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    ColorSound ToneBender

    ToneBender, Fuzz guitare de la marque ColorSound.


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    • Fabricant :ColorSound
    • Modèle :ToneBender
    • Catégorie :Fuzz guitare
    • Fiche créée le :26/04/2004

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    moosers16/09/2010

    L'avis de moosers(contenu en anglais)

    ColorSound ToneBender
    The ColorSound ToneBender is a vintage fuzz pedal that has also been reissued as a fuzz pedal in recent years. This review is for the original ToneBender however, which I believe was first made in the mid 1970's. It can be powered by a nine volt battery, which is the method that was used while I was using the pedal, and I don't remember if it also had a power supply jack. It's an analog pedal consisting of 1/4" connections and isn't rack mountable as it's a foot pedal.

    UTILIZATION

    Using the ColorSound ToneBender is super simple. It isn't limited even though it's only got three knobs either, as you can get a good amount of varying tones just from these three parameters, which are for sustain, tone, and volume. As anyone can see, it's a really simple make up so there's no need for the assistance of a manual.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The tone of the ColorSound ToneBender is what has given it it's reputation over the years. It's definitely a traditional sort of fuzz box with a really huge sound to say the least. It's perfect for getting that classic fuzzy distortion, but I like it a lot because it doesn't blur the notes and you can still hear the musically elements of what is being played. I've used it primarily for rhythm guitar parts, but it could be useful for lead as well in the right situation. I've only used the box with electric guitar - mostly a Fender Stratocaster and a '76 Fender Twin Reverb, so I think I'm getting a true picture of what the pedal sounds like. I could see it being useful for keys as well, but I've yet to have the chance to try.

    OVERALL OPINION

    There aren't too many ColorSound ToneBenders out there, but you can definitely still find them used if you've really got your heart set on getting one. However, be warned that it will cost you a very decent amount of money! I'm not sure it would be worth the price of a used one considering what they usually go for, but if you're a collector of vintage pedals this is certainly one to be aware of. The ToneBender sounds awesome for sure, but I wouldn't buy one myself since I don't use traditional fuzz that much and I couldn't afford this if I did! If you ever come across a vintage ToneBender, it's definitely going to be a pedal you want to hear.
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