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moosers 17/01/2010

Fender Telecaster (1963) : la opinión de moosers (content in English)

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The HomeBrew Electronics Big D is a distortion pedal designed for electric guitar.<span> </span>The pedal is pretty standard as far as its characteristics, as it has the standard ¼ inch connections for in and out and is powered by a 9 volt power supply.<span> </span>The pedal is also pretty compact and isn’t rack mountable as it is a stomp box.

UTILIZATION

<p class="MsoNormal">The HomeBrew Electronics Big D pedal has an interesting make up, as it isn’t too much like other distortion pedals out there.<span> </span>It has somewhat standard parameters for gain, tone, level, and ‘bigger,’ but then it has a diode selector and a switch to engage a ‘bigger’ sound. <span> </span>However, after playing with the pedal for a little bit I was able to get a pretty good idea of how to use it.<span> </span>I do have a lot of experience with different distortion and overdrive pedals, but I believe that even those who don’t have much experience should be able to figure out how to use it on their own without the help of a manual.


SOUND QUALITY

<p class="MsoNormal">I’ve used the Big D pedal in tandem with a Fender Strat and a ’76 Fender Twin Reverb, and I was definitely happy with the sounds that I was able to get within this configuration.<span> </span>The tone of the HomeBrew Electronics Big D can be described in a word as huge.<span> </span>While it is definitely possible to get more subtle overdrive sounds, this pedal’s bread and butter is in its thick and fat distortion tones.<span> </span>The Big D works for both rhythm and lead tones, but I would say that I like it best for lead sounds…

OVERALL OPINION

HomeBrew Electronics is a company that I’ve only recently started using their pedals, but in the short time that I’ve used them I’ve become a big fan of them, especially the Big D.<span> </span>This pedal has some seriously huge distortion tones that are great for a variety of circumstances and situations.<span> </span>While this isn’t the cheapest distortion pedal on the market, if you’re looking for something a little more substantial than your average distortion or overdrive pedal, definitely investigate the Big D.