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Pedal multiefectos Fender EXP-1 Expression

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Peso del producto1,2 Kg
Dimensiones del producto5,7 x 5,6 x 0,1 cm
Número de modelo del producto2301050000
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Producto en desde19 de agosto de 2014
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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Absolute garbage. I have never been so disappointed with a ... 15 de agosto de 2016
Por mike beck - Publicado en
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Absolute garbage. I have never been so disappointed with a guitar product than this cash grab of horrible quality, reverse out of the box function (yes, reverse. The entire setup has to be reconfigured to make it work like a normal pedal and anybody that has ever used a Wah or volume pedal before will be absolutely astounded at the stupidity that is unleashed when you first plug it in) and absolute lack of resistance or feel. I ignored the warnings, ignored the bad reviews because it is Fender, and then realized oh yea, it is a Fender product. Nothing new here with their obvious lack of concern toward their namesake and the rep that comes with it apparently.
1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Worst pedal ever 6 de junio de 2016
Por Patrick Tucker - Publicado en
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There is very little to like about this pedal except the fact that it looks good with the rest of the Mustang pedals. It functions more like an on/off switch due to its incredibly short range. It goes from about 30% to 100% in the blink of an eye. The tension holding the pedal is also literally nonexistent. If you take a step near the pedal it falls down/disengages creating a situation where you to leave you foot on the pedal at all times.
This may be ok for home practice if you are stationary and are looking for an on/off switch but I would recommend something cheaper that actually works.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good Pedal for the Mustang Series 13 de octubre de 2016
Por Rick Slingwine - Publicado en
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Good for it's intended purpose AND the hardware for which it's intended. Like everything else with the Mustang amp series you have to experiment a bit to get the most out of the equipment. It's worth it to put in the time. The settings are pretty flexible.
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Totally overpriced. It's a third the price of a ... 17 de junio de 2016
Por Rainmaker - Publicado en
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Totally overpriced. It's a third the price of a Mustang III amp. It's well built and functions well, and you're probably going to buy it, but yeah the price makes no sense when compared to the price of the amp if pairs with.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Nice Pedal . . . With A Couple Exception 26 de agosto de 2012
Por T Zero - Publicado en
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This is a nice pedal as long as you know it's strengths and limitation. It is ONLY for use with Fender Mustang III, IV & V amps, and goes between the amp and MS-4 switcher. It does a lot, when used with the FUSE software. Depending on where the pedal is in the signal chain you put it can control either Expression, Volume, Gain, Modulation Speed, Delay, Reverb... But you have to learn your way around the FUSE menu and "place" it to get it to perform the function you want it do -- After that it's very tweakable. Though it's not without it's quirks. Sometimes the Red & Green LEDs stop switching when you go between Volume & Expression modes. Though your ears will confirm which mode you're in, and unplugging and replugging the pedal gets the light switching again. The MS-4 has a similar idiosyncrasy but that's for another review. I have other Volume Wahs. But it's nice to have a pedal that doesn't use up batteries and is quiet, and with the FUSE software is capable of being more than just a Volume Wah.