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Vox Big Ben
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Vox Big Ben

Overdrive pedal from Vox belonging to the Cooltron series.

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surfy surfy

«  Excellent overdrive »

Published on 08/29/11 at 03:57
Trs simple: in / out, volume, gain, tone, switch

The pros: the lamp that lights up blue, it's Aesthetics and useful (for dbracher not forget the jack and use the batteries). The chrome look is nice trs. batteries 4x1, 5 V or 9V battery or adapter (cool).

The -: even when it is cumbersome that the sudden she seems strong

UTILIZATION

We can not be simpler.

SOUND QUALITY

It's just what I wanted: a good versatility from trslger or saturated (but not a distortion, not esprer with a frenzied solo is not for.

OVERALL OPINION

Use it for 1 week filled my needs well trs sound.
J'enlve one point for the bulk and another and another for the same price when.
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