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Blues Pro Overdrive, Overdrive pedal from Mi Audio.


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Mi Audio Blues Pro Overdrive tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Mi Audio
  • Model:Blues Pro Overdrive
  • Category:Overdrive pedals
  • Added in our database on: 11/28/2011

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Mi Audio Blues Pro Overdrive user reviews

Average Score:4.9( 4.9/5 based on 7 reviews )
 6 reviews86 %
 1 user review14 %
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boobyz09/17/2009

boobyz's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Mi Audio Blues Pro Overdrive
Overdrive analog TS
Case and very good quality of connections.
Gain Volume Tone
Alim 9v (or more) or battery
Indestructible Paint
Small convenient size for pedalboards

USE

RAS

SOUND QUALITY

This pedal may not please the purists be rock, for against it will delight lovers of fusion.
This is the big sound fusion rock, thick, full of harmonics, compress just right.
I love it for that particular style for rock is a bit too "modern"
Nothing to say, this pedal has a price-quality ratio indecent, and if you like that kind of sound, it's good to reduce the Expense; )dropoff Window
Not very versatile, but beautiful in what it can do.
The op-amp is on base, the original is not optimized JRC4558 I urge a LM1458 (cheap and easy to find) that will frankly with the spirit of the pedal.
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With the LM1458, it is easy to approach the sound "Santana", a very soft and thick overdrive with lots of sustain.


NOTICE GLOBAL

The ultimate pedal for fusion.
In fact, despite its circuit-type TS, it sounds quite modern (not pjoratif)
I found mine on EBAY US 80, an old model, I am happy when I type reversals FUSION, sound is the right place.
It is easy to change the op amp (on base) and the LM1458 is cheap and easy to find.
I think even some models are factory teams of this op amp.
If you have Classic 57 on your guitar, this pedal will give very good results.
Do not seek a sound TS, we are far, this stratum and said with a good adjustment, you can type the SRV no prob
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Dca lp05/12/2014

Dca lp's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" A very good OD"

Mi Audio Blues Pro Overdrive
Analog pedal, made in Australia by the firm MI Audio at hand.
- True bypass
- 1 gain
- Tone 1
- Volume 1
- 1 switch od / fuzz
Any purchase of pedal history, for me, a friend came up with after buying used and made me try. Stroke heart was immediate!
And here my friend who sold it to me on a whim two months later to fund a project. He regretted, because he liked. Coming from him, it is rather flattering for this pedal because of the beautiful stuff, he has seen quite a scroll.
This pedal is reminiscent of the great tube screamer, with whom she shares the famous JRC4558D chipset; however, the MI does not eat bass, she meets, see socket.
The dose of gain is also more consistent.

UTILIZATION

Ring this pedal is a breeze, one branch, we experiment, we find just the right sound. At least if you want to do blues / rock / hard rock.
I will explain this in its category.
Depending on the version (3 in all), it is possible to supply 18v for more head room and dynamics for v2 and v3.

SOUND QUALITY

The pedal fully complies with the guitar plugged above and the characteristics of microphones configuration.
With simple on stratocaster for example, you hold out my arms blues, rock too, but no more. However she does it well, the sound is round, warm, precise and dynamic at the same time. Shades played on volume knob / tone are transcribed and attack.

With humbuckers, the sound becomes more fat without puking everywhere. With the gain block, feels sound to Gun's N'Roses (first) or Led Zep by lowering the gain.

With active humbuckers type good output level (EMG 57/66 on my Les Paul), we can even go one step: the doors of hard rock of the 80-90 'are open. But no more: no metal with this pedal, or heavy. After all it is a non overdrive?
But we are still at the beginning of a beautiful distortion gain in background .. With double type Burstbucker / 498T / 57 + Gibson is made of comfortable AC / DC.
Otherwise, I am often surprised to have a very nice lead tone, playing Gary Moore, certainly it is not his hair the battery, but it is not wrong approach.
Fuzz compresses a lot and I like very moderately. In a pinch, the Tone at 7am, max gain and volume at 11, playing with the guitar volume (3/10) taken out sounds not too bad, but it is not his strong point. If you buy it, it is for his overdrive anyway.

OVERALL OPINION

I use this pedal for about 5-6 me and she will not move from my pedal board.
I just wish the fuzz, and again, I consider it a bonus ..
I advise this pedal for lovers of beautiful things made seriously, because it is clearly in the shop effect. The welds are point by point, everything is clean, signed and numbered in manuscript please!
If you like the blues, have a tube amp worthy of the name, you will enjoy.
Hold its versatility, because with a boost (like a TS9 with the drive at 9am and the volume up, for example) you can hunt in decidedly more muscular styles.
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WiR03/14/2013

WiR's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)"Overdrive "singing"!"

Mi Audio Blues Pro Overdrive
All was already said in previous reviews.

But quickly Overdrivre analog
Gain - Tone - Volume - Switch (Overdrive / Fuzz).

True Bypass.

Pedal type "shop".

V3, it seems that it can be supplied with 9 OR 18V ​​(18V that some say it would be more "headroom", basically the sound is wider, larger, more imposing so).

Pedal very economical "pedalboardistiquement" (wow this is ugly).
It is about the size of a TC electronic.

Yes it does, 5.5cm wide, it takes up no space in the pedalboard!

But: The power input is located on the left side as the MXR (at least as the MXR Carbon Copy).
So level pedalboard, that little embêtter some, but frankly, there is not really anything to complain about either.

UTILIZATION

Typical configuration TS9: So easy (3 knobs, a switch).

The knob Volume is effective, it does what is asked.

The knob Gain also is very gradual, thereby offering a wide range of dynamics.

knob the Tone, the more this pedal is very sensitive and very accurate! And in addition it has two uses! (I detail below).



SOUND QUALITY

For my part, the pedal is what I wanted:

A very Overdrive "singing". That is to say that the overdrive is very round but very present share the fact that the frequency range of mid-bass is amplified.

In addition, a TS9, middles are amplified (thus losing bass).

Here, the "low-middle" are amplified: Therefore, the loss of bass is fully resolved, however, this pedal is round bass. Middle and are now just as much!

This is the "low-middle" so that that it is a very nice overdrive (when we play well anyway) to listen. She is not aggressive and unwanted harmonics ultra acute (the spectrum 20k ...). She&#39;s very sweet.

But that does not hit hard, in the style ACDC (the middle is a boost of standard features emulated sound of ACDC).

In addition, this pedal is perfect for blues, blues rock, see Hard Blues!

The overdrive is great!

Then FUZZ: So the Fuzz is not the style of Fuzz very large and bold a FUZZFACE hendrixienne well boosted or Russian Big Muff. The Fuzz is registered in a register rather gentle yet.

This is a very articulate Fuzz and very effective solo (gain at bottom).

And that is THE TONE Tone comes in. The knob serves as "expression of Fuzz." I never really touched Fuzz pedal before it. But the Tone knob is used to set if you want a Fuzz very "muddy" (Eric Johnson style, with the tone knob of the most left possible) or completely incisive as Kenny Wayne Shepherd Voodoo Child when interpreting live (knob turned to the right). The Tone knob in the middle gives a kind of standard Fuzz but it follows the rest of the pedal is a Fuzz very "low-middle".


So the Fuzz is also singing, like the overdrive.

Oh yes, I use a Gibson Studio Faded and Lespauls Orange Crush 35 ldx. Yes even the transistor it sounds great!

In addition, this pedal is a very melodious and with a good vibrato, you can easily get started with it in melodies or Santana with a good shot to pick, embarking on a Blues Rock Classic Rock see well said !

Basically, it&#39;s great, but advice: Try this before you buy!

Although rare, it should be tested, because it is a rather peculiar style of his which may not please you!


Otherwise, I love it!

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a few short months.

Before purchasing I tested some other overdre as an Ibanez TS7 (which is mine), a TS9 or a Boss BD2 H2O Plus by Monte Allums Mod (which is mine).

The MI Blues Pro is just my main overdrive compete with the beautiful Boss BD2 Modified. Modified the Boss BD2 has a lot of "headroom", it has a very powerful, very fun to play, very typical Gary Moore (and more serious, the Gary Moore blues what with less gain, as it is an overdrive and a more severe). A great pedal!

Beside the MI Blues Pro seems to have less "headroom" than the latter, it needs to grow a bit more volume. However, the Blues Pro has this very natural, very respectful of your guitar pickups is that besides the Boss BD2, it is more pleasant to listen to, less "synthetic" (even if the BD2 is not synthetic at all but the Blues Pro still has a grain more natural nice touch) and therefore ideal for soloing.

In addition: BD2: Big Rock Rhythm Marshallian, Solo powerful

Pro Blues: Rhythm and blues rock this sophisticated, Solo subtle, melodic and very "feeling" (the Blues Pro, saw your game vibrato).

And for the purists: It is true bypass (not the Boss BD2)!

So with this pedal in my belt I&#39;m thrilled these two overdrives give me a palette of blues rock sound totally different, two different worlds for me chacuns to oscillate between them depending on my mood!



In conclusion, the MI Blues Pro has its place in my pedalboard, and I am very satisfied. This is a very good product.

If you are interested in this pedal and you need more information about it, test audio (recorded with the microphone in my laptop but hey, if I show you the worst and you like it, then the best can being better).
Do not hesitate to contact me!
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goguelu09/24/2011

goguelu's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Better than the TS (Reissue)"

Mi Audio Blues Pro Overdrive
Analog overdrive pedal
3 settings: Volume / Tone / Gain + a small switch Overdrive / Fuzz
Engagement by a more conventional switch on the TS (which I do find it annoying)
Input / Output Jack
Powered by 9V battery or transformer (I use a 1 Spot for the pedal and the other of my pedal board)
True bypass.
Lighting the red LED on activation of the effect (more visible than on the TS 808 Reissue)
Case lighter than a TS (TS but are references for strength), but very well made ("Handcrafted from MI Audio Australia").

UTILIZATION

Used for the crunch and overdrive, possibly boost (but it would be a shame to use it only for that).
I'm not a fan of the fuzz but it is interesting (I will not dwell on this, I did not buy this pedal for this feature).
The knobs respond well and offer a rich palette of sounds to explore (with or lead) ...

SOUND QUALITY

I first did a test in the store where I could compare it to a TS 808 Reissue (that was in my pedal board) and I bought already convinced.
I spent part of an afternoon and evening to compare in more detail on two of my guitars (a Start and a TV) and everything plugged into my Hot Rod Deluxe (short I wanted to have the Net stuff on my heart).
I tried different settings on the two pedals (especially on the race of the gain knobs Blues Pro Overdrive and the TS) on different configuration of microphones with the same riffs / plans slow, fast held note, bends , palm mute, harmonics ...
I was already quite happy with the results with the TS 808 Reissue but then I went wide at the top with the Blues Pro.
More:
- Dynamics, it renders the game more closely and attacks
- Gain / fishing without degrading the sound quality but very slightly limit (over the possibility that TS particularly in terms of power ... the Blues Pro goes further)
- Harmonic (less than the TS medium)
- Versatile (over different sounds)
I almost keep the TS to boost my sound clear, but in the style that I practice (Funk / Soul), must pass through the brass solo and I rarely party in his clear lead ...
I have a Fulltone OCD, but it also does not sound the same and has other interesting features.
With these two overdrives on my Hot Rod ... (Not at the same time:) ) I am satisfied.

OVERALL OPINION

Conclusion has dethroned the TS 808 Reissue in my pedal board (I had 5 years in fact ...) and with no regrets.
Be careful, I do not advise to everyone. Take the time to try it before (we do not repeat it enough I think).
It is a matter of taste some prefer the TS.
His "loyalty" to the game and the sound of guitars upstream is for me a most incontestable.
The sound is richer and more dynamic with my TS 808 Reissue (I said every time Reissue because I've never been able to try a TS 808 times it seems that would be the holy grail of overdrive. ..)
Recommended for fans of Blues / Rock and related styles (metal, if you read this notice is surely far from healthy curiosity but I doubt that such a suit you ...).
Good quality / price ratio (it begins to know it's good so it's more expensive ...)
I would definitely do it again this election.
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