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madsolist madsolist
Publié le 09/30/08 à 04:44
I use this preamp for about two years on a standard U.S. Start 1989 with a double double fender gold lace sensor in acute position.

Its installation has not requested any trapping, but the battery replacement is difficult, since we remove the plate ... For a stack against me over 6 months, and still I change what happens, to be sure ...

My guitar does not make more noise than before, but I lowered the pickups almost flush with the plate so the preamp gives fishing, even at 0 ... (Stronger than conventional humbuckers ...)

The possibilities are very good: a single coil, less than a quarter turn is enough to transform the sound of the simple type humbucker, fatter and thicker. From the half, it has already passed over the other in volume, and it is in the crunch. At bottom, we are on an overdrive ... In addition it is totally saturate the amplifier, so the grain is very nice ...

It has the defects of his qualities, we must get used to tame!
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