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Harley Benton Ultimate Drive
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Anonymous

«  overdrive powerful very powerful »

Published on 12/13/12 at 11:40
JACK with overdrive
3 knob, switch, low / high

UTILIZATION

you plugs, and it works

SOUND QUALITY

sound, y 'of the example wouebb

say that attack quickly, then the knob is progressive
not terrible in the bass and sub bass in hand

I took in addition behringer monster tube train him a little in the HIGH

there's a real roundness of sound, early distortion without going into HEAVY metal,

no latency, the knobs are well spaced medium and high frequencies
it is very narrow, and even metal, it remains light, so must fix the ground

OVERALL OPINION

qq weeks and I admit that after five other test that one, ok, I keep

she is 2 to 3 unless the BOSS, electro H, and MXR
ok, there's no knobs for EQ, and bah too bad, write as above, perfectly complements my monster tube set.
AC is a clone of the JOYO, but it is tough!
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