« A very versatile pedal »Publié le 01/05/11 à 05:16
-Flute (sort of tremolo)
The whole is, according to the instructions, digital.
Jack Connectors: 2 inputs, 2 outputs. Some effects can be measured by an external pedal.
The configuration is fairly simple, useful information is given on the box (on the front and top), the manual - light - is as supplied on the other hand in French, it must download on the manufacturer's website VF.
Anyway, the editing of various effects is very simple: you choose the effect on the right button is the dose with those on the left, we parmamètre with those in the middle.
The effects are very nice and are realistic about the range of reasonable use. As I play electric mandolin, up to 2 octaves makes the sound a little weird, but down to 2 makes a sound similar to the bass very useful. The bends can be useful if you use it down (which is not feasible in real life), otherwise, I prefer doing it by hand. The function can be used Fluter tremolo, but I do not use.
In use, Pitch Shifter, Detune and Harmonizer effects are most interesting.
I use it for 1 month, originally use it mainly for Octave, but now I use the detune all my tunes on Klezmer, and on a good harmonizer Part of the slow melody. In addition, just pitch shifter on some tunes very regular (real type) gives a nice color.
The Bend and tremolo have not yet found a use.
The value for money is simply awesome. The only flaw is that it eats batteries at a tremendous speed.
If it all over again, I do it again this election with eyes closed (but I'll take a PSU more)