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solo84 solo84

«  Sound to it! »

Publié le 01/07/11 à 06:04
It's big and solid pedal that inspires confidence! I spend the rest ... Good

UTILIZATION

efficiency adjustments, nothing to say

SOUND QUALITY

If you want to listen how it sounds, go listen to "The Powder" on my page compounds (the bridge in the middle).
The exact config is used: Ibanez AF-105, Chandler Tube Driver set very low, G5222 taken by SM58, UA LA-610 preamp, Fireface 800

It is not at all in the family of TS, there is more "Harsh"


OVERALL OPINION

Bought used in the U.S. for about 160 euros including shipping, mine was the knobs that chrachottent when they are running, but I do not care I do not play ...

It is a very good pedal with a good compliance of the dynamics and sound very appealing, but it is not a substitute for TS overdrive sounds softer and bluesy.
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