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작성자던빠 조회 5회 작성일 2020-11-25 20:49:39 댓글 0

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Fulltone GT-500 In Depth Demo

Guitar : Fresher Straighter
Amp : Guitar Rig 5 Super Lead Sim

제가 좋아하는 페달회사중 하나인 풀톤의 GT-500입니다.

풀톤은 흔히 쓰이는 다이오드가 아닌 Mosfet을 클리핑 소자로 사용하는걸로 유명한데(OCD가 대표적입니다.)
GT-500은 거기다 한술 더떠서 OP앰프와 다이오드를 완전히 배제하고 FET 9개 Mosfet 2개 트랜지스터 1개로 구성돼있다고 합니다.
(OCD는 OP앰프 1개와 Mosfet 2개로 구성돼있습니다.)


내용과 노브 구성만 보면 OCD이상의 역할을 해줄 것 같은데 구글링해보니까 의외로 저평가하는 리뷰가 많았습니다.
게다가 연식이 오래된 단종된 모델이다보니 소리를 파악할만한 유튜브 영상도 많지 않아서 과연 괜찮을까 의구심이 들었는데

그래도 풀톤 페달인데 나빠봐야 얼마나 나쁘겠냐는 생각으로 BB+와 교환했습니다.


기대하는 마음으로 택배를 뜯고 소리를 들어봤는데
드라이브 성향이 확실히 사람들이 많이 찾는 그런 모던하거나 깔끔한 성향은 아니긴 하더군요.

뭔가.. 멋진 뭉개지는 소리입니다.. 제 취향은 아닌..


[드라이브 부분]

드라이브 부분의 Mids 노브가 이 페달의 주요 특징중 하나인데 와우 페달에 쓰이는 인덕터가 들어가있다고 합니다.
솔직히 소리차이는 잘 모르겠지만 미드노브가 드라이브의 성격에 큰 영향을 주긴 하는 것 같습니다.

미드노브를 내릴수록 팜뮤트소리가 더 깔끔해지면서 약해지고 올릴수록 그 반대가 됩니다.

베이스노브와 하이노브는 일반적인 EQ컨트롤인 것 같은데
끝에서 끝까지 돌렸을때 바보같은 소리가 나는 대신에 뭔가 납득 가능한 소리가 납니다.
(그렇다고 그 소리가 일반적인 상황에서 쓸만하다는 뜻은 아닙니다.)
확실히 신경을 많이 써서 만들었다는게 느껴지는 부분이었습니다.

이 페달의 EQ컨트롤에 대한 실험을 몇가지 해봤는데
개인적으로 드라이브 부분의 EQ세팅은 베이스 full 미드 full 하이 3시 정도가 제일 멋진 것 같습니다.
드라이브 질감이 부글부글 끓는듯 해집니다.



[부스터 부분]

GT-500은 드라이브쪽보다는 왼쪽의 부스터쪽이 진짜 좋은 것 같습니다.

부스팅할수있는 볼륨도 넉넉하고 드라이브를 올리면 트윈리버브 느낌으로 찌그러지는 듯 합니다.



부스터, 드라이브 순서 변경 스위치

가운데에 있는 스위치로 부스터, 드라이브의 순서를 바꿀 수 있는데

부스터를 솔로할때 볼륨키우는 용도로 사용하거나, 오른쪽의 드라이브 부분의 게인부스터로 사용할 수 있습니다.

영상의 9분쯤부터 부스터와 드라이브를 둘 다 켜서 뭘 할 수 있는지 시연해봤습니다.




[개인적인 생각]

GT-500.. 확실히 잘 만든 페달이긴 한데 찐득찐득한 락, 블루스에 특화된 페달 같습니다.
이 페달로 팝 성향의 음악을 하라면 할 수는 있겠지만.. 어쩌면 그렇게해서 더 멋진 음악이 나올 수도 있을 것 같지만
선뜻 그 쪽으로 사용하고싶은 마음이 들지는 않는 것 같습니다.

전 OCD나 소버린처럼 배음이 풍부하면서 클린톤의 느낌을 살려주는 드라이브를 좋아하긴 하지만
GT-500도 나름 뻑뻑하면서 거칠거칠한 매력이 있는 것 같습니다.

그리고 소리 외적으로 제가 멋있다고 생각하는 자동차중 하나가 포드GT인데 그 자동차를 많이 생각나게 하는 외관인 것 같습니다.
(이 페달이 마음에 드는 점 중 하나입니다.)

아무튼 읽어주셔서 감사합니다 :)



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Fresher 70's Straighter(With Tesla Pickups) - TL072버퍼 - GT-500 - 기타릭5 슈퍼리드 시뮬

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Fulltone Fulldrive 3 Overdrive Pedal Review - Sweetwater Sound

Get the Fulldrive 3 overdrive pedal here: http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/FullDrive3Bk

In this video, I'm test-driving the Fulltone Fulldrive 3 overdrive pedal. It's an extremely versatile overdrive that has three voicing modes and an independent boost. It has the same basic circuitry as the highly-popular FD2 from the '90s, but with significant upgrades. The FD3 started out as a 20th anniversary, limited-run, custom shop pedal for Fulltone. It's design was in response to customer feedback and when the FD3 sold out in record time, the FD3 became a full-on production model. There's a lot of good stuff to dig into with this pedal so let's get started!

Like the FD2, the FD3 has a genuine, NOS JRC4558D chip at it's core but there are now three distinct overdrive modes to choose from. Flipping the mode switch all the way forward puts the pedal in '90s mode, which gives you the warm, original FD2 sound. This is the sound and feel of classic overdrive pedals that every guitarist knows and wants. The center position is Comp Cut mode which removes all of the diode clipping from the opamp. It's a not-so-clean boost that gets more aggressive with higher gain settings. This mode is on the FD2 and it's also a serious volume boost from the other two modes.

With the mode switch all the way down, you're in the Wide Asymmetrical mode with Class A, even-order harmonics. This brand-new mode has a nice openness, with great, top-end sparkle. The lows are focused and the mids have a certain transparency that allows the notes to speak clearly. There's plenty of gain available, but the character of it is best described as "clear."

A completely separate, Clean Boost section has also been added to the FD3. It's a JFET circuit that can be used on its own or in conjunction with the overdrive side of the pedal. It has its own level control, indicator light, and footswitch. The Clean Boost is an ultra-transparent, high-headroom boost for either raising your overall level or driving the front-end of the overdrive section of the FD3.

That can be accomplished with the Order Switch, positioned next to the Boost control; it changes the placement of the Clean Boost in the signal path. OD-Boost puts the Boost last in the chain, so it's a preset volume boost that would be perfect for going instantly from a rhythm volume to a solo volume. With the switch in the Boost-OD position, the Boost section is actually driving the Overdrive section, giving more gain and sustain with a slight volume increase. This mode would be perfect if you wanted to switch between a dirty sound and saturated sound. I had great results using this setting in conjunction with the WIDE ASYM mode. Kicking in the Boost took me from crunchy, crisp rhythm with great note separation to fat, sustaining single-lines.

Another feature on the FD3 is the Dynamics control. It's the little knob directly beneath the Boost control that is a Germanium Diode limiter. It works with the Boost side of the pedal and is specifically designed to tame the spikey transients that are often associated with clean boost pedals. I found that setting it in the 10 o'clock position was just enough to even-out the highs without being noticeable. I experimented with higher settings and the best results for me were in Boost-OD mode where the Dynamics control added a sludgy attack to the notes, causing the distortion to react in more unpredictable ways. Pretty cool, considering every other sound on the FD3 was fairly controlled but cranking the Boost and Dynamics gave the pedal a different profile.

You'll notice that I ran the pedal at 18V, which gives a little higher headroom and sounds a bit clearer in every setting to me. The FD3 operates fine at 9V too, so feel free to experiment and see which works best for you.

The FD3 is like every other Fulltone pedal in that the build-quality and overall integrity are of the highest order. Fulltone pedals are also built and designed from a guitarist's perspective, so every detail makes sense and is practical for a working musician. Hope you enjoy the Fulldrive 3 as much as I did and thanks for checking out the video!

-- Don Carr

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