Analog pedal with integrated buffer system, ideal when you have only the "True Bypass" connected behind.
Lots of connections possible with switches everywhere, it resembles a cockpit with all the knobs are short ... But it all just things.
Versatile pedal except for heavymetal, trash wholes guitar sound that requires a large distortion, go your way, it is an overdrive and not a missile launcher.
A convenient switch and the "GIG" which can either keep the original sound of the pedal (its pure Dumble) or coupled with the sound of the amp to not losing the sound of the amp (mid- dumble Marshall and mid-eg.).
The other knobs are very responsive practice them it will take a few minutes or hours before finding your son.Mais the result is surprising when you find the right setting.
This pedal gives channel 1 (clean) sound close to vintage fender with a small variation in the attack, it is a very responsive pedal after the attack that they put on a good note = dynamic ideal for jazz and blues.
Channel 2 (overdrive) makes me think SRV sound level, a crunch that I have not found on any other pedal or ampli.Cela like a tube screamer with a nice warm sound, with less compression which is better for my taste.
Then there is the function Boost (3rd switch) which boost channel 2, not bad for a shot put in some potato or rhythmic solo personnellemnt chui not boost fan in general, but this one does not distort the sound too general, I use it in time ...
Can be connected directly to a PC which seems the sound is clean and restore; practical when you use and which is recorded Souvant move.
The configuration is simple as we already know a tube amp, overdrive and you have a little experience, if not for a beginner guitarist I advise against too many settings and what are the differences in sound on some parts of handle so you must have the ear and know what to look, there is the principle type of pedal that rule once, we note the settings and it still disappointed after considering the number of possibilities, you can go hours testing sounds good but ....
The manual is clear, there are not too many configurations of sounds because the sound differs according to the equipment, for my part I plugged this pedal on a Mesa Lonestar Special with a Custom Shop statocaster and blues sound is already very to the base without the pedal but the sound is very clean the mesa Christallin and this pedal is a little broken hand "acute dynamic" we'll say it Marshalise: the sound of screaming less safe.
The sound of this pedal is unique in the sense not find it in: mad teacher, boss, ibanez, fulltone, keeley, etc. and ditto for the amp I have never heard an overdrive like that makes me really think One of the album SRV compressor + canale2 with a little gain (11h) = Mary little lamb there just needs to mount the gain knob (guitar) to solo and remained channel2.
There are sounds that I hate like all pedals if you push the treble, bass bottom or doing anything but good hands there are ways to have fun.
I use it for a few months, I utilisai lot of pedal before fifty since I started playing guitar, buying, selling, buy, sell, exchange ....
The specificity of this pedal and what is comprehensive in its registry rock, pop, jazz, blues, do not eat the sound of my amp does not distort the guitar and when she turned off the sound loses nothing thanks to buffer very transparent.Du blow when you put it at the beginning of the signal chain it keeps up the guitar output of the last pedal connected.
This pedal and expensive, it is clear I hurt myself lol, plus he took the dig + Canadian customs charges brief bobo.Sinon can register for the order he is told to wait 1 year and a half, and I sent you a message a few months later to tell me that it was good, he had to pay for the fabrique.Bref if you want to order but it is possible attention to the customs for me it was $ 200.
With this experience I refairai choice but by buying in store because if I have a concern I'm not ready to return aus states are overworked as they work.