#1
but frankly, it's one of the muddiest sounding pedals I've ever heard.

http://www.jimdunlop.com/blog/?p=225

Maybe some of you will think differently, but personally I think Dunlop could have done a little better.

However, I did like the noise gate. But if I want a noise gate, I'll buy a noise gate, not this paperweight.
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#2
Dunlop could always have done a little bit (see: alot) better. Except with the rack wah and the handwired Phase 90 and Dyna Comp reissues.
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#3
That is without a doubt the worst sounding distortion I've ever heard.

Absolutely no clarity and sounds like the fizz on a TV/Radio when you get bad reception, ew.

Dunlop could've at least tried to make that video sound good...
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#5
I just got an email thinking "Hey, this pedal may be what I need!". I was sadly disappointed. But not as much when I saw Zakk Wylde's new sig guitar
#6
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That is without a doubt the worst sounding distortion I've ever heard.

Absolutely no clarity and sounds like the fizz on a TV/Radio when you get bad reception, ew.

Dunlop could've at least tried to make that video sound good...


+1. it's kinda of like if i threw Korn's tone in a microwave and turned up the static.
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#7
I literally cringed when I first heard it. There's absolutely no semblance of clarity.
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#8
wow....that...was metal

jk it was bad though, way to trebily for my taste but hey, dunlop was due for a bad pedal
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#9
now thats beyond crushing overdrive
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#10
This might be good for those "How do I get Dime's tone?" posts.
#11
That sounds horrible, every pick you can hear, it becomes a kind of high pitched...sound?
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#12
I dunno. I've heard worse distortion pedals, at least the sound was meaty and not thin. Not very good, but not the worst thing I've ever heard either.
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#13
That pedal sounds absolutly terrible..
Just from that video i wouldnt even try it in a store.

I'm unimpressed.
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#15
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I think it's more of a torture tool built to cause huge headaches.
It just sounds, stupid really


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#16
I can't actually imagine anybody wanting to use that pedal.
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