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G-Lab DR-2 Dual Reverb
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  • fabsqueakfabsqueak

    G-Lab DR-2 Dual ReverbPublished on 03/08/10 at 07:06
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    -Types of effect,
    Reverb
    -Technology used
    I read part qlqs
    The best of both worlds, analog to digital.
    I first thought of a selling point, but I am conquered.

    UTILIZATION

    -Setting and publishing,
    Ultra simple, no need for manual



    SOUND QUALITY

    Two types of reverb,
    A warm reverb
    Reverb 2 more present, with little more zini just right

    Used with Gibson and strata on a head super bass speaker 1973 +
    In pedal
    MXR-M115, Vox Duel Overdrive, and DR2
    to follow a super comp, like that you know everything.


    OVERALL OPINION

    Before that for over 15 years I had all sort of FX and other rack.
    I separated the G-System. She happy to spend more time playing that …
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    -Types of effect,
    Reverb
    -Technology used
    I read part qlqs
    The best of both worlds, analog to digital.
    I first thought of a selling point, but I am conquered.

    UTILIZATION

    -Setting and publishing,
    Ultra simple, no need for manual



    SOUND QUALITY

    Two types of reverb,
    A warm reverb
    Reverb 2 more present, with little more zini just right

    Used with Gibson and strata on a head super bass speaker 1973 +
    In pedal
    MXR-M115, Vox Duel Overdrive, and DR2
    to follow a super comp, like that you know everything.


    OVERALL OPINION

    Before that for over 15 years I had all sort of FX and other rack.
    I separated the G-System. She happy to spend more time playing that resolved.
    Before it was,
    And if I turn my AC like that?
    If I shoot like?
    It's better like? or like that?
    Hey!? should I remove some of this.
    Marre Marre Marre!
    What good is spending hours to set its reverb multi-configurable at home, then having to redo everything once by repeating or concerts.
    In short you have understood, deep simplicity.
    The two types of reverb the DR2 are really complementary. It sounded, very well calibrated.
    Have a short rule on Channel A, a long on Channel B
    Footswitchable.
    If wishes were switched from 1 to Type 2, it should be lowered but not serious need not adjusted the settings, and hear and feel the difference.

    The first thing I look if I bought a pedal is transparency, that his respect my game, my attack, "dynamic"
    I happened to ZAPE pedal even before you turn.
    So what I like most is its transparency ... Finally!
    Value for money, even with only one type of reverb I would say very good.
    In addition the effect is not cut short when we bypass the pedal. Transition and even more enjoyable.
    Yes I would do this choice, it is not ready to leave me, and I even bought her eyes closed smooth delay of G-Lab.
    I hesitate with the carbon copy. But a tap tempo on delay, it is essential for my by.
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