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" And Jack White was ..."

Electro-Harmonix Hot Tubes NanoPublished on 02/24/14 at 05:35
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Overdrive fuzzy
Analog (he seems)
True bypass
Solid metal housing as a Nokia 3310
Operates 9 volt
... In short, a pedal at EHX

UTILIZATION

3 knobs: volume
-Overdrive
-Tone
1 switch to bypass the tone.
Hyper configuration simple and effective.
Very easy to tweak the knobs to find his sound ...

SOUND QUALITY

Here it becomes much more interesting (if you like the vintage)!
I use this pedal with my custom TV Japan 62 (with Di Marzio pickup fast track) plugged into a Peavey Windsor ...
You can use this pedal as a boost with overdrive knob below noon ... Not bad but I find this more effective hot tubes as OverDrive ...
This is when you push the overdrive......
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Overdrive fuzzy
Analog (he seems)
True bypass
Solid metal housing as a Nokia 3310
Operates 9 volt
... In short, a pedal at EHX

UTILIZATION

3 knobs: volume
-Overdrive
-Tone
1 switch to bypass the tone.
Hyper configuration simple and effective.
Very easy to tweak the knobs to find his sound ...

SOUND QUALITY

Here it becomes much more interesting (if you like the vintage)!
I use this pedal with my custom TV Japan 62 (with Di Marzio pickup fast track) plugged into a Peavey Windsor ...
You can use this pedal as a boost with overdrive knob below noon ... Not bad but I find this more effective hot tubes as OverDrive ...
This is when you push the overdrive beyond noon it really sends the wood! More the knob is turned more one sees that fuzzy side although aggressive, a bit crappy and the dense hyper Jack White.
The tone knob plays his role well but personally I prefer the sound with the switch in the off position (denser in my opinion).
on the other hand when you push the overdrive donf the volume packs in a few ... (think prevent your neighbors ...)
All without excessive noise.

OVERALL OPINION

It'll be two months I use this pedal and I made my main overdrive ...
I really love the sound with the overdrive switch in the background and position off.C is really typical blues rock vintage crappy I'm a fan!
Its for my solo I just couple behind my TS9 (set with the drive and tone 4/5) and it is really a killer blues rock surcaféïné mode! It is mega bite and you can play with the feedback ...
It also goes very well with a wah wah.
Super pedal with a price / quality ratio almost unbeatable (less than 60 euros!)
I recommend it to anyone, whether to offer a first pedal or a old timer who wants to rework his sound.
Notice to fan Hendrix, Black Keys and Jack White Other ...
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" As a fat kebab!"

Electro-Harmonix Hot Tubes NanoPublished on 01/07/14 at 00:47
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Republishing the famous Hot Tubes at EHX version nano (very convenient dimension).
Three standard settings: volume, tone, gain and a switch that bypass the tone.

UTILIZATION

Simple: it takes for the gain to bottom (yes that's her that is used this pedal!), We rule the volume and generally we bypass the tone (in my case), otherwise we slightly adjust the tone.

SOUND QUALITY

Fan of Jack White, Black Keys, and very fat and loaded her, you'll be thrilled!
As I disai for me this pedal is used with the gain in depth, which gives it a very fuzzy and bold that I find just awesome. With the gain at noon, I think the pedal less interest.
Otherwise with a strat or tele, it's magic,......
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Republishing the famous Hot Tubes at EHX version nano (very convenient dimension).
Three standard settings: volume, tone, gain and a switch that bypass the tone.

UTILIZATION

Simple: it takes for the gain to bottom (yes that's her that is used this pedal!), We rule the volume and generally we bypass the tone (in my case), otherwise we slightly adjust the tone.

SOUND QUALITY

Fan of Jack White, Black Keys, and very fat and loaded her, you'll be thrilled!
As I disai for me this pedal is used with the gain in depth, which gives it a very fuzzy and bold that I find just awesome. With the gain at noon, I think the pedal less interest.
Otherwise with a strat or tele, it's magic, very good for the riffs, solos, even slide is excelente!
I would say it is more suited to a single pedal even if it comes out with humbuckers.
It responds very well to the guitar volume (as a good fuzz families) and makes very little noise and all that is appreciated!

OVERALL OPINION

As tjs at EHX, for the price (even new) is simply unbeatable, do not hesitate if you're a fan of this kind of sound!
If you are looking for a clean and transparent OD go your way!
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  • Manufacturer: Electro-Harmonix
  • Model: Hot Tubes Nano
  • Category: Overdrive pedals
  • Added in our database on: 08/26/2013

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