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Line 6 Dr. Distorto
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Line 6 Dr. Distorto

Distortion from Line 6 belonging to the ToneCore Pedals series.

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SlapKid SlapKid
Publié le 03/25/09 à 17:27
This is a distortion with adjustable noisegate plus extra generator boss gt5 kind of feedback (for messing around 2minutes).
Drive to the rate of distortion, level for the output volume and tone for tone but not the type of distortion you want (fuzz left balanced in the middle and tuck it in right, all possible intermediate).
Feedback is completely bypass, phew.
Zero background noise, but accepts full of alims not share pain of buzz, so its own power supply just for him (like broads and panties).

Note for the bypass, which avoids the codec, very good (no additional latency).

UTILIZATION

Ultra-simple, it is fun once. Lack of equalization does not interfere with it absolutely perfect on all my amps (it's going to bassman 4x12 harley benton hb80r plus small), very strong line6.
The noisegate is exquisite, is automatically set (you can choose two levels plus bypass) and works very well, eat without sound. Indispensable with all those credit-noise stamped F. ..

Feedback, um, fun but no more huh. The octave that is added to feedback is nice, but hey it's a special effect should not be forgotten.

SOUND QUALITY

Good distortion, hot and crisp, ultra-balanced, and mix it plays great. I find myself all the time with the gain 3hr minimum, and I control the volume guitar is effective without being shrewd. The result is there, no history, no headaches.
It's a pedal that goes well live, while in the headphones I prefer the subtlety of Crunchtone (which she spends less live ...).
Very good sound quality, it is far from the boss and digitech.
She pressed my tube factor as that ditch to say.
So if you love your warm white tubes the output level of these line6 (Distorto and Crunchtone) Dante is, without exaggeration. Suddenly the sound gets even better.

OVERALL OPINION

I have quite distos, two dozen, and with the original SansAmp and her sister Crunchtone the trio that is truly usable everywhere with everything. Regardless of the amp, the box, the guitar, it works great with no hair pulling.
All other damage control GP20 bad monkey etc are so dependent on a high-amp config-box as it is quite frustrating and tiring, especially none actually sounds better than the aforementioned trio.

In short, it is a very good product, the feedback is extra z'auraient could do without and so do we.
For three buttons plus a switch I do not see how we could do better in the genre disto ...
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