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Lands Design Rhino Crack.epubCLICK HERE --->>> [thanks a lot luciano! hiwatts are designed to sound like that, thats the point. the overdrive section is in there for the same reason. they are designed to be pushed by the tubes. sounds like youre having a lot of fun! bjorn] hey bjorn! i need your guidence about overdrives and distortions. currently i have a costalab custom muff on my pedalboard, noisy as hell but since nobody knows about this pedal in my country, im pretty much married to it. for distortion/overdrive im not quite sure what to get. i want a overdrive for a clean boost, one for more gain and a distortion like proco rat. but is it 3 pedals necessary i was thinking in get a ocd, a green rhino from way huge (sounds like ts9) and a proco rat. but i saw your videos with the plexi drive and now im confuse what to get. does plexi drive can replace the rat should i get a soul food or a crayon instead of the green rhino [hi everyone! just wanted to share the latest addition to my pedalboard. ive made it a bit more flexible with the addition of the link wifi plug. the board runs on a single 18650 battery which is located right next to the link. the link runs on 2,400 mah capacity. there was some talk that the pedal would run out of juice after some time which i dont think will be the case. the battery is designed to last for at least a few months. im using an iphone 6 and the battery is holding up pretty well. the battery isnt replaceable, but there is a good supply of generic 18650 batteries on ali express. the idea is to be able to run the board anywhere, even without an outlet and a cable. the pedal also has a hand strap and an on/off switch. the cable is a simple one and the pedal works well with a range of cables from cheap to expensive. ive tested the pedal with the cheap, standard, cheapo and medium priced cables and the results arent all that different. ive done some comparisons with the h1 and the link and for the price, the link is clearly better in some aspects. it doesnt amplify the volume of your guitar signal like the h1 does and the pedal sounds more discreet. the link is also very light weight, and doesnt have the metal casing of the h1. the pedal comes in two colors, the original black and a shiny, white version. the solid black version is a bit darker than the white one. the transparent, chrome finish is a bit too bright for me and i would have preferred a matte finish. the pedal also has 3 switchable footswitches. one selects the pedal's behaviour (boost, regen or fuzz), a second one sets the attack and a third one sets the sustain. the board also has a dc out and can power other devices via a usb cable. one thing ive noticed is that on the whole the pedal sounds much better with the link than with the phone. the sound is smoother and cleaner. bjorn] c8b82c0f98 2b1af7f3a8