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    Hao Rumble ModPublished on 07/03/14 at 06:33
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Analog pedal and "True Bypass" with two drive modes and boost mode (buffer) not bad to put a shot in some potato or rhythmic solos

    of (pure sound) sound type character (Dumble) with good headroom and a good sound chaudddd :)
    The adjustment knobs are very reactive result is surprising
    good momentum, ideal for jazz and blues.rock
    demo HAO Rumble


    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is simple as we already know his gear is the kind of pedal that rule once, we remain disappointed sound differs according to the standard equipment, but always with a super dynamic "and a warm sound

    SOUND QUALITY

    The sound of this pedal is unique in the sense that it is not found at: mad teacher,......
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    Analog pedal and "True Bypass" with two drive modes and boost mode (buffer) not bad to put a shot in some potato or rhythmic solos

    of (pure sound) sound type character (Dumble) with good headroom and a good sound chaudddd :)
    The adjustment knobs are very reactive result is surprising
    good momentum, ideal for jazz and blues.rock
    demo HAO Rumble


    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is simple as we already know his gear is the kind of pedal that rule once, we remain disappointed sound differs according to the standard equipment, but always with a super dynamic "and a warm sound

    SOUND QUALITY

    The sound of this pedal is unique in the sense that it is not found at: mad teacher, boss, ibanez, fulltone, keeley, etc. I tested it with a Gibson Custom American Deluxe Strat and plugged into a Vox AC30 and a ENGL Screamer 50 Combo amp, the sound quality in my opinion are insane,

    OVERALL OPINION

    if you are lucky enough to find one, jump at the chance because really, it's worth a visit ... and if I do the same choice? and yes, without any doubt. My only regret is not having discovered it earlier ....
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  • Hao Rumble ModPublished on 02/02/11 at 21:14
    The HAO Rumble Mod is an awesome overdrive pedal that's intended for use with electric guitar. The pedal has true bypass and 1/4" connections for input and output, with standard 9 volt power being required from a power supply. It's not rackable - it's a stomp box.

    UTILIZATION

    It's not going to be hard to use the HAO Rumble Mod pedal at all. Even if you haven't used it before, it should be pretty easy for most users to manipulate. It's got parameters for level, color (tone), and gain, which is a pretty standard make up for distortion and overdrive pedals. It also has a mode switch which can go between drive and boost modes. No manual is necessary...

    SOUND QUALITY

    It's going to......
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    The HAO Rumble Mod is an awesome overdrive pedal that's intended for use with electric guitar. The pedal has true bypass and 1/4" connections for input and output, with standard 9 volt power being required from a power supply. It's not rackable - it's a stomp box.

    UTILIZATION

    It's not going to be hard to use the HAO Rumble Mod pedal at all. Even if you haven't used it before, it should be pretty easy for most users to manipulate. It's got parameters for level, color (tone), and gain, which is a pretty standard make up for distortion and overdrive pedals. It also has a mode switch which can go between drive and boost modes. No manual is necessary...

    SOUND QUALITY

    It's going to be hard to find a better overdrive pedal than the HAO Rumble Mod. Of course overdrives and distortions come in all different sound colors, and this one is no different as it doesn't necessarily sound like any other one pedal. However, it has an incredibly thick tone and is very versatile in the sounds it can achieve. It sounds awesome for getting heavier overdrive tones for rhythm and lead guitar parts, but also sounds great when used subtly at lower levels. It's awesome that there's both a boost and drive mode, as both sound great in their own ways and it really adds to the flexibility of the pedal.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The HAO Rumble Mod is the perfect overdrive pedal to add to any guitarist's rig. It's definitely a professional's pedal as it's not cheap and has a sound that will rival any overdrive pedal out there. While it's versatile, it's pretty much fool proof to use. It's not the most well known pedal out there, but should be investigated upon by all guitarists who are interested in a top tier overdrive pedal.
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