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Radial Engineering Bones Texas Distortion
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nicoslash nicoslash
Publié le 08/30/09 à 04:50
Value For Money : Correct
Overdrive Pedal 2 canaux.Analogique
Only powered by 9 volt transformer

UTILIZATION

2 volumes to select another overdrive with a higher level and a different gain.
Each channel has a 3 position switch to a vintage overdrive to modern

SOUND QUALITY

Nothing to say it's a full uncompressed dynamics. As clear as the lead channel of my combo ENGL sceammer 50!
The gain can move from a mild overdrive to a strong leader always well defined.
sustain and warmth with return
It replaces my Mxr ZW who made the foul.
Otherwise stuck behind an amp simulation to digital it goes very well for a home studio use.
Used with a Les Paul or SG sound is monstrous!

OVERALL OPINION

Purchased a week ago after comparing several overdrive (Xotic, Ibanez, MXR, Maxon etc ...)
Most is the 2 channels and a choice of 3 types of overdrive. The sound of a tube amp
The look also
Value for money proper solid material
I'm not disappointed by my choice!
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