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Boss HM-2 Heavy Metal (Japan)
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Boss HM-2 Heavy Metal (Japan)
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Anonymous
Published on 05/29/08 at 05:39
Bah ...

4 pots, drive, treble, and bass level.
in, out, and then a concrete box boss.

nothing to say in particular ...

UTILIZATION

Yeah yeah big it is easy to adjust. important to thoroughly fuck everything else is ugly xD

but by applying well ...

SOUND QUALITY

Well yeah it sounds!

must love the sound late 80's Swedish death ...

it's dirty, it's fat, Drool ca is harsh ...

its a big thrash / death bloody ^ ^ oh yeah, if you set solo ca creamy cool as well it all ...

note that if used in a more subtle one leaves a good big sound a bit stoner quite easily. well as I am on an idea to do a bit of heavy rock and this pedal will be part of my sound ...

OVERALL OPINION

Oula! over a year I think.

it dates to Herod, it is dirty and love.

a good pedal. of course it is a fact and not a sound basic but there's something to add a sound for cheap.

rho bad good. the last word? damn it in a big marshall is the best and she spits his guts: D Oh and also, on a low you already tested? is super dirty like it's really nice.
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