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Q & A
I really cant't say. I did not purchase this this product however I did purchase the Cline Tantrum and that did not come with a power supply. The pedal that I purchased operate on the standard 9 volt power supply. Not quite sure if this answers your question.
By Mojohand on July 1, 2018
It will technically work, but the bass frequency range is so different than guitar you may not get the results you want. Id get an eq designed specifically for bass myself.
By Aron Bowen on April 11, 2018
I received NO cables with the one I received.
By Brian R. Hoehn on September 5, 2017
William, Thanks for the interest here. The adapter that comes with the unit is a 120/220V free voltage meaning it will work with your power there. It is the 3 prong US wall end however and you would only need an adapter that goes from US to your wall configuration. Should be readily available almost anywhere.
By Jason on May 18, 2017
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July 5, 2017
Pretty hard to fault the Caline Sand Storm for anything given its price and solid build quality. But of the Caline pedals I have tried (Orange Burst, Pure Sky, English Man), this one probably impressed me the least, so I feel a 4-star review is appropriate. It's becoming apparent that certain Chinese brands (notably Donner and Caline) are rehousing and re-branding pedals that were sold as a different Chinese brand. My assumption is that this is done for one of two reasons: (1) To generate false hype over a "new" product, that is actually just leftover stock; (2) To clear out inventory at a discounted price while protecting the brand integrity of some of the more reputable Chinese brands. (For instance, Mooer pedals retailed at $88 for quite awhile, where as the nearly identical Donner pedals are closer to $30). With that in mind, I am about 90% certain that the Sand Storm is actually a rehoused Joyo Deluxe Crunch. The giveaways are the Marshall-flavored tones and the position of "Pre" (presence knob). This pedal actually sounds pretty good, but isn't as appealing at the higher gain Marshall tones as something like the Donner Morpher, and doesn't quite have the low end response to nail the chunkier Plexi tones. Simply put, there are just SO many affordable options covering this type of sound, they can't all be "the best". But the Sand Storm is a solid overdrive/distortion pedal, and given its minuscule resale value, I am likely holding onto it.
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By hard rock steve
December 12, 2017
I love this pedal I just might buy another in the future it gives you that classic Marshall Super Lead PLEXI sound at a great price that is very affordable check the YOUTUBE videos on this pedal and you will understand what all the buzz is about The CALINE ENGLISHMAN pedal has a great MARSHALL sound too that you can check on YOUTUBE as well!!!
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By Lao Tzu
September 8, 2017
The sound is great. It works as a clean boost, crunch boost or stand alone distortion. It is true 3PDT bypass, however it is mostly SMD components and the case feels a bit cheap. Nice blue LED. At less than 30 bucks it is great because you can certainly find some use for it. The Distortion is crunchy and somewhat marshall sounding.
August 8, 2017
I recieved this pedal as a gift. The pedal sounds good overall, but is has a very treble heavy tone. The presence and tone knob were able to remove some of the harshness, but it does not give chunky tones. This is a great pedal for the price, and has some very usable tones. If you found this review helpful, please click helpful below.
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