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  • vincejackvincejack

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    TC Electronic Vintage TremoloPublished on 10/25/10 at 15:17
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Vintage tremolo, so I prsume analog. In any case rglages of depth, speed, and level of output and a mini switch "soft" or "hard" which attnue or not the effect. I'm not sr for the "True Bypass", at least relatively transparent. Alim 9v battery or from standard practice. The pedal is fairly square, takes up little space on a pedalboard.

    UTILIZATION

    It's simple, sounds good (I'm no expert on the effects, particularly the "vintage") but in any case it does its job. TC Electronic is GENERALLY a good hardware for a long time already.
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    SOUND QUALITY

    sonority that pushes rglages or not (in "hard" it was really a broken net caractristique bine). I use it in clear, crunch …
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    Vintage tremolo, so I prsume analog. In any case rglages of depth, speed, and level of output and a mini switch "soft" or "hard" which attnue or not the effect. I'm not sr for the "True Bypass", at least relatively transparent. Alim 9v battery or from standard practice. The pedal is fairly square, takes up little space on a pedalboard.

    UTILIZATION

    It's simple, sounds good (I'm no expert on the effects, particularly the "vintage") but in any case it does its job. TC Electronic is GENERALLY a good hardware for a long time already.
    Good

    SOUND QUALITY

    sonority that pushes rglages or not (in "hard" it was really a broken net caractristique bine). I use it in clear, crunch and saturation, works fine, no problem. With a crunch and a Lger cho, bine nice!
    Sometimes I also use it just to adjust my volume gnral end of the chain a boost APRS + overdrive: her discretion without flinching, the sound is not the same color.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it since a few years, good choice. I had to purchase so very reasonable price. I would do this choice, yes, but again, I never test tremolo more upscale and more expensive:) TC =
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