Annonces Red Llama Overdrive MkI
There aren't too many pedals out there that are easier to use than the Way Huge Electronics Red Llama Overdrive. Users on all levels should be able to understand the basic make up found here as the pedal simply has parameters for volume and drive, with no other parameters to work with in the mix. There isn't too much more to say about using the pedal, except that I don't think you need a manual at all with this pedal.
The Way Huge Electronics Red Llama Overdrive has an overall really cool sound. I can't think of any pedals that I could compare it to, as the Red Llama Overdrive is literally an animal of its own. I've used the pedal with a Fender Jazzmaster and a '76 Fender Twin Reverb for a recording session, and was very pleased with the outcome. The pedal is great for giving you a subtle overdrive boost, but it can also crank as well to give you some nice fuzz. It isn't the most versatile pedal considering the small amount of parameters, but this doesn't bother me at all because the sounds that it does get are top notch.
Beyond the one that I used, the Way Huge Electronics Red Llama Overdrive pedal seems to be pretty rare. I haven't seen any others out there, and I don't personally own one. However, it was a great pedal to have around in the studio as it helped to achieve the sound I was looking for on this particular recording session. I don't really know anything about the price or anything like that, but regardless of it, this is a very cool pedal worth investigating into if you're looking for an off brand overdrive pedal.
This pedal is an absolute breeze to use. The simple, two-knob structure makes editing on the fly pretty easy. There are simply knobs for volume and drive (output level and gain). It's a pretty easy pedal to use, and it's easy to get good sounds as there really aren't any settings that sound bad. There's absolutely no need for a manual.
While advertised and labeled as an overdrive, I think that this pedal is actually a blend of overdrive and distortion. There's really no way that an overdrive should have the potential to be this heavy. Not that it's an overwhelmingly heavy sound, but it's a tougher sound than most overdrive boxes will give you. I'd say it's more of a mild distortion. It sounds good for lighter rock stuff, and actually has enough drive contained in it to be a great sound for leads, especially when being played over a relatively calm backing track. I wouldn't recommend it for a hard rock act, unless they need a lighter distortion for rhythms. Really rocking out, though, would require something else with more guts like a heavy fuzz or distortion.
I think that this is a rather cool device. For the folk-rock, country-rock, and blues-rock kind of guys who don't wanna get too heavy, this is a really solid choice. I'd say that more often than not, I could find some use for it in my setup. I don't know how much they usually run. I doubt you'd have to pay more than 160 or so for it, after that you'd be getting ripped off. It's totally worth that price tag as it consistently brings quality sound. I haven't had it long so I don't know how reliable it is, but since I don't really gig with it I can't say for sure.
- Fabricant : Way Huge Electronics
- Modèle : Red Llama Overdrive MkI
- Catégorie : Overdrives guitare
- Fiche créée le : 13/02/2010
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