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Jim92 Jim92
Publié le 04/17/08 à 08:43
Saturation analog pedals.
Manufacturing: beginners anne 80
Plastic housing
3potentiomtres: Vol, Tone and Distortion

UTILIZATION

Use could not be more simple, you press and it works right now do not need the manual!

Use to add a drive channel of my amp

Use with 9v battery or transformer type Boss. The opening for the battery is the same type of opening than Boss!

SOUND QUALITY

For beginners this chapter "A Quality Sound", I would like pedals that I compare this with a Boss SD-2!

OFF mode (guitar amp branch via the pedals tint), no loss of the original sound of the guitar (can be a very small loss of acute), the bypass (even if they don ' is not true bypass), is transparent unlike

PDAL Car: while l. ... Wouaooooo, the pedals is monstrous! really
I made a friend try studio guitarist, and now he wants 1.The problem is that it is no longer and must be patient to find one of opportunity!

Try a Lespaul. The saturation of the pedals is: warm, rich. With a full roundness.
For me, it has a typical saturation more vintage than the SD-2 has a more modern sound a bit cold and my taste!

OVERALL OPINION

Well, this little pedals is GORGEOUS!

If you find one used, Do not hesitate!
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