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  • FrancisLabrelFrancisLabrel

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    MG Music Mono VibePublished on 01/12/13 at 02:52
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    MG is an analog pedal Monovibe handmade in Brazil by MG Music to reproduce the effects of Vibe (chorus / vibrato) a "Leslie". It has two knobs: Cores and progress and a switch to select the vibrato or chorus.
    It delivers sound close to that of Hendrix's Band of Gypsies or SRV and Robin Trower. It comes with a blue velvet bag in a box covered with original BD handmade.

    UTILIZATION

    Nothing more simple you can choose your mod or chorus or vibrato and turning knobs Cores and Progress until it suits us :)

    SOUND QUALITY

    Very warm, very vintage. It exudes quality, the sound of the guitar is sublimated, we lose not dynamic.

    For the chorus mode: you get a very realistic ma…
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    MG is an analog pedal Monovibe handmade in Brazil by MG Music to reproduce the effects of Vibe (chorus / vibrato) a "Leslie". It has two knobs: Cores and progress and a switch to select the vibrato or chorus.
    It delivers sound close to that of Hendrix's Band of Gypsies or SRV and Robin Trower. It comes with a blue velvet bag in a box covered with original BD handmade.

    UTILIZATION

    Nothing more simple you can choose your mod or chorus or vibrato and turning knobs Cores and Progress until it suits us :)

    SOUND QUALITY

    Very warm, very vintage. It exudes quality, the sound of the guitar is sublimated, we lose not dynamic.

    For the chorus mode: you get a very realistic manufacturer said himself that ca approximates Hendrix Band of Gypsies, in any case it is a Univibe like high quality.

    For the vibrato mode: same sound is authentic even though I prefer the chorus I find how well used this mode.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have not tried other models before taking the tests but listening to audio, watching videos and reading tests reviews on forums I persuaded without difficulty, because it is a pedal that is rare on French soil, which has the mouth and that sounds really good, handmade and requires high-quality components, if I had I would compare the sound approaches the fulltone mini deja vibe but with a twist.
    I would do this choice without hesitate, MG produces very good pedal any category, it is a brand that deserves to be better distributed.

    I put 9 because perfection does not exist but it is not very far ;)
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