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Vox Satchurator
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Anonymous
Published on 04/30/09 at 15:09
Value For Money : Excellent
Distortion pedal with a great design, just by design ca become legendary in the same way as the vox ac 30 a between and an outlet,

USE

Very simple configuration, it works branch

SOUND QUALITY

Then I had some distortions in the hands of which an old ds1, the Satchurator is at the top.
I thought the alien was especially well no sleep thing, there has I think his heart and his guts with vox ac and frankly the fact I plug the red pedal on a Vox AC30 cc1, an upstream wha pedal Dunlop zakk wilde loop an electronic tc delay and yamaha sg 3000 s 1981 and the sound of the alien's but not as hers is just play the blues, classic rock we feel that it is a weapon Pro button and more developed a titanic sustain that prolongs the note. again no loss in acute if we lower the volume knob on the single coil is great and I prefre the limit,

NOTICE GLOBAL

As of today, great price quality ratio (the best), I think the time vox machine is of the same ilk, what's nice is that AC has t think for a perfectionist and a man scene de
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