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«  A snack! »

Publié le 09/06/10 à 04:45
Preamp / Overdrive, harmonic generator
Rack input analog outputs
connections: jack only! it's a shame ...

UTILIZATION

The config is clear to understand, who can not do it does not have much chance to succeed in life, let alone as a technician!
Manuel, you're where? nan thank you, it's good enough ca ...
In short, we can use more intuitive, the principle is to change the sound, to inflict a bit of heat lamps, produce a slight (or not) distal to highlight forgotten or unknown harmonies ... one starts to discover this machine as loud as possible, do not hesitate to back him in the blubber, she likes it ...


SOUND QUALITY

Sound quality is very good in my humble opinion, although I find the processed signal a bit "light" in the bottom, my friends Fanziniens confirm they?
Use a bit of everything that passes, mixes, instruments, voices, groups, there is no limit ....


OVERALL OPINION

2 ½ years
What I love is all we can to get in, at least try everything, it gives a hidden ca amended to give it its character, little machine do it eventually, outside the vintage. ..
What I find it unfortunate ... the connection ...

The quality / price? pretty good, given what this machine back ...

With experience, I would do this purchase ....
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