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  • balzamobalzamo

    nickel I always connected

    Truetone Jekyll & Hyde JH2Published on 03/10/14 at 18:18
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    overdrive and distortion with volume and equalizer for each effect and drive over a sharp button (sort of boost) for each effect.
    most of this pedal can combine and fuzz.

    UTILIZATION

    super simple, not read the manual.
    jumbo sounds fine, thank you to the settings knobs precise

    SOUND QUALITY

    I have not found better, I modified mt2 sound is certainly more modern but I remain on this great pedal 2 see 3 in 1 on carvin sending it serious distortion or overdrive.
    if you want the sound is saturated before the amp and everything stays clean because it plays on the volume and drive, after if you push it fully drool (I do not). but the fuzz both pedals at the same time if …
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    overdrive and distortion with volume and equalizer for each effect and drive over a sharp button (sort of boost) for each effect.
    most of this pedal can combine and fuzz.

    UTILIZATION

    super simple, not read the manual.
    jumbo sounds fine, thank you to the settings knobs precise

    SOUND QUALITY

    I have not found better, I modified mt2 sound is certainly more modern but I remain on this great pedal 2 see 3 in 1 on carvin sending it serious distortion or overdrive.
    if you want the sound is saturated before the amp and everything stays clean because it plays on the volume and drive, after if you push it fully drool (I do not). but the fuzz both pedals at the same time if you play on the drive knobs and volume on both sides we all have what we want.

    telecaster squier 51, cort x6 mod, black top and fender mod.

    OVERALL OPINION

    use it for 4 years

    at the price I paid I would do this choice and even nine.
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  • MGR/RebbejoshuaMGR/Rebbejoshua

    Visual Sound Jekyll & Hyde

    Truetone Jekyll & Hyde JH2Published on 02/23/04 at 15:00
    I bought the unit via the Internet from Humbucker Music for $116. I did my research and that was the best price anywhere!

    What I like about the unit, as you can imagine, is the sound. I was specifically looking for a tailored overdrive sound and the Jekyll & Hyde pedal allows for just that. It is actually two pedals in one, a distortion and an overdrive which can be blended for outstanding cut-through voicings. What really makes the sound from the unit stand out is that you can really hear the strings and feel the power of the tone, it breathes.

    What I don't like about the unit is what is expected from an overdrive pedal, noise. Ain't nothing you can do about it. The best solution is to …
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    I bought the unit via the Internet from Humbucker Music for $116. I did my research and that was the best price anywhere!

    What I like about the unit, as you can imagine, is the sound. I was specifically looking for a tailored overdrive sound and the Jekyll & Hyde pedal allows for just that. It is actually two pedals in one, a distortion and an overdrive which can be blended for outstanding cut-through voicings. What really makes the sound from the unit stand out is that you can really hear the strings and feel the power of the tone, it breathes.

    What I don't like about the unit is what is expected from an overdrive pedal, noise. Ain't nothing you can do about it. The best solution is to keep playing and avoid the backround noise. What can I say, it's suppose to be noisy.

    The quality of the unit is awesome! Solid steel constructions, easy access nobs, perfect for gigs.

    If you are looking for an authentic overdrive or distortion stomp box, look no further. This pedal could have been used at woodstock and fit right in. The price of the unit is great and it's not going to break. Buy it, plug it in and feel your heart rattle. This pedal rocks!

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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