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    MXR DD11 Dime Distortion Effects Pedal

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    Overall:
    ********** 9.5 out of 10
    Quality:
    *********.* 9.4 out of 10
    The Wow Factor:
    *********.* 9.1 out of 10
    Ease of Use:
    ********** 10 out of 10
    Features:
    ********** 8.8 out of 10
    Value:
    *********.* 9.2 out of 10
    Sound:
    ********** 9.6 out of 10
    Manufacturer Support:
    ********.** 8.3 out of 10

     

    User Reviews for MXR DD11 Dime Distortion Pedal


    Overall:
    **********9 out of 10
    Features:
    **********9 out of 10
    Quality:
    **********9 out of 10
    Value:
    **********8 out of 10
    The Wow Factor:
    **********9 out of 10
    Sound:
    **********9 out of 10

    100% of users found this reviews helpful (2 votes).

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    By a customer from ionisys.com

    Submitted: 4/2/2005

    Style of Music: very mixed and diverse - lots of rock

    Experience: recording hobbyist for over 20 years - guitarist for almost 30 years

    "Great pedal!"

    Sound:
    Ok... I got BOTH the MMX Dime Distortion AND the BOSS Metal Zone. MX just sounds more "tube" and sounds much better for recording on the computer. BOSS Metal Zone has a little more crunch (and might work a little better with a microphone) but sounds more transistor and buzzy. Both had some terrible feedback ... which is to be expected from that much distortion. I recorded what both sound like using a digital recording program on the computer and wish I could post the MP3s. I liked the MXR even better when it was 4 guitars together panned out from each other. NICE! My take? I like the MMX Dime Distortion a little better... especially for digital recording - I didn't have to mic my guitar and it sounded authentic tube. I like that thicker tube sound. It's a slight bit cleaner sound than the BOSS but still has that nice crunch-crunch-crunch. Those two are the leading distortions on the market right now so I only tested the two. (All this was tested on an Ibanez AT300 guitar, a PC using a multitrack program, and a 15 watt RMS Crate amp).
    Feature:
    It's a tank. 5 knobs and 2 push buttons. (Just FYI: The BOSS Metal Zone has slightly better EQ settings)
    Quality:
    My little scoop button doesn't light up... not sure if it's supposed to.
    Manufacturer Support:
    N/A - never had to contact them
    Value:
    It's a little too expensive in my opinion. I think $75-$90 would be more reasonable.
    The Wow Factor:
    Looks pretty decent... has great reviews... endorsed by Dime Bag from Pantera (which I don't like because it's cheezy and jacks the cost up)
    Overall:
    I'm happy with it. Now I'm going to run it through some EQs and tube filters and see what I get. muhahaha
    Overall:
    **********10 out of 10
    Features:
    **********8 out of 10
    Quality:
    **********9 out of 10
    Value:
    **********10 out of 10
    The Wow Factor:
    **********8 out of 10
    Sound:
    **********10 out of 10

    67% of users found this reviews helpful (3 votes).

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    By a customer from hotmail.com

    Submitted: 7/12/2003

    Style of Music: A combination of Radiohead, Deftones, and At the Drive-In

    "MOST VERSATILE DISTORTION EVER"

    Sound:
    Screams versatility. Can get Tube Screamer tones all the way through to Grindcore stuff. Sounds great through Twin Reverb.
    Feature:
    5 knobs: Output, the standard Treb, Mid, Bass and Gain. Also a switch that I think compresses the sound. Only qualms I have with the setup is that I wish the tiny compressor button was bigger.
    Quality:
    This should last you a lifetime. Tough metal case...switch is made from same.
    Manufacturer Support:
    Never needed customer assistance.
    Value:
    Cheaper than those boutique amps.
    The Wow Factor:
    Its pretty much perfect...I only wish it wasn't endorsed by Dimebag Darrell. That fact alone probably tacks on about 20-30 bucks to the price.
    Overall:
    Sounds good right out of the box. Minimal fiddling.
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