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Carlsbro Sherwood SignaturePublished on 11/26/04 at 07:57
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- Power: 85 Watts RMS
- 1x12 "Celestion + tweeter with an activation switch
- Phase Switch,
- 2 channels:
Channel 1: input high-impedance passive, active and piezo with gain control, 3-band EQ with semi-parametric mids for, switch to activate the reverb with level control.
Channel 2: XLR balanced microphone input with low impedance gain control, 2 band EQ (bass & treble), switch to activate the reverb
- Master Volume & Reverb,
- Effects loop, line out and headphones on rear panel

UTILIZATION

Very simple configuration, the handling is extremely simple ...
The sound is crystal clear and remarkably neutral.

SOUNDS

With an Ovation Celebrity, the sound is perfect. Not......
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- Power: 85 Watts RMS
- 1x12 "Celestion + tweeter with an activation switch
- Phase Switch,
- 2 channels:
Channel 1: input high-impedance passive, active and piezo with gain control, 3-band EQ with semi-parametric mids for, switch to activate the reverb with level control.
Channel 2: XLR balanced microphone input with low impedance gain control, 2 band EQ (bass & treble), switch to activate the reverb
- Master Volume & Reverb,
- Effects loop, line out and headphones on rear panel

UTILIZATION

Very simple configuration, the handling is extremely simple ...
The sound is crystal clear and remarkably neutral.

SOUNDS

With an Ovation Celebrity, the sound is perfect. Not need too many effects, sound "typical" spring ovation impeccable ...
For the voice I have not done the tests and I complete in a while ...

OVERALL OPINION

I've had two weeks

Without hesitation the best value for money in this game after testing articles marshall, behringer, and all the amps around € 400 equivalent, there's no picture!

Good, but, if the model above 120 watts, just more expensive!!
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Carlsbro Sherwood SignaturePublished on 12/30/04 at 18:11
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Amp really ddi acoustic guitar.
2 inputs, connectivity and basic but sufficient rglages, no frills.
In Eq, low / medium for semi-paramtrique/aigu between guitar.
For the 2nd between (choose between hi-jack or XLR low z), only bass / treble, but it's enough.
Just a rverb spring, anecdotally, that can be nice s'avrer is unusable, ca dpend place and rglages. Any y 'insert derrire fawn. Also a small company of dclenchement pedals, but I have not tried.
The small tweeter switchable more: the beginners, you may feel that it is nonexistent.
In this small Ralite option can s'avrer INTERESTED trs to play on the intelligibility of the sound, the voice for example, between the 2nd.
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Amp really ddi acoustic guitar.
2 inputs, connectivity and basic but sufficient rglages, no frills.
In Eq, low / medium for semi-paramtrique/aigu between guitar.
For the 2nd between (choose between hi-jack or XLR low z), only bass / treble, but it's enough.
Just a rverb spring, anecdotally, that can be nice s'avrer is unusable, ca dpend place and rglages. Any y 'insert derrire fawn. Also a small company of dclenchement pedals, but I have not tried.
The small tweeter switchable more: the beginners, you may feel that it is nonexistent.
In this small Ralite option can s'avrer INTERESTED trs to play on the intelligibility of the sound, the voice for example, between the 2nd.
The power (80W, nickel is: should push for breath. More than enough for small rooms and even a bit larger!)

UTILIZATION

The sound kills! Little breath, a subtle grain, the dynamics of the presence, on a guitar vritablement Eq effective. The look is vintage trs, trs vintage reverb is, but just it just be funny. Although it back exploitable, ca dpend, but with great moderation Obviously, if the soup hello feedback.
As the weight is not untransportable, but even when heavy, einh.

SOUNDS

To play with my semi-hollow I takamine Squizz much of the medium around 800Hz, I ride the highs, and I get sound extremely clear: to intimate the game is the top. But you can really sculpt the sound with the medium parameter. As for bass, there is Reserved, no problemo.

For a live guitar / voice is impeccable. I am in favor of spare guitar amps and amps for voice intelligibility but with a good voice is suited rglage Submitted trs, it's great (with a SM58. Unless compltement turn the bass, in the case of use of proximity hsiter prvoir not a good anti-pop and it's all good APRS). I also tried with 2 guitars at the same time (the guild of my brother) is nickel, sherwood dbrouille is both a classic sound with a folk sound, and despite the fact whether one HP, the sounds are pretty good spars (in this case, the small tweeter is useful for "place" the folk against the acoustics). But to talk about what I know best, for the "nylon" I have never seen an amp also adapted in this price range and even a little above: the slightest friction is rendered with much finesse Obviously unknown amps to electric currents DDIS (by the way, I use a small jasmine takamine).

Argh, this amp with my guitar, I love it.

OVERALL OPINION

Chipotons. We'll have an AIM chorus, reverb other than "because it's spring when even a little cartoon or 60s but hey you clings! adjustment of the medium between the 2nd and an anti-feedback ... good, but rest assured, there's no issue larsen particular problem.

But I quibble really. This is a great amp, I trs, trs content: APRS many tests, I found the amp that suits me. Ms. Marshall's DDIS acoustics, I found them less convincing. The Roland trs are good but when even a little too expensive if you want the quality. The Fender and others do not seem to me not quite a game suited ar.

For intimate music for a game for a soft Retailer INTERPRETATION "pique" in need of amplification, which knows how to forget, something felt but not soft, or even a classic game, I find this choice quite IDAL.
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Carlsbro Sherwood SignaturePublished on 05/14/09 at 13:42
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Power announcement tration, and discuss ...: 85 Watts
Quality of the coating not terrible trend debonding.

UTILIZATION

Overall, relatively simple to use.
Nevertheless have, attention to feedback, especially with guiatres medium to low range.

SOUNDS

Its really means, made a noise, without more, even with a good scene guitar (Takamine 1300).
The 85 Watt ads are very poorly restitus: there are many casualties.
Too bad, because given the weight it would carry s'puiser for anything other than to hear falter.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had it too long and I'm too little was, and is also for sale.
This amp does not necessarly want to play electro, even when it ncessaire.
This......
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Power announcement tration, and discuss ...: 85 Watts
Quality of the coating not terrible trend debonding.

UTILIZATION

Overall, relatively simple to use.
Nevertheless have, attention to feedback, especially with guiatres medium to low range.

SOUNDS

Its really means, made a noise, without more, even with a good scene guitar (Takamine 1300).
The 85 Watt ads are very poorly restitus: there are many casualties.
Too bad, because given the weight it would carry s'puiser for anything other than to hear falter.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had it too long and I'm too little was, and is also for sale.
This amp does not necessarly want to play electro, even when it ncessaire.
This is not a true 85 Watts, I think it is better to buy a smaller power amp and get a better sound reproduction.
I think of the Marshall AS50D (formerly AS50R) which for a relatively reasonable prices (from memory, similar to Carlsbro) is much intressant, both in the quality of manufacturing, quality and sound tural power.
For my part, I Whereas the report qualitprix pretty mediocre.
It was my first amp, and he almost got dgouter of electro.
Well, after all, the tastes and colors ...
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  • Manufacturer: Carlsbro
  • Model: Sherwood Signature
  • Category: Acoustic-Electric Guitar Amplifiers
  • Added in our database on: 11/22/2002

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