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Techniguitare British Legend

Distortion from Techniguitare .

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Techniguitare British LegendPublished on 09/29/12 at 17:19
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is the pseudo shop manufactured in series in indescribable factory fortiori.
really cheap finish. its dull and shine, even playing knew eq amps and guitars. has its charm on some settings on the other hand, I recognized
Good quality for money (74) open exchange (eg nobels od)

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is the pseudo shop manufactured in series in indescribable factory fortiori.
really cheap finish. its dull and shine, even playing knew eq amps and guitars. has its charm on some settings on the other hand, I recognized
Good quality for money (74) open exchange (eg nobels od)

SOUND QUALITY

is the pseudo shop manufactured in series in indescribable factory fortiori.
really cheap finish. its......
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is the pseudo shop manufactured in series in indescribable factory fortiori.
really cheap finish. its dull and shine, even playing knew eq amps and guitars. has its charm on some settings on the other hand, I recognized
Good quality for money (74) open exchange (eg nobels od)

USE

is the pseudo shop manufactured in series in indescribable factory fortiori.
really cheap finish. its dull and shine, even playing knew eq amps and guitars. has its charm on some settings on the other hand, I recognized
Good quality for money (74) open exchange (eg nobels od)

SOUND QUALITY

is the pseudo shop manufactured in series in indescribable factory fortiori.
really cheap finish. its dull and shine, even playing knew eq amps and guitars. has its charm on some settings on the other hand, I recognized
Good quality for money (74) open exchange (eg nobels od)

NOTICE GLOBAL

is the pseudo shop manufactured in series in indescribable factory fortiori.
really cheap finish. its dull and shine, even playing knew eq amps and guitars. has its charm on some settings on the other hand, I recognized
Good quality for money (74) open exchange (eg nobels od)
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" not find better!"

Techniguitare British LegendPublished on 10/26/13 at 06:48
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UTILIZATION

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SOUND QUALITY

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OVERALL OPINION

A is!

So, first DIY pedal I climb there one year and a half.
I play with a Fender Strat and the paul gibson on a deluxe reverb reissue slightly modified.

I have always sought the overdrive pedal with superb sound without being too vulgar (metal) too flat, too strong like TS etc ...
I have a marshall blues breaker MK1 90s sounding thunder but I needed a beefier stuff for larger overdrive. I tried a bunch of stuff shop, the MJM phantom od the wampler plexidrive, Lovepedal eternity ... and even ... TS8 and TS9 marshall guv'nor 1 and 2
Result: nothing beats this pedal that I built myself and cost......
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UTILIZATION

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SOUND QUALITY

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OVERALL OPINION

A is!

So, first DIY pedal I climb there one year and a half.
I play with a Fender Strat and the paul gibson on a deluxe reverb reissue slightly modified.

I have always sought the overdrive pedal with superb sound without being too vulgar (metal) too flat, too strong like TS etc ...
I have a marshall blues breaker MK1 90s sounding thunder but I needed a beefier stuff for larger overdrive. I tried a bunch of stuff shop, the MJM phantom od the wampler plexidrive, Lovepedal eternity ... and even ... TS8 and TS9 marshall guv'nor 1 and 2
Result: nothing beats this pedal that I built myself and cost me sixty euros.

then what is it a fender in trnasforme marshall? Not of course, but against that provides a distortion of quality, creamy transistor that does not ring like any other previously cited.
are fat, the medium, and not too shrill treble as is often the case.
I think the difference comes from the JFET transistors used in this kit have the rule to the end with a trimer.
nothing complicated, but suddenly, it sounds "True", it does not distort with too steep characteristic curve and metal clipping standard transistors ...
there is gain (much the same) and volume. I personally never exceeds twelve o'clock on the gain and volume ...

So, in short, you have a soldering iron, you're not too bad, it's worth snapping a sixty euro including shipping for a pedal that friends will envy.
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" The embers"

Techniguitare British LegendPublished on 08/13/13 at 15:14
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Marshall-type distortion

UTILIZATION

Simple 4 pots and whatever settings it sounds very fat.

SOUND QUALITY

Énormissime effective it a monstrous grain n (ya just listen the demo on the website to get an idea.

OVERALL OPINION

The LEGEND BRITISH kit enables a high-end pedal amp simulation typed Marshall, with great qualities in terms of richness of sound. It reacts to the volume of the guitar in the same way as a tube amp you can hear the sample demonstration.
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  • Manufacturer: Techniguitare
  • Model: British Legend
  • Category: Distortions
  • Added in our database on: 09/18/2012

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