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Bass Guitar Amp Head from Warwick belonging to the Pro FET series

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  • papatourspapatours

    It is clear ...

    Warwick Pro FET 3.3Published on 03/13/11 at 11:03
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    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The price is the amplifier and speaker.
    A transistor (MOSFET)
    300 W into 4 Ohms I plugged in a WCA 115 Pro and the sound is very good funk to round or heavy. Gain with trimmings clipping.
    Compressor switchable input,
    a switchable contour to sculpt the sound,
    four tone knobs, bass, mid low and high, sharp,
    Two switches: for deep bass,
    bright for slamming,
    and especially to avoid the clash at startup, mute.
    Single rear connector, 1 x Hp (in jack or speak it), effects loop and an output line to the tuner.
    Therefore not effective but a preamp section that allows complete sculpt his sound easily.

    I want to start or what not all switches.

    UTILIZATION

    I'm not a pro but I fin…
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    The price is the amplifier and speaker.
    A transistor (MOSFET)
    300 W into 4 Ohms I plugged in a WCA 115 Pro and the sound is very good funk to round or heavy. Gain with trimmings clipping.
    Compressor switchable input,
    a switchable contour to sculpt the sound,
    four tone knobs, bass, mid low and high, sharp,
    Two switches: for deep bass,
    bright for slamming,
    and especially to avoid the clash at startup, mute.
    Single rear connector, 1 x Hp (in jack or speak it), effects loop and an output line to the tuner.
    Therefore not effective but a preamp section that allows complete sculpt his sound easily.

    I want to start or what not all switches.

    UTILIZATION

    I'm not a pro but I find the sound I want quickly.
    Each setting is intuitive and I get to ring my EDB 605.
    Only downside, I did not grow at high volume to play with the group.
    Seriously I found a little sub to add a 211 or 410 u above Warwick history ringing 300W announced.

    SOUNDS

    Yes, I can have all sound except the input distortion, it is very right, if I want to distort or saturate jy put a pedal, in fact I tested it with one or two guitars, and gives as well.
    Since it is very direct and not too colorful, it takes good chorus or reverb effects that I can add to the bass.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it now for two months and I would put the edits as you go.
    In any case I think it already sounds better than I have in the amp Repeat ': a combo Ibanez SW 100 which saturates quickly because it plays against a battery with two guitars
    But do not spit in the soup Ibanez lent me.
    I look forward to the opportunity to take her to the local.
    I've played on other amplifier under test at various stores with my bass. I saw this one on e net, one or two comments on its predecessor, as well as videos of games on it, I'm not disappointed.
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