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Boss OD-2 TURBO OverDrive
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Marty62100 Marty62100

«  I could go and not so good! »

Publié le 03/29/10 à 14:02
4 Controls the classics more: Turbo mode.

UTILIZATION

Extremely simple, its uniqueness lies in its turbo.

SOUND QUALITY

I tried at length to be owned, has just about every overdrive Boss.

I must say that this one is my favorite. This is a cropped OD-1.
By comparing the sound is quite equivalent but OD1 is medium / medium low and it can sometimes be unclear. She does not necessarily mix.

Corrected bug on the second version, in this case OD2.

I used to and almost as Mode 1. It offers a natural overdrive. The most natural of all bosses. It is now biting. A very good response to the attacks.
The volume pot has an excellent tone, I think that we can do much better. It removes the "acid" to the sound required. Inversemetn for solo you push it a bit and nickel.

The turbo mode I use it only slightly. I find it too rich for the same gain and the next spring without acid can be treated by the pot 'tonalite. He will put his back rather than just cut acute. Damage.

Moreover, this model can not switch between normal and turbo for AC: Moving towards the OD2-R.

In this regard a lack of OD2 is the lack of output level: corrected on the template "R".

To choose, you rather turn to the second model that offers substantially the same sound but with that little extra.

OVERALL OPINION

A very good pedal overdirve, yet unknown who would delight in more than one.

To have tried cases, it is really by far the best model from Boss to sound natural in front of the amp. Her sisters sd1, os2, OD1, 3 .. ect ... Have a color property to her. Here is his respect for the original.

However: As well take the model OD2-R prpose the same thing with the small default output level in less remote and can be useful for who uses it.
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