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  • goldorockgoldorock

    Good pedal at very high gain

    Weehbo JVM DrivePublished on 04/06/14 at 09:43
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Any analog course considering the price!

    UTILIZATION

    There are a lot of settings:

    level
    Bass, Mid, Treble
    mid fred: 3 options
    gain
    input
    2 channels
    and
    most is the "DYNAMIC: internal supply voltage: 9V (left), 18V (right)"


    but I would have liked two distinct channels in sound

    SOUND QUALITY

    it reproduces the sound of the Marshall JVM
    therefore, a very very big win even at zero

    The sound is good: pretty typical lamps, but not perfect
    there is no light in then, how? push the volume of the amp and pedal and it will illusion

    with Celestion Vintage 30, it will sound very heavy-metal-metal
    the pedal is made for that and nothing else
    too much…
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    Any analog course considering the price!

    UTILIZATION

    There are a lot of settings:

    level
    Bass, Mid, Treble
    mid fred: 3 options
    gain
    input
    2 channels
    and
    most is the "DYNAMIC: internal supply voltage: 9V (left), 18V (right)"


    but I would have liked two distinct channels in sound

    SOUND QUALITY

    it reproduces the sound of the Marshall JVM
    therefore, a very very big win even at zero

    The sound is good: pretty typical lamps, but not perfect
    there is no light in then, how? push the volume of the amp and pedal and it will illusion

    with Celestion Vintage 30, it will sound very heavy-metal-metal
    the pedal is made for that and nothing else
    too much gain for crunch and then at 0 jcm way a little

    but we quickly screaming sounds by moving the lever mids
    middle and treble +

    I put the middle far left = his dug, the best sound of the pedal

    I put 9/10 but when I see the Marshall jackhammer I think that we should not put money to have a beautiful typed his lamp
    and there is not the same sound
    it is less hot: it is clear, but you can play quickly
    notes out well for shredders and it is a pedal with dynamic sound

    OVERALL OPINION

    I tested wampler: pretty disappointed and it just made the same
    I flashais a jmp weehbo but I took this one because I play low volume also
    it works very well with a Marshall sl5 if you want more gain

    it will send less big sound a pedal lamp
    the sound will be less realistic
    + Dug, but it is still effective

    it was to see this famous brand and I'm pretty happy, but if I want blues and classic rock
    it will be with another pedal that will sound + realistic

    the second channel is actually just a little bit different because done pretty solid :) but
    it will be the same gain and roughly the same sound (very small difference)
    this is not a od pedal and saturated non
    I put great because it reproduces the sound of the JVM and that is what was asked

    see video bret kingman on youtube
    very good video sound of the pedal


    this pedal has no lamp so it will sound different from tubeman and other tube king
    the sound will be less beautiful (in certain frequencies), less powerful, less realistic but more hard, more hollow and still quite interesting as a pedal lamp does not give this type of sound.

    It is still quite attached to her she gives when playing with because it is a very accurate sound, but I find the price quite exaggerated.

    Finally, for fans of the high gain of the jvm is that one need to buy
    it is also the only pedal (for now) that simulates the sound of this amp

    To get an idea of ​​its JVM, see the video store Session in Germany on youtube
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