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  • Anonymous

    AER AcoustiCube IIPublished on 11/24/02 at 12:35
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Plutt than indulge a painstaking description of this amp which is no shortage of possibilities for rglages, I advise you to check out the pdf doc in French available at the distributor Fransi: www. saico.fr / pdfs / acoustiia.pdf

    UTILIZATION

    all of these questions YES

    SOUNDS

    I was looking for a long time an amp capable of reproducing Fidler the sound of a violin and a guitar. Aps for purchasing various things (Marshall soloist, Schertler ...)
    I borrowed a 60 aer that I won in utlisation scne back on.
    The only dfault trs is that it is not powerful. It just a little silent ct of accordion or wind instrument.
    With ACOUSTICUBE, the sound is even more prcis and power …
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    Plutt than indulge a painstaking description of this amp which is no shortage of possibilities for rglages, I advise you to check out the pdf doc in French available at the distributor Fransi: www. saico.fr / pdfs / acoustiia.pdf

    UTILIZATION

    all of these questions YES

    SOUNDS

    I was looking for a long time an amp capable of reproducing Fidler the sound of a violin and a guitar. Aps for purchasing various things (Marshall soloist, Schertler ...)
    I borrowed a 60 aer that I won in utlisation scne back on.
    The only dfault trs is that it is not powerful. It just a little silent ct of accordion or wind instrument.
    With ACOUSTICUBE, the sound is even more prcis and power is to go (120W)

    OVERALL OPINION

    Everything I write is just relative because I just got it two days ago.
    I still have to push to its limits, including the attempt on scne.
    A small but BMOL. It is quite difficult to find. For my part, I pass by a luthier. Command beginners in September, I just got in late November. So if you fancy exprience, Patient ...
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  • fredfocfredfoc

    AER AcoustiCube IIPublished on 09/28/05 at 14:25
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Transistor amplifier, 120 watts, with an effect module. Finally, see description on the site AER. In the doc it sounds pretty good.

    UTILIZATION

    Pretty easy to use (except when you start to want to cascade but it was not my case). Manuel clear. I never managed to find a warm and acoustic. Full of useless effects - for my taste of course.

    SOUNDS

    on the other hand, in sound, big disappointment: The sound is not very friendly (I play a Godin ACS Slim Nylon String). It is clear that it makes the sound of the preamp godin, but since I have another amp (Laney A1 and I will invest in ashdown radiator) and then I heat. Personally, I find it cold as possible. In addition, in dir…
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    Transistor amplifier, 120 watts, with an effect module. Finally, see description on the site AER. In the doc it sounds pretty good.

    UTILIZATION

    Pretty easy to use (except when you start to want to cascade but it was not my case). Manuel clear. I never managed to find a warm and acoustic. Full of useless effects - for my taste of course.

    SOUNDS

    on the other hand, in sound, big disappointment: The sound is not very friendly (I play a Godin ACS Slim Nylon String). It is clear that it makes the sound of the preamp godin, but since I have another amp (Laney A1 and I will invest in ashdown radiator) and then I heat. Personally, I find it cold as possible. In addition, in direct, there is a very painful blows. I know that the preamp godin is not beyond reproach, but even without scratching, there has been the breath. Well it's not as if we posed a microphone on the beach with 24 knots of wind and no windscreen, but it's still painful to have to play with the equalizer to eliminate the small noise behind.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Well, I never saw him and I have kept a week. In addition, for the price, the finish is really cheap, the knobs are all mini, rubber and hair are fake and there is something that irritates me is when a case does not touch the edges of the Fund the amp. There was a day between the amplifier module and the casing. I am a little bit hard, but for me, who had heard that it was the ultimate in sound, well I prefer my Laney A1 15 times (3 times less!) Or Ashdown (2 times less and 15 times warmer). They are also less powerful and there are fewer entries, but at least it sounds warm and there's no poor in direct blows.
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