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  • purple.telecasterpurple.telecaster

    Tone Factor Analogue Filter 442Published on 09/25/06 at 22:22
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Analog filter "inspired" (copied?) But improved the famous and not found DOD ef440

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use, with a different sound at each position potentiometers
    without manual, but with a beautiful fabric cover.

    SOUND QUALITY

    I tried a year ago the famous Ibanez / Maxon af 201/afl and, despite his two knobs and three inters I struggled to find her, the recent trial of a DOD FX 25 with only "2 or 3 'positions of the knobs used does not convinced me.
    well now I find with this pedal sounds daily at each change of positions of the pots

    OVERALL OPINION

    2 months of happiness, a US-made, a true bypass, a light, solid zinc alloy housing (china) style mxr …
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    Analog filter "inspired" (copied?) But improved the famous and not found DOD ef440

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use, with a different sound at each position potentiometers
    without manual, but with a beautiful fabric cover.

    SOUND QUALITY

    I tried a year ago the famous Ibanez / Maxon af 201/afl and, despite his two knobs and three inters I struggled to find her, the recent trial of a DOD FX 25 with only "2 or 3 'positions of the knobs used does not convinced me.
    well now I find with this pedal sounds daily at each change of positions of the pots

    OVERALL OPINION

    2 months of happiness, a US-made, a true bypass, a light, solid zinc alloy housing (china) style mxr / dod, making the standard power supply boss, my consolation 4.75, knobs alpha (= 6.35 for axis fans changers buttons)
    I'm happy (despite the 90 euros okaz including shipping) for all these years to seek the dod 440 but I upgraded then ......
    I waited two months to try for a bass player friend and the result is as convincing tone mister factor = Bravo

    = ps this pedal is to open up to other sounds with my distortion / overdrive, not to play the funk
    (I hate it also sorry!)
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