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Anonymous
Published on 01/14/06 at 10:51
It's a fuzz pedals of two modes and Bright Fat (fat = booster) and with the octave suprieure dubbing.

UTILIZATION

Super simple;
- 3 potentiomtres: Volume (attention: she pushes away !!!), super Tone, Fuzz
- 1 slcteur: Fat (treble boost), Bright (Bass Boost)
- 2 switches: on / off and Octave Up / Off with LED red and yellow LED.
- 2 between In and Out
- Possibility to set 9V battery or battery
- No Manual, as unnecessary
- Casing super stiff
- 2 year warranty by the store
- 5 year warranty by Fulltone

SOUND QUALITY

Excellent quality (among other uses by Steve Vai and Joe Satriani) in clear sound in his fuzzy, the octave double the volume of the pedals, it takes a dj max ...

The two switches are invisible, the pedals do not sound at all (just a little bit if everything is back ...)

OVERALL OPINION

The PDAL is a good compromise between Axis Fuzz, and a Octafuzz octavia. For a mere $ 240 instead of buying all these dernires ... More and clean sound with a Start, you will be confused with some legends ...
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