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    Vox VT15

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    Boss PW-10 V-Wah Pedal

    i was aiming for the me-20 but i fear that i could not meet my expectation when comes to its drive patches.i was eyeing for the variable drive types it has, until i learned of the pw-10's drives and i am happy it sounded almost analog
  3. I use this live at church and It did not disappoint me. It cut right through the band as well as the weekend service recordings. No pedals or amp used- just connect it to a D.I and into the Mixer PA. and voalla!
  4. I am a church mucisian playing LIVE weekly. This guitar acts very good for blues genre. but if your looking for that well balanced mid tone- this is not it
  5. I'm an OD lover..I ALSO had the DOD 250/BD-2/SD-1/TS-5/TS-9/OS-2/BAD MONKEY/YJM 308/BARBER TRIFECTA/FRENCHTOAST DANO etc. with thIS xmorph function im sure you will find most of the OD tonal at your disposal pretty decent model for the alleged DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY "Digitech" for me it doesn't sound digitized at all NOT AT ALL give yourself a favor and buy one!
  6. Over all this is an OK pedal! since I can't really afford an RC booster with its' cheap cost it's a good alternative but still you have to keep it in mind that Behringer pedals are just clones so you get cloned sounds also =/
  7. I would rate it overall 9 with the mod and 7 at stock. Try this mod - it's better I'd tell you-cheers!
  8. This pedal has its limitations, it's the best for it does, but not for metal sound, but combining it with other drive pedals and using it as a booster will definitely redefine your charisma as a guitar player tone!
  9. I am on the stage of modifying this pedal a bit. I recently pull-off C6 capacacitor (1nf) in the OD tone opamp feedback loop section. tailoring it like the TS. This makes it more open-sounding, resolving the "blanket covered sound" i wrote as a cons in the sound quality portion of this review. I will try to change the cap C23 from 4.7uF to 33uF. to increase bass. overall i would rate it 7 as fairly acceptable, and a bit of modding will make it 9 I will update you again
  10. can handle most lead work on the other hand rythm can result to classic rock style this pedal will best suit if you are an overdrive lover like me this is like a boosted tubescreamer in my opinion
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    Mac Smith MS-10G

    It sounds, looks and feels like a VOX pathfinder 10 practice amp. I have been searching for a nice practice amp- compared to my Ibanez GTA10 10 watt amp - this has more punch and more mid. Loud enough for practice use, I myself set it only about a quarter on the volume, way past it is good enough for small band jams practice.
  12. gives me eric clapton tone in his song "cocaine" at the CROSSROADS concert way back 2004 overall im happy with it- it's worth every penny spent
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    Denio DS-30 Distortion

    good thing about this pedal is that it can sound like a tubescreamer and as a nice hard rock distortion pedal too. Im rating it 10 as fantasic value since I got it only for $9
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    Rockson Delay

    I would rate it 8 because of its' short delay time of 150ms. I would crank-up the delay time knob just to get to the delay zone I wanted, which I found basically fair. This emphasizes more on the echo zone and not on the delay specifically, it just hit the delay zone when you max out the delay time knob.
  15. Overall this is the best multi-fx made during its era. But Playing this in modern days is definitely not toying. It definitely means PERFORMANCE as the logo would imply. I would rate it 10.
  16. I would rate it 10 for the mediocore pedal- considering other boutique pedal is a different story though
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    Ibanez DL-5 Delay

    this is like delay+reverb. very nice!
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    Vox VT15

    belived to be a ts808 clone and it was! it really was!
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