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Danelectro CM-2 Metal II
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Distortion from Danelectro belonging to the Cool Cat series.

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  • bounitosbounitos

    Well, well.

    Danelectro CM-2 Metal IIPublished on 12/21/11 at 09:38
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Distortion typed enough big sound. knob a volume, a distortion of a selector and three postions Shifts to have three "type" of distortion.
    Metal housing robust enough, and true bypass switch.

    UTILIZATION

    General configuration super simple! allows you to change settings quickly with the super selector. No need for manual sending the sauce right away!

    SOUND QUALITY

    Pedal nickel for big sound! Sufficiently strong bass, dug in medium you like them! I use it with a scraper mounted type and EMG active emg-hz lp in the pedal reproduces well the character and grain of each scratch. Send a fairly substantial amount of volume. Guns'n'Roses to the tools through this pedal keeps…
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    Distortion typed enough big sound. knob a volume, a distortion of a selector and three postions Shifts to have three "type" of distortion.
    Metal housing robust enough, and true bypass switch.

    UTILIZATION

    General configuration super simple! allows you to change settings quickly with the super selector. No need for manual sending the sauce right away!

    SOUND QUALITY

    Pedal nickel for big sound! Sufficiently strong bass, dug in medium you like them! I use it with a scraper mounted type and EMG active emg-hz lp in the pedal reproduces well the character and grain of each scratch. Send a fairly substantial amount of volume. Guns'n'Roses to the tools through this pedal keeps metallica palette are large enough (as long as we remain in the "metal").
    I put 8 because of an external power supply 50Hz means the sector rather loudly which can become very unpleasant high-volume and consumes a lot of batteries ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 4 years I had a lot of other model being tested in this game but no price.
    +-The Simple and quick,
    -Palette of sounds important.

    --Sensitivity of the power supply hum,
    -Intensive batteries.

    Raport price / quality indisputable. I would do probably this choice and I do not part with it for now! ;)
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