Seymour Duncan SFX-03 Twin Tube Classic
Seymour Duncan SFX-03 Twin Tube Classic

SFX-03 Twin Tube Classic, Other guitar saturation effect from Seymour Duncan in the SFX series.

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hubby 05/27/2007

Seymour Duncan SFX-03 Twin Tube Classic : hubby's user review


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2 channels of overdrive pedals, qualisation bass and treble, volume and one drive per channel, true bypass + + +


Use as a pedals, a good place for the volume indpendant channel to the proper sound balance.


If your foot is Van Halen, Satriani or nomtal, go your way you will deus.

If it's Cream, the current Clapton, Led Zep, and then the blues is gnral Top.

This surprises pedals at first. Less aggressive than my tube Factor, is a step up from all my pedals Bluesbreaker type transistors or jackhammer.

On the drive channel (clean and not as indicated in the notice Previous) gives a drive soft and warm.

The lead channel, up just over half the gain was a more aggressive overdrive, excelling for the blues, that sounds wonderful to bootleneck on my Fender Blues Deluxe. If you go up the gain, the sound is compressed and becomes a little less but it prcis top long sustain for solos. It sounds similar to the one Clapton when he mounts the boost the bottom of his guitar.

The bass are Submitted

A BMOL too, if you go up too much of the gain channel, the characters of the guitar pickups fades a little, but it is also true of the amp / pramps upscale including Soldanos So ....


I use it for six months, alternating with my tube Factor depending on my mood.
It sounds better on my Fender Blues Deluxe on my Marshall JTM 60.

So a good investment if you do not play rock or mtal hyper aggressive.

Any fawn try before you buy, and an amp similar to yours.

CHRE when even a little. I would do if this choice: yes