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Published on 05/27/06 at 10:32
325 W transistor
standard performance of the bowl
2 qualiseurs?
between a
no headphone jack
out effect in / out
XLR output for outdoor table cover

UTILIZATION

Archi simple
the palette of sounds is impressive
and punch! ! ! !
y 'all qualiseurs
buttons for fun
I have found my sound, and basta

SOUNDS

We are in burly former
blues, rock, super etc.
tries with distortion, bizzarre
it looks like it is not for a
jazz, subtle, harder
this is a good amp scne, which does not need to be taken to be heard by other
and then the potato is lbr /> simple
but is it good metrre between the mask because it does not default you push ds!

OVERALL OPINION

Aptly named the one!
There are 125W
is the "the" big boss
impresionant power quality and robustness
cahng against a subsequent trade mark "cote"
no regrets ....
the bte
blues for the men, the rocker who wants big sound without breaking combo in the back trainerdes 4x12 cabinets, or more ...
OCCAZ and more low prices are nice!
Rasht in a well deuxime for later ....
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