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Cusack Music Tap-A-Whirl

Tremolo pedal from Cusack Music .

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" The tremolo Swiss Army Knife"

Cusack Music Tap-A-WhirlPublished on 06/11/11 at 04:10
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
THIS IS an analog tremolo pedal, boutique ...

UTILIZATION

It's a real gas plant very full and even more than that:
A level control, a speed and depth.
A tempo slider option (white, black, crooked, etc. ...)
A cursor choices wave (8 total) that related to a switch of banks in three positions gives us 24 possibilities.
A switch mode (preset and live), a switch on-off "and switch to tap tempo ...
Very complete, so it must "fit" in to navigate, but unless you have an IQ of oyster arrives there without difficulty.

SOUND QUALITY

Absolutely fabulous ... a Fender tremolo Vox through moult opportunities we have everything we need, and the tap tempo is a must ...

OVERALL......
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THIS IS an analog tremolo pedal, boutique ...

UTILIZATION

It's a real gas plant very full and even more than that:
A level control, a speed and depth.
A tempo slider option (white, black, crooked, etc. ...)
A cursor choices wave (8 total) that related to a switch of banks in three positions gives us 24 possibilities.
A switch mode (preset and live), a switch on-off "and switch to tap tempo ...
Very complete, so it must "fit" in to navigate, but unless you have an IQ of oyster arrives there without difficulty.

SOUND QUALITY

Absolutely fabulous ... a Fender tremolo Vox through moult opportunities we have everything we need, and the tap tempo is a must ...

OVERALL OPINION

Obviously, there were the tremolo on my various amps over time, those offered by the Line6 DM4 plus some other ... I hesitated between the model of electronics at Diamond which I love all the products but the many possibilities of a whirl Tap it makes a difference ...

I love ...

PS go to the manufacturer's website to watch the demo video, it is complete and at the same time hilarious ...
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  • Manufacturer: Cusack Music
  • Model: Tap-A-Whirl
  • Category: Tremolo pedals
  • Added in our database on: 12/10/2007

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Other names: tap a whirl, tapawhirl

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