A-between, a mono output jack.
Case-mtalique very strong.
<p class="bbcode-cite"> Quote: <span>2 channels * Contain Almost Any overdrive or distortion sound You Could Ever Want.
* "Jekyll" channel sounds like the original TS808 and Even uses the JRC4558 op-amp.
* "Hyde" channel goes from blues to metal and everything in between.
* EQ knob on Hyde exchange from a flat EQ to a wild scooped mids sound, while the Sharp / Blunt switch allow you to get a very bright or more compressed sound.
* Combine the channels for hot blues, raging rock, or molten metal leads!</span>
Page of Jeckyll & Hyde Visual Sound site (http://www.visualsound.net/JHpage.html)
It happens to have the distortion / overdrive that is to be very easy. Lightweight ranging from blues overdrive to its powerful and aggressive, this is truly versatile trs.
Jeckyll section is similar to the sound that can give a TS-808 can produce a warm and typical saturation amps lamps. We can rgler the Drive, Tone and Volume. Section Hyde offers similar rglages EQ plus a potentiometer which acts directly on frquences mdiums for trs metal loadings, and a switch Sharp / Blunt who can opt for a saturation tr s compresses or a grain brighter and more open as a receiver pushed back. The crunch of lightweight hystrique fuzz, through the full range of hard and heavy grain, you can have it all with Hyde. Combier In both modes will require its rglages piour with tips to avoid feedback and background noise. We can thus set for a lightweight Jeckyll pitcher, with a very sharp saturation Jeckyll and engage both the solo and will boost Jeckyll Hyde for Nirvanesque Dluga sound.
One of the best overdrive pedals in my opinion, not trs expensive (200 for two in one effect).
The only gripe I can do is the lightweight breath that the two effects together gnre engaged ... but it's still just adequate.