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  • OriginalTyranoidOriginalTyranoid

    Studio Electronics Wolftone ChaosPublished on 01/14/07 at 11:03
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Pedals Distortion / Fuzz Analog.
    3 knobs: Drive 1, a volume, a knob "Entropy" (I know I will get it zarb ...)
    2 switches: a "Dimension" and a "Hair".
    True Bypass.
    I have a Tone AIM, but nothing that to change the position of micro normment alter the sound, so we will be content.
    If anything wrong.

    UTILIZATION

    Bin frankly it's not more complicated than a standard distortion,
    just that there are so many possibilities that it is more convenient to have the manual for the presets ...

    SOUND QUALITY

    Ah, there comes the sound!
    so simple to do ABSOLUTELY NOTHING like what I heard!
    nothing has!
    In comments carefully, with entropy zero, the drive zero, and disa…
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    Pedals Distortion / Fuzz Analog.
    3 knobs: Drive 1, a volume, a knob "Entropy" (I know I will get it zarb ...)
    2 switches: a "Dimension" and a "Hair".
    True Bypass.
    I have a Tone AIM, but nothing that to change the position of micro normment alter the sound, so we will be content.
    If anything wrong.

    UTILIZATION

    Bin frankly it's not more complicated than a standard distortion,
    just that there are so many possibilities that it is more convenient to have the manual for the presets ...

    SOUND QUALITY

    Ah, there comes the sound!
    so simple to do ABSOLUTELY NOTHING like what I heard!
    nothing has!
    In comments carefully, with entropy zero, the drive zero, and disables the switches, were stained dj sound good, you get a fuzzy overdrive plutt , assertive until halfway, then to three-quarters mchant it starts getting really, and when you reach the end, the volume rises in Arrows, the gain becomes so ridiculous there a, and started whistling! much like the Zvex fuzz (everyone connate, or should connatre), each time was almost afraid ...
    Well, the volume I will not dwell on it, I think ...
    While the Entropy is something!
    to get an IDE, take a ring-mod, a Octaver, a filter sweep and a phaser and you'll have a few prs an ide of what it is ...
    it's really weird, especially since the pedals Ragit Fawn weird in certain configs ...
    The switch "Dimension" chooses based on the Entropy of a ct we have a Octaver / ring mod, and the other a weird thing that comes out sounds that do not have much do with the guitar, it's really hellish ...
    The switch "Hair", as it seems to color the distortion Fawn more aggressive, but it also accentuates the Entropy, in short, a nice mess in one Casing ...
    Ah! I almost forgot. It MRIT a 10.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I Reue for Nol is my Premire effect pedals, followed by a prs EHX Big Muff and a Behringer Ultra Metal ... (also called " Bote rose "or" Soufflanator ")
    I would say that there is nothing the throw-in, it's all good ...
    Never heard such a thing. It dcoiffe.
    If there is a problem, no risk: given the reviews of Studio Electronics Service from home, we know what to expect: professional rigor.
    I would do with the exprience Obviously this choice.
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