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Carl Martin Crush Zone Vintage Serie
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Carl Martin Crush Zone Vintage Serie

Distortion from Carl Martin .

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Carl Martin Crush Zone Vintage SeriePublished on 12/19/09 at 07:56
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
EFFECT OF SATURATION, OVERDRIVE.
level / tone / drive
We can not be simpler. The slight crunch to the most terrible distortion.
Do not degrade the input signal of the guitar and totally transparent thanks to true bypass.
QUALITY CARL MARTIN.
10/10

UTILIZATION

As I said above ... Simple operation. It quickly gets the sound you desire.
The knobs are soft and allow very fine adjustment.

SOUND QUALITY

MAGNIFICENT. The light saturation Devester pitcher. The pickups of your guitar will be important!

TO YOU TO SEE:



OVERALL OPINION

Nothing to say.
Buy 80 € occasions.
Value for money rather over the top. ...
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EFFECT OF SATURATION, OVERDRIVE.
level / tone / drive
We can not be simpler. The slight crunch to the most terrible distortion.
Do not degrade the input signal of the guitar and totally transparent thanks to true bypass.
QUALITY CARL MARTIN.
10/10

UTILIZATION

As I said above ... Simple operation. It quickly gets the sound you desire.
The knobs are soft and allow very fine adjustment.

SOUND QUALITY

MAGNIFICENT. The light saturation Devester pitcher. The pickups of your guitar will be important!

TO YOU TO SEE:



OVERALL OPINION

Nothing to say.
Buy 80 € occasions.
Value for money rather over the top.
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" Pest"

Carl Martin Crush Zone Vintage SeriePublished on 04/19/11 at 02:46
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
High gain distortion
super quality: Carl Martin!!
vintage look well its been fun

UTILIZATION

as stated previously it is super simple three knob
it's plug and play

SOUND QUALITY

With a Start it's cool its sounds a bit like pearl jam

With the Les Paul is the explosion!

She remains well defined even with all the volume pot has its merits and it's cool

OVERALL OPINION

I've had only one me
I board a big muff a cry baby and a small chorus
and I wanted something less dirty than the big muff
this pedal is really great
Even my teacher is jealous ^ ^
value for money is very very good
For 83 € why deprive ...
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High gain distortion
super quality: Carl Martin!!
vintage look well its been fun

UTILIZATION

as stated previously it is super simple three knob
it's plug and play

SOUND QUALITY

With a Start it's cool its sounds a bit like pearl jam

With the Les Paul is the explosion!

She remains well defined even with all the volume pot has its merits and it's cool

OVERALL OPINION

I've had only one me
I board a big muff a cry baby and a small chorus
and I wanted something less dirty than the big muff
this pedal is really great
Even my teacher is jealous ^ ^
value for money is very very good
For 83 € why deprive
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Carl Martin
  • Model: Crush Zone Vintage Serie
  • Category: Distortions
  • Added in our database on: 01/19/2006

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Other names: crush zone vintage serie, crushzonevintageserie, crush z 1 vintage serie, crushz 1 vintageserie

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