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Boss HM-2 Heavy Metal (Japan)
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Boss HM-2 Heavy Metal (Japan)
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Published on 03/31/09 at 06:58
Unbreakable

UTILIZATION

Super easy

SOUND QUALITY

The sound of this distortion pedals used on its own is fairly neutral on the whole, not super aggressive, even treble the bottom. The serious, for against, send svrement. A substance has a distortion sounds like a vintage kind between ds1 and pushes enough overdrive. Personally, I use it as a booster plutt canal of a saturated amplifier lamps. L is your exact trs cool, we add just the extra gain, the sound becomes richer harmonics and sustain are especially emphasized (rglage level 10, gain 0 or 1, treble bass and 12h) and that, although respecting the sound of the amp. Trs diffrent a mt2 (quite aggressively) that imposes his personality that is a plutt complment add an amp or a little feeble to go solo.

OVERALL OPINION

Well, this is no longer manufactures pedals for a long time, this is a Japanese version, the serial number of APRS information on this site has boibote t fvrier factory in 1984.
I got in exchange of another faith and my pedals, pedals for-ago quarter century, not bad at all.
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