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FULLOCD Fulltone FULLOCD Fulltone OCD

Fulltone OCD

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OCD V2 er designet for å etterligne den klassiske rock gitar tonen som opprinnelig kommer fra en rør-forsterker som koker. Denne forvrengningen er nesten umulig å gjengi i en liten pedal, men Fulltone har kommet imponerende nær, og OCD høres ikke ut som noen annen pedal.

OCD har kommet med mange små oppdateringer de siste 12 årene ofte feilaktig kalt for versjon 1-2-3 osv. I virkeligheten har det bare vært versjon 1 ute på markedet med veldig små forskjeller (V1.1 til V1.7). Juni 2017 kom Fulltone en helt ny OCD V2.

Hva er forkjellig?

Den har fått Output buffer, slik at gitarlyden din holder samme nivå uansett hvor du plasserer den i dagens komplekse signalkjede og du får mer sustain av både lyden og  overtoner.  Les tekst fra Fulltone under hvis du lurer på hvorfor du vil ha buffer i signalkjeden din.

Class A configured discrete 2N5457 JFET input section, øker input impedancen til 1mega ohms, (tidligere 330k) og øker dynamikken i lyden som resulterer i at pedalen fungerer mye bedre med både singelcoil og humbucker mikrofoner.

Intern switch knapp for å velge mellom ”Enhanced Bypass TM” & True-Bypass,  ingen andre firmaer tilbyr EB siden Fulltone faktisk oppfant dette.

Dette er en pedal som maaange gitarister burde ha på pedalbrettet sitt! kom innom og test en i butikkene våres, eller trykk på linken og bestill en i nettbutikken vår, selvfølgelig med gratis frakt.

 

A downside to True-Bypass:
True-Bypass (TB) switching was the ultimate way to achieve a clean signal path for many years. Everything’s different now, most guitarists have elaborate pedalboards with 10 or more pedals being the norm, and tremendous potential for signal and tone loss with the many cables, connectors, and other pedals involved in the chain. There can be so much signal loss that it sounds nothing like the sound of a guitar with a cable straight into the front of a great tube amp. Uninspiring.

What’s the pedal industries’ solution to this problem for the last 40 years?
Unity-gain buffered bypass…i.e. a couple of Field effect Transistors (FETs) configured as unity-gain buffers ala Boss, Ibanez, etc, etc.

What’s the benefit to unity-gain FET buffered bypass?
It reduces the loading effect that occurs using long lengths of cable, and you remove the loud “popping” sound when switching the device on and off.

What’s the issue with unity-gain FET buffered bypass?
Although my ears always told me that it sounded “tinny” and that there was signal loss, with the help of a my favorite Electronic Engineer (using some very expensive test equipment) we recently documented that each unity-gain FET buffer actually cuts the gain somewhere between 0.3 to 0.6 dB. This loss of gain is in the low-Mids and Bass frequencies, resulting in that “tinny” sound now that the highs remained and some of the bass and mids are gone. Now factor in that there are two FETs per pedal required to couple the IN & OUT path, that’s an obvious loss of between 1dB-2dB per pedal.

What’s an even bigger issue with this old style unity-gain FET bypass?
It kills dynamic pick response, i.e. it kills the difference between picking soft and picking hard…Yes, when the pedal is in bypass! This to me is a deal-breaker, and while I’ve always felt this to be the case, it’s great to be able to actually see it on the scope.

What’s the solution?
Enhanced Bypass! Configuring both of the switching FET’s Class-A! By configuring a FET for gain (also referred to as wiring it “Class-A“) all the dynamics return (and then some), even if you only configure it with the slightest amount of gain, in this case: 0.3 to .06 dB.

People rave about old EP-3 Echoplexes and Ep-3 type boosters, and although they know that they love what it does to the guitar’s sound, they can’t explain why. It’s because of the Class-A FET preamp! With a Class A FET the dynamics get amplified, allowing an even greater range of expression than if you were playing through a guitar and just one cable straight into your amp. The downside with EP-3 preamps is that they throw the signal OUT-of-phase, boost treble, and cut bass. Fulltone’s EB the signal exits the pedal IN-phase and doesn’t change the EQ at all.

With OCD V2’s Enhanced Bypass you get this benefit whether the pedal is turned ON or OFF.
This means that just having the OCD turned off in your signal chain makes the whole rig sound alive, fresh, and more powerful again.