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Publié le 12/14/06 à 00:43
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UTILIZATION

Easy to use, large size, heavy weight, easy access, it's not the first way to youth and ca.

SOUNDS

Old electronic gnre a little breath, paramtrique prcis is a great little mre but has all of vintage and I do not see work from good old rock with something other than .

OVERALL OPINION

It is home for 10 years, I like his look, his cot antiquated sound warm and especially if it DGIG, a real grain and carractre.
I do utulise more studio for a long time, except when I need a vintage sound. with, no cheating and electronic substitution, we are in the real, it requires. to warm groundwater numriques, resume and a head Marchall have real taste of his hot, it's a tool to keep warm at all.
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