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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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Vrouam Vrouam

«  one snag ... »

Published on 01/14/12 at 13:27
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Just a little big on the pedalboard.

UTILIZATION

it is a distortion pedal: 3 buttons ... is within the reach of children.

SOUND QUALITY

I was looking for a nice crunch (not a violent thing) and I was not disappointed. Other opinions are realistic about this product. if I had to blame something that is very "net", nothing to do with a vintage effect would be missing a little more (but that's when you're a fucker fly like me)

OVERALL OPINION

now it's been a year and odds and ends that I use and it happens from time to time it is cut and that's boring in the middle of a song and especially in concert.
simply re-press the switch and the sound comes back but it's boring.
In short, it is the default fucks a good foot in the air. And it bothers me because it really has a beautiful sound.
In comparison I have a TS9 upgraded and I prefer big ben.
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