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  • StratophilStratophil

    You said TS808?

    GuitarSystems Drive Tool JuniorPublished on 04/01/13 at 04:13
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Low gain overdrive
    Settings:
    - Volume
    - Drive
    - TMF: for the determination of joint treble

    UTILIZATION

    Not need to have studied at Polytechnique!

    SOUND QUALITY

    Overdrive beautiful, very natural type "increased vitamin lamps."
    The sound of the instrument and the amp is very well respected.
    Dynamics is also where all the nuances are reproduced (adds very little compression).
    I use it on a clean sound tube for a cruch mordant (micro bridge) and velvety (micro neck).
    Reserve volume is also impressive. One little use in clean or dirty boost with no problem.
    The TMF is different from a "tone" classic. It adjusts the treble articulation in the drive, moody s…
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    Low gain overdrive
    Settings:
    - Volume
    - Drive
    - TMF: for the determination of joint treble

    UTILIZATION

    Not need to have studied at Polytechnique!

    SOUND QUALITY

    Overdrive beautiful, very natural type "increased vitamin lamps."
    The sound of the instrument and the amp is very well respected.
    Dynamics is also where all the nuances are reproduced (adds very little compression).
    I use it on a clean sound tube for a cruch mordant (micro bridge) and velvety (micro neck).
    Reserve volume is also impressive. One little use in clean or dirty boost with no problem.
    The TMF is different from a "tone" classic. It adjusts the treble articulation in the drive, moody sound / fuzzy distortion to the grating. Setting the amp is very important: good basic sound = good sound with DriveTool (logical, right? Because she is very transparent ...)
    It is perfect stackée after a Fuzz Face or Big Muff before another overdrive or even a lead channel. It adds body in the midrange, punch and a side "roots".
    Little breath (little "drive" too ...)

    OVERALL OPINION

    Excellent overdrive pedal (low gain, I say) that only sounds as good as "stackée" with other distortion / overdrive.
    She did not show any finesse with good pickups and a good amp.
    High-end, hand made in the Netherlands ...
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