100 W transistor amp (no lamp!) With rverbe and compressor. 4 HP 10-inch (a push!).
Only clean sounds, although a distortion goes with good pedals but the amp is not for a.
The rglages Fawn trs are intuitive, without making head. Whatever the positions of the buttons, the sound is always good! I would say that it is enough to refine the sound to suit his game and not "do".
A WONDER SOUND, that Defines how this amp. Ideal for jazz and blues (with my ES 125 in '53, has made serious!). The sound is deep and velvety trs wish. This amp has me!
I found this amp by chance and I pay an Misra (130, knowing that it is usual to ngoc 750). I always jou on the lights but I rvis my decision (lighter, less restrictive for maintenance, trs strong and robust with the added bonus of sound rve! ).
Amp with a rare quality that must be possder!
In clean, the palette of sound is very rich, very easy to find a good sound.
the reverb is huge, "spatial"!
Amp not made for distortion, even with effects pedals sound is almost unbearable. (Boss ds1, ibanez Tubescreamer ,...)
Inherited from a parent,
I keep it even though it does not suit my style of music ...
I do not use more often, but it is an ideal amp over from jazz to blues / rock.
I used it for 3 years, I have only recently become aware of its value and its magnificent potential ...
I tried vein over a period of play was pitiful and the disto ...
I even thought a time get rid of it!
But the clean sound is incredibly rich and varied settings (lens, crunch, warm, round ...).
This receiver was part of a range used by BB King and is discoverable in time to around € 600, although it is rare.
A must for blues!