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Rotary speaker simulator from DigiTech .

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  • DigiTech RPM-1Published on 12/04/04 at 18:06
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Leslie simulator lamp
    2 speed Leslie
    Brake
    Drive
    Rotor speed
    balance between the rotor on the horn
    not noon as audio and jack.

    UTILIZATION

    Easy to ACCS
    6 pots and 3 buttons ......
    Rglage sound simple but all the same limited by the lack of option.

    SOUNDS

    Not too bad but it does not apply it on a leslie.
    Problem level (volume) in the game, a compressor ncessite derrire.
    Saturation is pretty good on the other hand.
    One senses the rotation of the leslie and the switch with a speed management can do stuff a lot.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been the case but it's really not the slaughter. I am a bit of the machine but there's no choice in the genre. Just Digitech......
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    Leslie simulator lamp
    2 speed Leslie
    Brake
    Drive
    Rotor speed
    balance between the rotor on the horn
    not noon as audio and jack.

    UTILIZATION

    Easy to ACCS
    6 pots and 3 buttons ......
    Rglage sound simple but all the same limited by the lack of option.

    SOUNDS

    Not too bad but it does not apply it on a leslie.
    Problem level (volume) in the game, a compressor ncessite derrire.
    Saturation is pretty good on the other hand.
    One senses the rotation of the leslie and the switch with a speed management can do stuff a lot.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been the case but it's really not the slaughter. I am a bit of the machine but there's no choice in the genre. Just Digitech and Hughes & Kettner ..... snif
    The digitech is a little better than I know.
    To prove my sincrit I am not of boxes as I want to sell it.
    Rsultat a brief "average +" for RPM1.
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