing for my use and it does change little to the final
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