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DigiTech Black 13  Scott Ian
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DigiTech Black 13 Scott Ian

Distortion from DigiTech belonging to the Artist series.

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gwen29 gwen29
Publié le 07/01/07 à 14:06
Digital distortion pedal scott ian signature. emulating the full range of guitar sounds of anthrax. the bulk of its trash 80, 90.

UTILIZATION

The config has a level knob, a control of acute, severe, and a control for the seven types, with different albums corespond anthrax

CHECKPOINTS 1, corespond the sound of the album Among the Living
2, the album Spreading the Disease,
3, in SOD (another group of scott)
4, the album Attack of the killer b's
5, the album sound white noise
6, the album We've Come for you all
and finally the 7 is special, a mixture delay distortion, corespond under final state of euphoria (not really necessary for my taste)

SOUND QUALITY

So there I VAIT have difficulty to write a good realistic view, as the pedal is neutral in the sense that it complies with a precision insolent, the stuff you connect to what, if you play on a shovel and a 100 euros transistor amp low end, I can not tell you the porridge Audible, worse than metal zone, so if I swear .... against by a tube amp and a good scratch is ecstasy, we find easily trash the late 80's, early 90, so its anthrax, metallica, slayer and company .... Small flat, no gain adjustment. being a guitarist Scott Ian ryhtmique, the gain is adapted to it, so he can still a lack for soloists, it will be offset by a boost or other ....

so I summarized it is a very good distortion pedal for as long as you do not connect on anything. if you have good stuff and you're a fan of late 80's thrash, go for it ....

OVERALL OPINION

I have this pedal for one month, and I am satisfied asser, although in retrospect I think the take j'aurrait df 7 factory digitech home, more versatile.
+ thrash the big sound 80, 90
the - too much respect for the material to which you connect (for once it can be a handicap) absolutely not for guitarists with the low-end stuff.
a gain knob aurra been welcome all the same.
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