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Devi Ever Aenima

Overdrive pedal from Devi Ever .

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Big sound

Devi Ever AenimaPublished on 08/14/11 at 01:23
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
It's a fuzz pedal, handmade in the USA.
Metal box, same size as the EHX Nano.
Volume control, a texture, a switch to activate the effect.
I take off one point because the input to the power supply is on the side, less convenient than if it were on top.

UTILIZATION

There's only two knobs, so it's not too complicated to resolve it ...
The volume used to adjust the volume ... (!) And the texture knob acts like a key: to the left was a more acute, and it thickens to the right and mutes the sound, with a subtlety min and max positions (after I mention)

SOUND QUALITY

Here we have the big sound whatever you do, there's no gain control, and the pedal has it in spades! Turning...…
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It's a fuzz pedal, handmade in the USA.
Metal box, same size as the EHX Nano.
Volume control, a texture, a switch to activate the effect.
I take off one point because the input to the power supply is on the side, less convenient than if it were on top.

UTILIZATION

There's only two knobs, so it's not too complicated to resolve it ...
The volume used to adjust the volume ... (!) And the texture knob acts like a key: to the left was a more acute, and it thickens to the right and mutes the sound, with a subtlety min and max positions (after I mention)

SOUND QUALITY

Here we have the big sound whatever you do, there's no gain control, and the pedal has it in spades! Turning down the volume on the guitar is reduced a little gain but the pedal feels not like that, she wants us to play hard.
As I said above, left = fuzz texture acute, sharp, somewhat garish, and right = a thicker style of smashing pumpkins cherub rock, but more "grainy" less smooth.
the pedal has a built-in noise gate that cuts the sound a bit abrupt, it has its advantages and disadvantages.
The subtlety of texture knob: min and max positions, it disables the noise gate, which allows to prolong his notes trèèèèèèèès long and end in total feedback

OVERALL OPINION

Fuzz is a really special, with a particular grain and therefore a gain which will not please everyone that's on. But if you like big fuzz type Big Muff with the gain in depth and character, you'll love it.
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  • Manufacturer: Devi Ever
  • Model: Aenima
  • Category: Overdrive pedals
  • Added in our database on: 06/25/2010

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