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Boss OD-2 TURBO OverDrive
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«  A good overdrive »

Published on 12/18/12 at 14:17
Overdrive pedal, ie the effect of the drive can be heard on the clean channel pushed donf a tube amp. It is a softer distortion that
Button volume / tone / drive and turbo
The effect multiplies the effect turbo drive

UTILIZATION

This pedal is very easy to use and pay
No need for manual ;)

SOUND QUALITY

If the effect is not quite natural: it colors nicely and turbo mode is even more colorful
The effect is still very reasonable drive and can be used for pop / jazz / blues and rock not angry
When the drive is pushed (even in normal mode), we obtain a very interesting sustain

OVERALL OPINION

I have this pedal for over 14 years and if I used that from time to time, I will not abandon it for the world. It really is happening everywhere and I love the color
(For this synth pedal is too high because the saturation happens very quickly)
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