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  • TionlineTionline

    Carlsbro Sherwood Baby 30Published on 08/23/04 at 16:28
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    30W transistor amp
    Two between Jack 6.35 (one active, one passive), an input and output for effects, a Line Out jack, all still in the format Jack 6.35.
    The little knobs: gain, volume, legalization, etc. rverb. short, nothing amazing ...

    namely, custom settings apply to both inputs simultanment! Can not rgler instruments Manir indpendante. Too bad but the price can not have everything ...

    The look is excellent I got: ugly!! Personally, I ME TO RE-DO-but I know some people are allergic to!

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is no longer a simple 10 minutes of practice enough to go around the bte.
    The manual is almost nonexistent, a sheet of paper with explanations in English......
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    30W transistor amp
    Two between Jack 6.35 (one active, one passive), an input and output for effects, a Line Out jack, all still in the format Jack 6.35.
    The little knobs: gain, volume, legalization, etc. rverb. short, nothing amazing ...

    namely, custom settings apply to both inputs simultanment! Can not rgler instruments Manir indpendante. Too bad but the price can not have everything ...

    The look is excellent I got: ugly!! Personally, I ME TO RE-DO-but I know some people are allergic to!

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is no longer a simple 10 minutes of practice enough to go around the bte.
    The manual is almost nonexistent, a sheet of paper with explanations in English but it would no problem!
    Sound, TRS wish is neutral (very) easily adjustable.
    In short, this amplifier has done its rle in the direction o. .. amplifies it, and not much else! (Not fancy, that the efficiency ...)

    SOUNDS

    I play it with my two guitars only m'amplifier, so I only hear the sound of my instrument ... louder! was lucky, that's what I was looking for!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought it seven years and I have no regrets! It is still new, still works as well and for 300 Euros (when I bought it), I do not think I made a bad deal.
    With exprience, I would do this choice ... no hsitation.
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  • Jac0Jac0

    Carlsbro Sherwood Baby 30Published on 05/09/08 at 07:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - Transistor 30 Watts,
    - HP 10 + 1 tweeter
    - 2 impdance between high and low according to the electronic guitar (dj but I used both at the same time for a dpanner collgue)
    - Phase inverter,
    - 3-band EQ with semi-paramtrique for mdiums,
    - Rverbration spring (outer casing screwed the rear, via a deuxime insert)
    - Gain of amplifier level and spars,
    - Insert for effects loop,
    - Line-out.

    UTILIZATION

    The setup is super easy, no frills, no need the manual.

    SOUNDS

    Should those who want a sound Fidler, no typ. This is an acoustic amplifier, it amplifies the sound of the guitar, but does not have an original sound CRER.
    One for EQ: EQ medium semi-paramtrique be very......
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    - Transistor 30 Watts,
    - HP 10 + 1 tweeter
    - 2 impdance between high and low according to the electronic guitar (dj but I used both at the same time for a dpanner collgue)
    - Phase inverter,
    - 3-band EQ with semi-paramtrique for mdiums,
    - Rverbration spring (outer casing screwed the rear, via a deuxime insert)
    - Gain of amplifier level and spars,
    - Insert for effects loop,
    - Line-out.

    UTILIZATION

    The setup is super easy, no frills, no need the manual.

    SOUNDS

    Should those who want a sound Fidler, no typ. This is an acoustic amplifier, it amplifies the sound of the guitar, but does not have an original sound CRER.
    One for EQ: EQ medium semi-paramtrique be very useful to remove the "buzz" low-medium which prevents placing the guitar in a mix, or high-medium which the guitar sound like a pan, without sacrificing the clarity of the treble. More gnralement, EQ Ragit well and can adjust his sound to the style of music, gaming, balance with partners, ...
    The sound is Fidler, trs clean and neutral. For strange effects (delay, ...), you must use the effects loop is an amplifier, not a multi-effects.
    The rverberation MRIT has to exist ... Personally, I do not worship the sound "vintage" of spring reverb, so I use the rverbration a multi-purpose space in the loop.
    Also for a phase inverter, not often Submitted in this price range and useful in the hunt "Larsen."

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for two years. J'apprcie its simplicity of use, versatility (complte connectors), its reliability / durability, price, weight and look the old brown dor. I am glad trs, with BMOL for rverbration, too type "spring" to me. In this price range, I would do this choice, sr.
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