Price paid: $ 30
Purchased from: Ebay
Sound — 5
I mostly have used my Washburn PS80 when using this pedal. I honestly only use it when playing with a terrible amp, otherwise the amps effects themselves are usually better. The effects are deffinitely not near the quality you might hope for. Though at 30 dollars it isn't like you should be hoping for much. You won't be able to emulate the sound of many of your desired artists with something like this, it just doesn't have the power. The only effect it had that really stood out was the pitch shifter, it could make any 6 string sound like a 12 string.
Overall Impression — 6
I play much classical musical, rock, and metal. This can be good at certain times for these genres, but deffinitely not a prime choice. I have been playing for a few years and have played with a few different pedals and this is by far the worst. This is not a product I would buy again. This isn't even a product I oftenly use. The only reason to get this would be if you are a begginer guitarist seeking to experiment with your first pedal, and still, only if you are quite low on funds. Being that this pedal is only 30 dollars it's a decent peice of equipment though.
Reliability & Durability — 5
You can most certainly not depend on this pedal. Though it has not happened to me, I have heard many reports of these just randomly going postal after only a few months. I would without a doubt make sure I had backup if I were to use this for a gig, though it would probably be the backup.
Ease of Use — 8
This pedal is cheap. That is it's biggest pro. It is pretty easy to figure out how to use it. Only a couple minutes of tinkering at most untill you know how to do what you want with it. The manual told me how to do the one and only thing that wasn't obvious(changing the batterie). I haven't tried any editing or modding on the device. It probably wouldn't be worth the effort.