Seymour Duncan Dirty Deed
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Seymour Duncan Dirty Deed

Dirty Deed, Distortion from Seymour Duncan.

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tym290907/31/2014

tym2909's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" hot and powerful"

Seymour Duncan Dirty Deed
from the overdrive pedal, but already punchy overdrive, good distortion rock-hard rock of the 80s.
Completely true bypass, it adapts perfectly to the sound of my Vox AC15.

UTILIZATION

As is often the analog pedals, no need to book.
A level to calibrate the sound level and a drive to assay the effect.
The sound is adjustable with knobs mini "treble" and "bass" that really are not there to look pretty ... very effective.
Moreover, there has possibility to feed by a 9v battery or adapter 9 or 18V.

SOUND QUALITY

This really is the sound distortion I was looking, warm and accurate.
I supplies 18V and I admit it feels really compression.
I try to 9v to compare.
I use a Gibson Lespaul trad pro with a 57 classic and a Burstbucker III on a tube amp Vox AC15.
Bass sounds are clear, precise and agreements are not drafts ... each note is respected and it allows long sustain ...
In my opinion, when the pedal is engaged, need compressor.

OVERALL OPINION

I recue yesterday tested soon to replace my double shot is a good distortion pedal.
The sound is different, more friendly, more oriented blues rock of 70-80 years.
Most of this pedal, beyond its aesthetic aspect is very nice, it is ease of use, the possibility of power supply by battery or adapter different voltages, the warm and powerful it releases.
I gained a little over 100 euros including shipping.
I do not regret my choice. I bought it without trying, just after reading articles and qq after watching videos. I'm really not disappointed.
I have not tried tons of distortion. There are probably better but I have adopted is that I had better far.