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“Pedalling Away”

published 23/02/2011

AdvantagesGreat pedals that evolve as you improve as a cyclist, great for beginners

DisadvantagesCan be hard to click into every now and again

...When I bought my latest bike the shop I got it from did a point scheme, where the more money you spent the more free items you could get with your bike. Due to the cost of my bike I ended up with close to £100 to spend on additional bits and pieces. That?s how I came to end up with a pair of Shimano PD-M324 SPD click pedals. I also picked up a pair of Shimano cycling shoes but that?s a review...

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AdvantagesWide range of tones, 2 pedals in one, solid as a rock

DisadvantagesOverdrive could be better

...market, I had hoped for more. Its not awful by any means, but if youre just after an overdrive pedal, you should perhapslook elsewhere like the Boss Blues Driver which is a brilliant stand alone overdrive producer. Rating - satisfactory. Mixing the two sounds together in whatever ratios you like can yeild some cool sounds, but I always find myself veering towards the higher distortion settings...

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AdvantagesGood solid rock album.

DisadvantagesPerhaps a bit too samey.

...Main Review ------------------ I first discovered Social Distortion on a video game, of all places. It was on Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX for the Playstation, and the song Don't Drag Me Down hit me like a ton of bricks. I was mesmerised by the raw power, the passion, the blast of the music. I searched on various downloading softwares such as Kazaa, Morpheus, Audiogalaxy, WinMX, etc to find their...

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