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Posted 04 September 2017 - 04:56 PM

Just traded in my MXR Dynacomp as a straight swap for a boxed Keeley 1962. Absolutely fantastic bit of kit.

I'm middling in my guitar skills and plugged in to my Vox Lil'Night Train with no idea what it would do to the tone. Wholly crap, it has transformed the amp into a serious tone machine.

A wide range of gain available (even a good touch higher than might be expected) and the harmonics come through lovely, rich and clear. Within ten minutes I had about 5 new riffs worth looking at. Super happy.

As a drive pedal I'm finding it sensational. I don't need boost as I play bass mostly but I'll let our guitarist have a shot and see what it does for solos.


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Posted 05 September 2017 - 08:27 AM

Sounds like a good piece of kit :)




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