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Boss HM-2 Heavy Metal (Japan)
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jeangusyoung jeangusyoung
Publié le 12/15/09 à 12:33
BOSS made like his sisters and cousins.
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What is the connection? (Audio / MIDI)
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An IN and an OUT DC9V all there is more common on most pedals .... She has 20 years yet but it's still in pretty good condition. Boss it's solid.

UTILIZATION

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The general configuration is simple?
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Bah yeah, you turn the knobs and the sound changes. We know what did it
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Editing sounds and effects is easy?
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Yes totally .. as stated above
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The manual is clear and sufficient? ...
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Me is an opportunity not to book, but no need

SOUND QUALITY

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The effects are they effective, responsive and realistic enough
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Oh yes! She tears! The "panhandling prince" of UKJ sounds good. We believe it
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Which instruments do you use?
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Tonight with my Epiphone LP but my Yamaha RGX will soon have the right to send wood
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Which ones do you prefer, you hate?
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+ With the bass and treble 14 H at 12 o'clock it feels to play with a mountain of Marshall stacks - Too much treble is not that great, I find it too furnace. It's been almost a second level of knob so it hard.

OVERALL OPINION

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For how long have you been using it?
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Tonight (: Écue mail today)
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What thing do you like most/least about it?
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+: From the time that I saw in a catalog when I was the boss chest, she finally confirmed that I had a promise made
-: The knob H which could instead be considered a level
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Did you try many other models before getting this one?
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Yes my SD1, my DS1 and distortions of my KorgG3. Not to mention the metal distortion Ibanez (soundtanck series) of a friend. And also a TS9 one day in a mag Zique
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What is your opinion about the value for the price?
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An auction won with a 42 € confirmed to the penultimate second. Not bad you say ....
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Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ...
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Probably yes
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