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Electro-Harmonix Small Stone Mk3
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Electro-Harmonix Small Stone Mk3

Phaser for Guitar from Electro-Harmonix belonging to the Small Stone series.

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FredRx.Daniel FredRx.Daniel
Publié le 03/17/09 à 12:09
Value For Money : Excellent
Analog Phaser
Same as previous versions: 1 IN, 1 OUT jack 6.35, alimenatation on 9V battery or adapter (mini jack)

UTILIZATION

No need to find el manu ... use it. You plug the device in the IN OUT spells you, you turn the knob for adjusting and was gone!

SOUND QUALITY

The effect is very efficient and clean! I use it with digital and analog synths.
I have all the U.S. versions of this pedal, they all sound so different (more or less "fat" or "clear", "acute", "meduim", "serious"). I think the Mk3 is a model "transition" perfect.

OVERALL OPINION

It is a model that I use for several weeks now. I had trouble finding this model in good cosmetic condition ... To believe that this model has been overused by their owners!
Today, this version is more than occasionally. Compare prices on the basis of their statements ... Some are selling for high prices in a state tired.
Otherwise, it must then move to the latest version which has an excellent value for money and does not sound quite the same ... But that's another review ...
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