In summary, distortion pedal ultra-strong, ultra-high-gain-gain so high that you can not adjust the gain: just volume and 3-band EQ. The gain is set to 11 and pulls the ears to the delight of apprentices metallurgists. Personally, I had the first version, the one with the little foot switch (so no republishing by Digitech).
Channel pleasant, with good access to acute. This is not a Strat, but it's not what you asked.
How long have you use it? About 1 year for use discomob ' What is the particular feature you like best and least? Most would qualiter Sound RCF. But also handles that are well thought out. The moin is the lack of bass. Have you tried many other models before buying it? No How would you rate the quality / price? Fine With experience, you do again this choice Oh yes!
I use it for several months. I'm a guitarist and touch all that leads me to have many pedals. Very nice to have a lot of pedals, but it quickly becomes tedious when regularly changing sounds. With this machine, the problem is solved. The machine (which seems very solid) is very easy to configure, each footswitch can have the function that you want. Importantly, there is no latency between each preset! Wholesale bonus, there are six outputs to drive the pedals (which saves space), the ability to control 3 units morning (and that's still top), and an integrated buffer. The downside? Come on, it lacks the ability to choose the chaining effects so it must reflect a chaining her before fixing everything and then a small screen to record their presets / functions on the footswitch was great but that's quibbling. The quality / price? I do not know I do not know of any competitor in any case it is an investment that I do not regret. Finally if you use the effects loop of your amp I recommend MIDI 4x loop to take full advantage!
Installation is tedious and time consuming on my brand new iMac i5 nice but the game your candlelight Several hours for me so plan to do it before 22 hours or you will spend the night Not really inconsistent, even works with version 1.3 of the software my MPC Renaissance Operation is very simple if you stay in the basics, then we can easily get into the guts of the app and, it is complicated but not insurmountable No real manual, but a nice collection of overly didactic video uttiles
I am from the beginning an enthusiastic user of Samplitude, special software which is the audio. But this only works perfectly on Windows, and this is the Achilles heel of this software. After a recording session that turned into a nightmare thanks to XP crazy, I decided to switch to Mac. I do not have the Logic loved everything and I turned to Pro Tools 10 that I immediately loved. No problems with installation or configuration. Everything turned immediately and has so far never failed. Unlike the Logic which is very poorly done, the manual is very clear and didactic.
Value for money excellent
The installation is done it without problems? Yes The general configuration is easy? Yes knows when the operation of a compressor. Have you experienced any incompatibilities? No The manual is clear and sufficient? ... I do not know anything is totally allergic to English. 10/10
-11 Tracks selectable Capacity-16 minutes (total) Recording -Wide range of battery parts -One-shot mode, which does play once the loop
Made in the U.S.. • Mahogany body • Maple set neck with profile Explorer Bass • Touch wood Preciosa (Amazonian tree) with 12 "radius, 22 frets and acrylic inlay dots • Scale 34 " • Nut Width: 1.60 " • Mechanical online Grover Mini Bass Chrome • chrome bridge with adjustable saddles • 2 Thunderbird Bass pickups with ceramic magnet • 2 volume, 1 tone • Finish nitro-cellulose Silverburst • Flight Case included finishes are of Gibson, that is not good on the details of painting, for example. But the quality of the instrument is really undeniable, with the use of good wood. (Gibson had it been his stock of wood not all instruments out in 2011??) I had three (I let nothing go to paint finish on the neck level): 3 sounded like.
I've had almost 5 years. For 100 euros occasion he met me. I just use it at home in beef and recording. It is hard enough to play in the string tension. The sound is powerful but too metal. To change the strings, there is a metal folding cover, it is not very well designed, I'm afraid it will break one day. It requires a lot of adjustments to be fair, but this may be due to its former owner. With experience, I do not know what choice I would do because it was the only bouzouki available when I was looking for one.
How long have you use it? - I use it for 2 days. Have you tried many other models before buying it? - One of Fogstar in Contest What is the particular feature you like best and least? Plus: - Fully square machine, there is nothing that exceeds such as pipes that exceed certain little machine and can be damaged quickly. - Storage for Remote - Powerful! - Do not heat once after it can be used without interruption. - The remote control supplied with timer. The least: - Cable Machine RJ45 is very fragile. - No DMX, but good anyway I do would not be served. - Cable provides without taking after. How would you rate the quality / price? With experience, you do again this choice? The price / quality ratio is excellent, I wanted to direct a smoke machine Martin for not having to buy a low-end machine that could let go at any time. I recommend this machine, it is ideal for my use-Mobile Disco and show from time to time.
Wide diaphragm condenser microphone Directivity: super cardioid Frequency response: 40 - 18000 Hz Sensitivity: -35dBV/pa (22.4 mV / pa) Max SPL: 136 dB Requires 36-52V phantom power Weight: 320 g The microphone is plastic and the box is bulky and shapeless, which does not help the storage of equipment.
Digital connectivity. 8 tracks, the two inputs. Possibility of transferring the mastering of several tracks into one, which can potentially greatly increase the number of real track. Storage Compact Flash card. Details are here: http://tascam.com/product/dp-02cf/
Power and finesse definition Use in the studio AND RPET (if you get to wear 14 pounds of these gems!)
Foot adjustable microphone. Tripod base. Height adjustable easily: Height adjustable from 925 to 1630mm Pole length: 805mm Weight: 3.26 Kg
Small but quite heavy as they are amplified (40W bass, treble 30W) bandwidth is 50Hz to 40khz. Three positions to reduce or increase the treble and bass for four Jack and XLR connectors (running simultaneously) Fairly accurate although a little "hard" I use them in a home studio and I even dared sound to concerts (just a voice for a pianist on a Steinway) for almost fifty people in 70m2! course in these cases the limit arises. Great for video editing, they fit in a bag or a suitcase. It's solid, they are shielded
Manufacturing Korea in July 2001 (most likely in the Cort factory). Mahogany body + frène table, handle and maple fingerboard. Electronics 3 band + 5 position selector to handle two microphones whose humbucker. Nothing special except for the traditional hardware specific to this series of low I personally find less attractive than the slightly rounded previous version and is currently listed on the Indonesian giant easel.
Everything said above by Pbois. on paper what is "perfect" used for everything - the concert at home studio through repeats (15w lamp is more than enough for a rehearsal room and concert ... we do not play in amp from boonies except in restaurants / bars and there 15 w it is enough too, or if you want to play before 30,000 guys ... but if you're not too "picky" you ask it to sondier transplanted sound / he serves it as the guy - what is the "norm" in concert even double or triple recto mesa)
First impression (which is good) a robust keyboard and done! good connectivity (USB / MIDI IN OUT THGH / Pedal etc. ....) the pads and faders and knobs are good bills and are easily accessible. The 49 keys on the keyboard are a nice touch and after touch works pretty well. The weight is therefore but rather the quality and robustness necessarily go hand in hand ...
-How long have you use it? for about 6 months -Have you tried many other models before buying it? Pioneer CDJ 2000 NDX 400 -What is the particular feature you like best and least? start with less than platinum, pourais I say that there is not, eccepté lack the USB port at this moment we do not have another solution that was or CD timecode for most, the jog is more perfect adjustment of the jog is very important I think is very callage the accuracy, loading tracks are not long, about 1 sd. the pitch is very precision, the conpteur BPM as short a perfect plate!! -How would you rate the quality / price? maintement are a pair of CDJ 1000 MK3 has about 1000 euros so a little more affordable -With experience, you do again this choice? ... yes, because even with age plates c is a product that is perfect!!
Any 15w lamps but beefy watts it competes with other 30w Brands One very simple input plug and play A master and a treble bass controls VOLUME (no medium) Tremolo and reverb
Guitar-Korean (but quality one would méprendrai) -Rosewood, landmark V-24 cells micro Seymour Duncan SH-13 and SH1 (config Dimebag so) Easel-Tune'o'matic with stop tailpiece + Buzz Feiten Tuning System -2 Volume knobs for each pickup + 1 tone knob, 3-position selector -Set neck (quite serious in V and hence U on acute) -Mahogany body and maple veneer
Electroacoustic guitar folk of the Godin family made in Canada-based wood very strong resonance: cedar, cherry, maple, spruce and rosewood. Satin finish for increased resonance. Micro Godin Quantum (flight - bass - treble) efficasse terribly. Cutaway for easy access to rear notes. Very light and pleasant to touch
analog, with optional digital card (word clock and adat), I personally use it in analog, 8 XLR or TRS, 8 inserts. front console output to XLR or TRS is gain phase inversion, low cut, phantom power, and PAD.
100% amp lamps. 13 watt class a / b. HP 15 inches. 3 inputs, integrated tremolo. The rest of the information is already given.
loop pedal with drum machine mini version
Used 3 years ago, yes, good definition, good harmonics, but not fat enough grain in my opinion but it also depends on the guitar, too expensive, not for this guitar (Gibson Les Paul Classic Premium +)