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One for Yamaha.
« on: February 12, 2014, 11:21:36 AM »
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  • Well Chaps, as you have some really clever people working for you in your R&D department, I wonder whether you could come up with what I have always considered to be lacking in the market where Overdrive Pedals are concerned?

    I have always wanted a pedal that didn't sound harsh,or scratchy when engaged, but sounded warm, organic and rounded as opposed to spikey? By which I mean, when you engage it, it takes the sound you already have and just makes that more full and adds just enough drive to add to the harmonic content of the sound rather than developing it into a grind?

    Over to you clever chaps. :) :)
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