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Published on 03/03/14 at 19:43
On features, nothing to say. The pedal is beautiful, all options and exudes quality. It's a gem that one hesitates to put a pedalboard for fear of damaging it. It amazes, put it in full view and say with small tear to the eye it is our quest for the ultimate sound may be finally over. You tell me, for 300 euros the pedal, have wants to believe ...
So Are there miracle and let us Ecstasier us?

UTILIZATION

With a Gibson SG, a few other pedals, all this in a Ibanez TSA15.

SOUND QUALITY

If you are looking to make the Swedish metal or trash with Brazilian, go your way. There are much better for that distortion.
That offers Ecstasy Red in terms of sound, this is a big typed vintage overdrive, very dynamic, designed for leads. If you like your guitar sound in "Returning" on the ropes, it is happiness. This pedal can wander through its small switch a grainy vintage overdrive to a typed Shred his 80s, like Van Halen or Steve Vai. The boost does not really add saturation but it will make you fat and low sound, as if you were a vintage UK a Californian Mark IV combo type amp.
The interest of this pedal is its behavior is really that of an amp channel. Sound "follows" the guitarist and it is you who conformed with your games.
You can also boost with TS9 or any other boost for example.

OVERALL OPINION

This is a wonderful pedal "purists", but it will disappoint those looking for a typical distortion corrected. I also think it is really intended for Leads and much less for the rhythm, and it is certainly the work of the Blue ecstasy. The issue of complementarity of these two pedals must be asked, but then it starts to get expensive.

Although at first I was a little disappointed with the lack of distortion, I am familiar with and I admit that now I can not do without ... But I'll have to really look for the Blue.
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