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- 3 Working Modes: Piezo/Standard/Jumbo
- Full metal shell
- Very small and exquisite
- True bypass
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3 Working Modes: Piezo/Standard/Jumbo. Full metal shell. Very small and exquisite. True bypass.
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Feel compelled to write a bit more on this pedal. Really do like and have come to use it more and more. I really like the strident sound of appegiated chords on an acoustic guitar on occasion. I don't really try to get a dead ringer acoustic sound. Just a much brighter clean that accents the note separation and attack. This pedal really does that very well! Found it best to place it first in the chain, before my compressor/boost. Add reverb and/or delay to get a great sound if needed. Needs it's own isolated power as it's a bit noisy. Also you have to live with a bit of a pop when switching on/off. The pros heavily outweigh the cons. Now have two and find myself using this little guy a lot...
Still love this pedal. And it always finds itself on my pedal board. Just after the chain topper compressor/boost. I never really use it to simulate a true acoustic. It can get you a very bight - strident clean. You do have to be careful to pair it with an amp that doesn't try to filter out extreme high frequencies. I find what this pedal does with my Orange 35RT is just beautiful. Orange amps tend to be thick and dark. Bit loose on low frequencies. Yet they keep the highs very intact to keep their articulation of the Orange sound flavor. So this pedal allows for a very bright tone that still keeps a lot of the Orange lushness. Not seen any other filter/EQ type pedal that will quite match. Absolute super niche pedal that I depend on...
Set up 1: Mesa Boogie Triple Rec head with matching boogie 4x12 cab with a Les Paul Std and SG. Wasn't expecting much but did get some acoustic type sounds out of it. Was pleasantly surprised.
Set up 2: Fender Blues Jr with Epiphone Casino. Sounded terrible. Was really hoping for good things but after nearly 3 hours of fiddling with the pedal, nothing good (to me) came of this.
Set up 3: Bugera v55 head, with matching Bugera 2x12 cabinet. This was my favorite. Both the Les Paul and SG gave me good acoustic sounds that I would happily use on stage in place of lugging and acoustic with me.
At the end of the day, like any pedal, you gotta try it with your rig and your ears to decide what works for you. Many pedals you have an idea of what you are going to get, but after nearly 20 years of playing locally and professionally, I was quite surprised how much the sound varies from amp to amp and even guitar to guitar with the same amp.
One comment is that the MAC1 is marketed as being small enough to fit anywhere in your signal chain on a crowded pedal board. However the directions indicate the signal coming into to the MAC1 should be ANALOG. So I put it in front of the effects I used to "tune it in", mild tube screamer - medium reverb- mild delay. I used the MAC1 the other night with a Phaser pedal in front of it, so I was feeding the MAC1 with a digital signal & the results were a unique simulated sound for an ambient fill in on an "acoustic lead" song. The team liked it..