amp transistors. 10 inch speaker. at the connection is complete: Front: entry active / passive switch with selection of a knob gain (acts more like a pre-gain volume as a distal type), a knob bass, a knob an acute Switch to swich a boost for the bright (brightness) equalizer with a swich for activation, a swith and a knob for color, a switch and a knob for the outline, a mute switch (mute) and the volume knob and General Finally, a headphone output and an input to (for mp3 ...)
rear: line XLR output, a ground lift switch, tuner output, a footswitch input and output Speakon output jack6.35 and finally the power supply, short full, complete and full hyper.
the advertised power and 250watts into 8 ohms and 500 into 4 ohms. for power I do not think it is RMS but there is something already done a lot of noise!
no effect but relatively effective corrections. we get to sculpt the sound consistently.
guard scrap (steel?)
apparently solid construction (no tips that vibrate)
the head is detachable and the whole ad a weight record of 16 kgs
the configuration of this amp is super complete, the manual is useless as the front is clear, no need to have more tank 5 so that it sounds. no sound is great right switch, it was not colored the sound of his instrument in gross gross. then groping for some of what we want is very simple. Many corrections and allow effective almost every whim whether slap, finger or pick.
with this amp, you just deal with a lot of situations, the working session on personal headphones into his room from good to repeat it in live conditions with a drummer that bit edgy amp is not declining. an important advantage: if you do a little studio you can take just the head.
if you plan to do big scenes again no worries, we add a second cabinet and move on to 500Watts and if that's not enough it is possible to transplant in the front if necessary via the line out XLR.
But do not mistake it is far from amps brands.
personally sounds fat and saturated I plug an upstream T-rex bass juice because as I said above the gain acts as a pre-volume and not as a distortion dry.
Very little breath
Very quiet fan.
I use it for a month. I play bass and GL2000 in the acquisition, I was looking primarily an amp repeated (so cheap and versatile) but ahead of both qualities for a reduced weight as I think getting rid of my Hartke combo.
I play all styles of metal except for the latter so I can not say. the rest I was pleasantly surprised: no vibration or bottlenecks even at high volume. versatility and power than sufficient to deal with a lot of situations. Although we are far from EAR amps or markbass but the quality / weight / power / price is simply unbeatable. if you're not afraid to put your prejudices aside, go for the eyes closed. Harley signs a very good amp at any point of view. after trying the Roland, EAR, and other Markbass PhilJones I remake that choice without any hesitation. thomann thank you!