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Rocktek MWR-01 Metal Worker
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  • Munk666Munk666

    Rocktek MWR-01 Metal WorkerPublished on 01/24/06 at 13:04
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - What are the effects or types of effects available?
    Distortion

    - What technology is used? (Analog, numrique, lamp ...)
    Effect transistor
    I would add that there is a door to power the pedals with a battery if you plug a 9V.
    By BMOL against small, everything is plastic. However I have mine for 5 years and is like new. It poses a problem that from the time you want to use it to concerts.

    UTILIZATION

    The effects rglage is super simple. By grinding the 4 knobs are obtained rather quickly the effect DSIR.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Then his Fields of application range from grunge to metal. The pedals can be quite violent distortion. However, the grain is cold and trs lacks a…
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    - What are the effects or types of effects available?
    Distortion

    - What technology is used? (Analog, numrique, lamp ...)
    Effect transistor
    I would add that there is a door to power the pedals with a battery if you plug a 9V.
    By BMOL against small, everything is plastic. However I have mine for 5 years and is like new. It poses a problem that from the time you want to use it to concerts.

    UTILIZATION

    The effects rglage is super simple. By grinding the 4 knobs are obtained rather quickly the effect DSIR.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Then his Fields of application range from grunge to metal. The pedals can be quite violent distortion. However, the grain is cold and trs lacks a bit of personality. The sound is fairly typical for a transistor while warm distortion go your way, except for its black mtal I think you should see your account.

    OVERALL OPINION

    So therefore in conclusion, I would say it's a good distortion for dbutter trs guitar. In fact you have a good disto mtal rgler easy and not too expensive. It is easy to under 30. Trs good report quality price therefore, less expensive and much easier than rgler MT-2 but less vesatile this dernire.
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