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Harley Benton Ultimate Drive
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ebrian ebrian

«  A true low-cost! »

Published on 02/22/13 at 04:48
Overdrive / distortion analog Made in China inspired by the Fulltone OCD. But beware, this is not a "generic".
The buttons are a little too soft for my taste. Not true bypass: I checked. There had to be on older models. More on my pedal ago marked "bypass" and not "true bypass"

UTILIZATION

Pedal sturdy, well built and easy to use. A manual? Where?

SOUND QUALITY

We are surprised by the sound quality and versatility. This pedal also goes well with single coil and double. Sounds may be clear, dark and go right into the mix of single overdrive distortion rock well.
The increase is balanced sound buttons except the tone. So no complex compared to much more expensive pedals.
Good gain margin and volume!

OVERALL OPINION

Is this pedal is made to withstand years of coups and other tiags rangeos? I do not know. Anyway it is a success.

The +

Value unbeatable to this day!
Look
Sounds

The -

Not true bypass
Too soft buttons
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