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JOYO JF-13 AC Tone Guitar Effect Pedal DI Amp Sim

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Otherwise, like you I am awaree that there are lots more options available today, but don't have experience of any. The AC Tone pedal from Joyo really captures something usually missing from most modern guitar sounds: subtle to aggressive warmth and a natural sounding overdrive. This pedal puts you in Vox territory if you are looking for a direct-to-PA solution for something like recording or an amp-less setup(like my worship scenario).

This pedal can make your clean sound sparkle by thickening the midrange and adding as much top end bite as you can take (or take away), while the distortion it offers is straight out of the USSR. We also do not accept products that are intimate or sanitary goods, hazardous materials, or flammable liquids or gases. I own Joyo American and British pedals, All tech 21 fly rigs, a Quad Cortex, Helix, Kemper, and more, and now on my board as my main direct engine is the Superblock US.Yeah it's been out a few years, just doesn't get as much attention as the 44 Magnum, maybe since the 5mm is more geared towards home players and not ideal for playing with a band compared to the 44 Magnum. I know they're different types of units, but wondering how the Joyo compares to the Quilter in terms of sound/tone. Because all other users ( who arn't born yesterday regarding our ecuipment)have no problem with there Actone's.

Currently thinking about trying it for recording as the amp simulator though - although the Amplug is great and will take some beating. Credit is provided by Omni Capital Retail Finance Ltd authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Industry norms are approximately 70%, so that 15% saving is reducing your energy bill and softening your environmental impact on the planet. Could you please report the values of the components highlighted on the gutshot above, to check if it's a straight copy of the Blonde, or again a slight variation ? I got a Wampler Thirty Something and tried it out recently into the front end of several amps and also the club PA.I use it for things like open mics, to use an electric on two or three songs in an otherwise all-acoustic gig, casual jam with friends. I'm no expert on patents or copyrights, but I know that disputes regarding these things are common, and hardly unique to our time.

I know a lot of guys used the Tech21 and Joyo pedals in front of their amps, but I find they lose some clarity in a way I can't easily compensate for when I run though a real amp. This particular Joyo pedal has been out for over five years at least, along with copies of other Tech 21 Character Series pedals (e. Level and drive controls add incredible range, while the 3-band eq offers even more flexibility when it comes to getting an original sound.The electric setup easily covered everything, was easy to handle under pit conditions (often very little time to switch guitars and/or pedals), and I got lots of compliments from musicians and audience on the distortion. I will sing the praises of the Ferrari California to the high heavens, but I can offer you a road test of the Miata from firsthand experience. Tried the ACtone when they first came out and found it to be a bit noisy and tone didn't sound like a Vox to me, I thought it was a pretty non-descript amp sound.

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