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Marshall Shred Master
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Marshall Shred Master

Distortion from Marshall belonging to the Effects series.

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MSM-Workshop MSM-Workshop
Publié le 07/13/10 à 15:44
Analog distortion pedal, shredmaster not see mode.

USE

Simple operation of the switches.

1- bright for a brighter sound, east marshall.

2 Switch clipping of origin and asymmetric led. It offers possibilities tales on low gain, thanks to the clarity of the LED.

The contrles are significantly amliors.

SOUND QUALITY

The shred t rorint to sound more British.

The components have t upgrads for more fidelity and intelligibility notes. Notemment graces double oprationnel amplifier Jrc 4558D and Rc 4558P!

But also reduces the breath t. The bass is fleshy presents without dborder.

She wants dsormais more versatile and efficient in its rglages. It offers more pure and sharp sounds.


NOTICE GLOBAL

A pedal that is worth the detour. Enough research and vintage, it mritait background Rvision for dlivrer his true nature!
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