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«  Rugged, Reliable »

Published on 12/07/12 at 05:56
Value For Money : Excellent
Used for 3 years in a variety of environments (rehearsal room, cafe concert, concert hall, apartment)

her most is that the low frequencies cash without grinding. He allowed the single correct no worries & a Marshall JMP (100w) as the 80th really powerful amp used with a dual blackstar dist and a flying V for his greasy. He also served in troubleshooting, cabinet marshall original (fairly upscale) seems to have suffered somewhat this config.

Least before its full weight nearly 40KG, may also be less bright than the marshall cited previously, then this is a story of adjustment and tastes.

value for money is good. Honéreux is unbreakable but it is the speaker of a lifetime. I would do the same purchase
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