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TC Electronic Shaker Vibrato

Tremolo/Vibrato for Guitar from TC Electronic belonging to the TonePrint series.

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Shake Your Vibe, and Shake It Good

TC Electronic Shaker VibratoPublished on 07/07/12 at 16:54
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
# What are the effects, or types of effects available?
Pedal vibrato / uni-vibe.

# What technology is used? (Analog, digital, tube ...)
Analog and digital part toneprint

# Are they editable? Via an editor for Mac / PC?
Editable conventional manner, and via a USB cable for toneprint.

# What is the connection? (Audio / MIDI)
Instrument input, output device, standard 9V power, USB and a woman making

# Is it a rack or rack-mount model?
No.

Appraisal:
The lady is metal, with a pretty orange dress, 4 knobs, but the classic that inspires complete confidence.
You could have a stereo output but at that price, we will not complain ....

UTILIZATION

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# What are the effects, or types of effects available?
Pedal vibrato / uni-vibe.

# What technology is used? (Analog, digital, tube ...)
Analog and digital part toneprint

# Are they editable? Via an editor for Mac / PC?
Editable conventional manner, and via a USB cable for toneprint.

# What is the connection? (Audio / MIDI)
Instrument input, output device, standard 9V power, USB and a woman making

# Is it a rack or rack-mount model?
No.

Appraisal:
The lady is metal, with a pretty orange dress, 4 knobs, but the classic that inspires complete confidence.
You could have a stereo output but at that price, we will not complain ....

UTILIZATION

# The general configuration is simple?
Yes, we choose the operating mode, adjusting the speed, depth, other controls (Rise Time and Tone) at noon and go: it sounds.

# The sound editing and effects is easy?
Yes. Once you realize that the rise time is the delay time of the vibrato, it's going alone. But this is a pedal that adjusts easily to the ear, over the four settings are independent. The tone can be used to drastically adjust or slightly (depending on settings) the sound tone modulated.


# The manual is clear and sufficient? ...
Yes, it is concise and clear.

SOUND QUALITY

# Effects are they effective, appropriate and realistic enough?
With 4 settings, you can get very subtle vibes or psychedelic. But in any case, it sounds. The sound is observed upstream, no cuts or increases in volume, it is really clean. The tone control really lets scan a wide range of sounds.

# Which instruments do you use?
A LTD MH400NT LH, plugged into a UL SS20 (the façade is in Shaker), in an Orange cabinet.

# Which ones do you prefer, you hate?
Personally, I do not use that vibrato mode, depth 2h, rise time at 2 o'clock, tone at 12 o'clock, and the velocity versus passage (shoegazing powa) ...

OVERALL OPINION

# How long you use it?
Few months, which is a bit early to say but I wanted to compensate for the lack of notice.

# What is so special that you love the most, least?
I love the sound, the compactness and the intuitive handling.
The toneprint, which is THE feature of this series, I do not use it. I find it breaks his foot pedal to connect your PC, test the tons of available sounds, but the idea is not bad. Too bad the software used to make them is not available to users, ca enable this function to be a real opportunity to "customize" the pedal.

# Did you tried many other models before buying it?
Not really. The vibrato of multi-purpose, function flutter (thus a kind of vibe) the Boss PS-5, the vibrato of the MV-1 of the same brand.

# How would you rate the quality / price?
Quite honest. For the price, it was a little my stuff that sounds really good.

# With experience, you do again this choice?
Absolutely.
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  • Manufacturer: TC Electronic
  • Model: Shaker Vibrato
  • Series: TonePrint
  • Category: Tremolos/Vibratos for Guitar
  • Added in our database on: 01/07/2011

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