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Dunlop MC404 CAE Wah
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  • le reverendle reverend

    Dunlop MC404 CAE WahPublished on 10/19/09 at 16:44
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Wah with two response curves, mechanical rack (with the old, but it seems tight, not to sputter in a few years ... See you at the time!), An adjustable boost, switched along with the wah when activated.
    I have done but by a rack model, yes: should cough up for having
    9V (the classic) or battery. I feed through my personal pedalboard, no problemo.

    UTILIZATION

    No manual needed: it switches on the bottom of the stroke, raise the toes, this is it you want me listening to it whaou
    Attention to the pedalboard, will leave room to the left and right: the booster and the push to change the curve are on both sides.
    Note the "bypass" is not all wha who (see below)
    Note also the bo…
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    Wah with two response curves, mechanical rack (with the old, but it seems tight, not to sputter in a few years ... See you at the time!), An adjustable boost, switched along with the wah when activated.
    I have done but by a rack model, yes: should cough up for having
    9V (the classic) or battery. I feed through my personal pedalboard, no problemo.

    UTILIZATION

    No manual needed: it switches on the bottom of the stroke, raise the toes, this is it you want me listening to it whaou
    Attention to the pedalboard, will leave room to the left and right: the booster and the push to change the curve are on both sides.
    Note the "bypass" is not all wha who (see below)
    Note also the boost: if it is active and allowed the level to a minimum, we do not change the volume of the guitar. For cons, the buffered signal (I spread my new science). Clearly, there is the electric level: the signal is much less sensitive to background noise.

    SOUND QUALITY

    For me, the old-wah, aggressive but not too dark but not too musical. We can play the shaft in its quiet clear. With distortion, it does extremely well too. We keep a good momentum, the first of the qualities essential to any effect for me. Change the curve, we are left with a universe a bit more serious, darker, it is clearly audible, but it's still in the same spirit, just as musical.
    And FINALLY, real transparency (true bypass or not, it will be bumps). Tired of these pedals is that switchers or add gadgets to get real transparency when it does not use the wah. Here, for once, no difference in effect not directly engaged and guitar.
    And the boost is a little icing on the cake: practical, not mandatory, does not color the sound (well, really a tiny tad).

    OVERALL OPINION

    bought this weekend, I wanted not to take my head and return to direct wah sounds I heard and loved as: contract completed
    It's quite expensive (€ 230 in Paris department store), rather than the competing wah, but hey, we have a life and me is that I buy only the second (all others c It was not my boss and digital I bought long ago, she took the dust because ultimately, it does not really)
    Be seen whether the use of the pedal is as quiet over time.
    In any case, sound level, this is what I wanted.
    Wednesday, she joined the local interest and it will repeat to spin right, if I ask the drummer stepped on him.
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  • zephyrsongzephyrsong

    Dunlop MC404 CAE WahPublished on 08/22/10 at 09:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Wah standard form (cry baby, vox ..) with a boost control and two Fasel that changes the frequency curve of the wah.
    Powered by battery or adapter (9v).
    4 LEDs: one for activating the effect, both for the choice of Fasel (red or yellow) and for activation of the boost.

    The only minor drawback is that the settings of Q Fasel and the gain of the pedal are internal (via tri pot). Anyway once we settled into talking more.

    UTILIZATION

    No need to book. It engages the effect through pressure on the pedal (like the vast majority of wah), we chose Fasel and presto, here we go. The choice of Fasel is by the switch of law and that of the boost by the left. The boost is adjustable via th…
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    Wah standard form (cry baby, vox ..) with a boost control and two Fasel that changes the frequency curve of the wah.
    Powered by battery or adapter (9v).
    4 LEDs: one for activating the effect, both for the choice of Fasel (red or yellow) and for activation of the boost.

    The only minor drawback is that the settings of Q Fasel and the gain of the pedal are internal (via tri pot). Anyway once we settled into talking more.

    UTILIZATION

    No need to book. It engages the effect through pressure on the pedal (like the vast majority of wah), we chose Fasel and presto, here we go. The choice of Fasel is by the switch of law and that of the boost by the left. The boost is adjustable via the volume pot on the right.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Fasel both provide very good versatility.
    The yellow Fasel is typed cry baby, but with adjusting the Q 1 / 3, we get a nice wah, very musical, not at all showy in the highs and no draft in the bass.

    Fasel the red when it is darker in offering a deeper wah. With a relatively short delay, we get almost the same sound as the solo John Frusciante Unreachable.

    The boost is a real plus on the solos.

    It also behaves well in clean when saturated. A delight.

    Note that there is no increase in volume when switching effect (boost off), which is a very good point.


    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a week. It replaces my ibanez WH10 v2 (switch death). I blamed the latter has difficulty activating effect and the increase in volume when switching. The EAC meets my needs perfectly. It is not about to leave my pedalboard.
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  • jielbijielbi

    Dunlop MC404 CAE WahPublished on 01/07/11 at 11:52
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    2fasels analog wah (1 serious rhythm, a treble for solos) all adjustable opening the box with a tiny screwdriver, an adjustable boost

    I note 8 / 10 because access to the settings of Fasel is delicate and in fact we settle once and for all and is closed ... it is in fact "adapt" the presets to your hardware &% &%&%&% is a wah not need degrees ...... plus 3 diodes very pretty:

    green = wah we
    blue = boost it
    yellow or red = severe acute Fasel

    daltniens aside the blind or hopefully

    So 9 / 10


    UTILIZATION

    Excellent ....... THE WAH ...... I use a microphone with acoustic electric LR Baggs active ...... so I'm picky about the limitation quality effects so they do not impair th…
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    2fasels analog wah (1 serious rhythm, a treble for solos) all adjustable opening the box with a tiny screwdriver, an adjustable boost

    I note 8 / 10 because access to the settings of Fasel is delicate and in fact we settle once and for all and is closed ... it is in fact "adapt" the presets to your hardware &% &%&%&% is a wah not need degrees ...... plus 3 diodes very pretty:

    green = wah we
    blue = boost it
    yellow or red = severe acute Fasel

    daltniens aside the blind or hopefully

    So 9 / 10


    UTILIZATION

    Excellent ....... THE WAH ...... I use a microphone with acoustic electric LR Baggs active ...... so I'm picky about the limitation quality effects so they do not impair the dynamics and timbre of my beloved acoustic ....

    I tried lots of other cry baby with the 535 Multi, vox ..... do not have one Fulltone ankle is doing but more expensive



    SOUND QUALITY

    Excellent, wah has ideal buy for those who have a game of finesse and uncompressed (fuzz behind a thoroughly you can put anything ca happen)

    a great purchase that I do not regret it ....... now I have to find an overdrive ... it's been a year that I want and I have yet to find a satisfactory (to be defined acoustic) . if you have any ideas

    OVERALL OPINION

    THE wah I expected
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