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Mambosun Mambosun

«  Indispensable in his pedalboard »

Publié le 09/05/10 à 15:44
Digital reverb with a range from realistic science fictionesque.



UTILIZATION

Good range of very different reverbs underfoot, very helpful to create climates in individual pieces or occasionally to give color to his guitar sound.
Quibble: selection of different reverbs to be doing with a little knob, the graphics are too difficult to read, especially if the stage, you can choose the wrong setting, but the cost of compactness.


SOUND QUALITY

This pedal does not alter the sound of the guitar, as long as you fine tune tonality.
On my tube amp, I find the reverb very convincing, except maybe the spring that decidedly can rival that of my old Twin Reverb.
The result will obviously be different depending on the amp used.

I most often use the room, flat, and hall to give a little more substance, Ambient, a color to my sound.

I love the modulate adding a small dose of chorus, but rather is restricted to climates a little "space" ..

Excellent complement to my DD7.

OVERALL OPINION

At that price it's a real deal.
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