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«  In overdrive distortion with a Hiwatt Tone »

Published on 04/22/14 at 01:53
What a joy to play on the aggressiveness of our pedal. Bearfoot Fx had an excellent pedal, allowing access to a slight crunch to a pronounced distortion, but it does slime treble.
For the particularity of the Model H is the Hiwatt tone! Bottom and mediums! If you opt for the "4 knobs", then you can put more acute. I played several guitars and several amps with it, the same respondent is bluffing!
This is the fine production, solid, it sends brief happiness!

UTILIZATION

Even without a manual, it's not complicated to use (it's still a distortion). The buttons have their functions and meet what they demand!
Small flat for said "Treble" of the 4 Knobs for me button, it is useless!

SOUND QUALITY

Nothing more to say, quality, yet quality! This is serious pedal, the sound responds well to game action, the various settings, and you can spend subtle to fit in!

OVERALL OPINION

Good price, ok it's not cheap but it's pedal shop! I tested several pedals before between brand JAM Pedals, Blackarts, Earthquaker, Wheebo, Whampler and there is no photo: slice it really! She shares with us its variety of sound!

I recommend it for all styles!

For lovers of the treble against, go on another model!
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