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" Overdrive - Distortion - Fuzz"

HipKitty Products Java distortionPublished on 03/16/14 at 11:10
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Overdrive effect pedal - distortion at Fuzz
100% Handmade USA - 2 channels - true bypass
9 v supply (battery or power supply.)
super solid

UTILIZATION

Easy to use but the volume control is a bit tricky.
Channel 1: perfect for the rhythm of clean boost to overdrive. It colors your sound.
Channel 2: distortion very organic - it can grow up fuzz tones.

2 knobs: 1 for drive 1 to the volume
Possible use:
- Either you use it as a basis for your sound: low volume of your amp - you can push the volume pedal 50%
- Either you use conventional configuration in your pedal chain - volume pedal between 1 and 25%
This pedal has an impressive amount of released

SOUND QUALITY

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Overdrive effect pedal - distortion at Fuzz
100% Handmade USA - 2 channels - true bypass
9 v supply (battery or power supply.)
super solid

UTILIZATION

Easy to use but the volume control is a bit tricky.
Channel 1: perfect for the rhythm of clean boost to overdrive. It colors your sound.
Channel 2: distortion very organic - it can grow up fuzz tones.

2 knobs: 1 for drive 1 to the volume
Possible use:
- Either you use it as a basis for your sound: low volume of your amp - you can push the volume pedal 50%
- Either you use conventional configuration in your pedal chain - volume pedal between 1 and 25%
This pedal has an impressive amount of released

SOUND QUALITY

I came across this pedal by accident. I am a fan of his Marc Ford (ex guitarist of Black Crowes)
He used a similar model to it (the pedal cream) - I wanted a vintage sound and music and I was served.
My amp is a Marshall 2061X. I use this pedal as a basis for my sound. It colors the sound of the marshall.
This is a pedal that has personality and off the beaten track. Each note remains identifiable even pushing the drive. Lowering the volume on the guitar clean sound sound.
When you boot on channel 2 Close attention to the fuzz very well runny but edged wholesale level perfect for live out. This pedal works very well with other pedals chained. It reacts very well on a light or already saturated signal.

OVERALL OPINION

Very good pedal, roots and authentic. Only flaw is its output level is high and we must learn to "tame". The value for money is great. Caution they become increasingly rare.
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  • Manufacturer: HipKitty Products
  • Model: Java distortion
  • Category: Other guitar saturation effects
  • Added in our database on: 02/08/2010

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Other names: java distortion, javadistortion

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