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  • Boss Distortion
  • MD-2
  • It is difficult to use but this Boss pedal doesn't disappoint. The natural context of the MD-2 is the Heavy Metal or the Hard Rock. The sound can be slightly tinny but it's valid. The price is good.

  • Zoom Floorboards
  • A2
  • An excellent multi-effects for the acoustic guitar. 24-bit and 96kHz, the 32-bit ZFX-3 chip and an advanced technology in emulation produce a very valid sound and allow a good flexibility.

  • Digitech Distortion
  • Hot Rod
  • This pedal produces three different effects: a warm distortion, the classic sound of a British Stack and an High Gain sound. The Hot Rod features 2 outputs and a speaker emulator and turns out very flexible.

  • Tascam Handheld
  • DR-100mkII
  • Compared with the predecessor it is equipped with an additional XLR input, also for the Line In, and with a digital input (TRS, 2.5mm-3/32"). The digital cable is included in the box. The built-in mics have been improved.

  • Alesis Handheld
  • VideoTrack
  • The VideoTrack is a new Alesis product. A good general quality, a composite TV output and a low price. The format is MPEG-4. Video resolution: 640 x 480.

  • Boss Handheld
  • Micro BR
  • An amazing drum machine with 300 rhythm patterns, so it can be a perfect instrument in order to study or to excercise. Another interesting function is the possibility to use it like an MP3 player.

  • Fender Vintage Modified
  • Deluxe VM
  • It features some effects with dedicated controls that make this amp a complete solution for the guitarist. The 4-button footswitch activates Drive, Reverb, Delay and Chorus. 4 tubes: two 12AX7 and two 6L6.

  • Roland Cube
  • Cube Lite
  • Substantially, it has been designed to work in conjunction with an Apple device. It can be an iPhone, an iPad or an iPod touch, via the i-CUBE LINK jack. The free CUBE JAM app for iOS can be considered the heart of the Cube Lite.