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michel_olivier michel_olivier
Publié le 11/23/06 à 02:00
Value For Money : Excellent
160W pramp two: one 12AX7 and one transistor.
Faade front rglages classic 4 Tone limiters, one for effects loop, a master, a low slecteur active / passive, a slecteur pramp.
Faade Rear: two XLR inputs / outputs for effects loop, two speakers output jack in 6.35, a line out.

UTILIZATION

Simple configuration.
Easy rglages.
No need for manual

SOUNDS

Trs good sound for all styles.
Many rglages more effective choices pramp duy.
May be a bit too much blowing pramp lamp ... (But my lamp must be changed).
Suitably heavy, but also funk, fusion, jazz ...

OVERALL OPINION

Trs qualitprix good value.
Buy for less than the CTE, but worth the price l.
Branded Genz-Benz is so solid, manufactured San Diego I think, it seems that the after-sales service is srieux.
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