- Low Amp "vintage" transistor. Made in the 70s (the firm is in fact more). It dlivre approximately 70W (low power for the transistor, a single large default I think).
Connectors and are rglages-simple. There are two identical channels with each of Bass, Treble and Volume, with two inputs on each channel. At the rear, three outputs: Speaker 1 & 2 and Booster Output, all under 8ohms.
- For configuration is extremely easy, given the short rglages.
It sounds a branch and has not going away. At this level not need manual!
- It's an amp the sound is typ trs trs round with beacoup of prsence and bass. It should, however for many styles (I play Hardcore and Mtal), as you are looking for roundness (JP Jones of Led Zep playing the era of Acoustic amps). It has vintage charm without lights, but there is evidence that some are optional for the sound.
Be careful because the same head dveloppe very low and if you push it too is likely to overload the amp (and it's not like the lamps is not very saturated s nice). I use a Fender Jazz Bass with which it marries well trs.
In short this is not a versatile amp trs or the modern sound but if you are looking for something trs round with a beautiful color "vintage" is perfect.
- I have been using Two years after having bought it for nothing (200 I think) and it seems indestructible!
Strengths: its big sound well-typed (I've never heard something similar), its simplicity of use (we do not take the head for a ring).
Weaknesses: its low power and relative lack of versatility.
Personally I love it even if I will buy something more powerful to be able to live alone.
If you see a price honnte a try and if your the type of sound, Do not hesitate one second!