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Sound Quality

I am using this unit by connecting the headphone jack to the line-in jack on my soundcard, so I cant really say wheather or not it sounds good on whatever amp. However the distortions sounds kinda weird, but I have little experience with tweaking guitar sounds, so I dont know. The distortion has the usual buzz sound if noisegate is turned off but I think thats the guitar (a LP clone made in China...) but im sure Bill Lawerance can fix that...

Reliability/Durability

Well it looks like this unit has been around at least since 92, and it still works and sounds good, so im sure it will last a lot longer. I never gigged but if I gig I would probably use a big amp or something... with seperate pedals.

General Comments

I generally like playing heavy metal and rock, been playing off and on for like 2 years or so, but I was too carried away with building guitars that I didnt really pay too much attention to playing. If lost or stolen I probably would get a real amp or a digitech RP-100/200. What I love about this thing is that its made in USA (its like GOLD around here, USA made gears seem to cost 3 times as much as they are in the USA, even those "fenders" thats made in korea cost a fortune here for some reason), it does what I need it to do, sounds a lot better than plugged direct into the computer. What I REALLY hate about it is that its heavy as hell, no power switches (come on, when will they get it??) and the fact that its discontinued. For the price I paid its a good product though.




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