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33pierre 33pierre
Publié le 06/22/07 à 21:48
Wah wah very good with a true bypass, for he lost against some acute on the original sound (it's still relatively reasonable, if not use a true bypass external (boss ls2 ...) to cut the pedal fully when not in use ...) otherwise it's a very good wah, there is no drop in volume when it is used, the sound is closer to that crybaby vox (I a gcb95 too garish for my taste, I find the tri wah much better), it has a good range wah sound + three interesting to exploit a crybaby in the mind, an earlier vox, and a lower. With distortion it tears, there's like a little fuzz side ...

UTILIZATION

Simplicity itself

SOUND QUALITY

Good sound (see feature)
it allows me to make new sounds, evolving very much as the classic wah, the sound is effective and conducive to creative inspiration, you can win 10 db on the original sound is top top for the price.

OVERALL OPINION

10 for the price, the strength, the small housing for the 9v battery + power supply + possibility of three different wah ...
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