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Ibanez CD5 Cyberdrive
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Ibanez CD5 Cyberdrive

Overdrive pedal from Ibanez belonging to the SoundTank series.

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gentillom gentillom

«  Money for nothing! »

Publié le 11/18/10 à 05:09
Wha is a fixed coupled with distortion. In fact it takes the schematic electronic WH10, Wha-wha pedal in the same series sound tank which could have added the circuit overdrive distortion. This is analog. Daphon manufactured by Taiwan on behalf of Ibanez. The case is plastic.

There are three settings:

Level = volume
You set Tone = somehow the opening track of the Wha
Drive To measure the distortion =
Yes

UTILIZATION

easy to adjust.

SOUND QUALITY

If you know the intro "Money for nothing" is exactly what kind of sound.

The use remains limited. Even if the sound is very nice you can not put anywhere. In the chain with other effects can be quite a lot of fun stuff.

OVERALL OPINION

I found the bottom of a crate with toys in a garage sale for 5 euros because it was malfunctioning. Meanwhile I repaired.

Apart from the sound that I like most is his big mouth blues and its relative rarity.

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