Combo amp transistor, dated late 70s early 80s a priori. This amp has a normal input and a bright entry, a stereo headphone output. The adjustments are sufficient but many can, there is a gain, and a three bands equa volume. It swings its 30 watts into a 12-inch speakers.
The settings can be many, it is very easy to find happiness, especially as the three EQ settings are very reactive. Gain and volume doing their job in a conventional manner.
Not really versatile, but a big character mid 70's. I understand that this brand have been abandoned in the mid 80's because it's a lazy amp, understand that not going to have the responsiveness of a faster / modern amp. Basically, the thing is growling in the corner with lots of roundness and a big growl. The kind of sound alright for the soul and rock to the old (palm mute + mediator, found sound low key productions Danger Mouse).
An amp that sounds really good as long as we do not ask him to release a metal sound or slap games.
Something nice when you push the gain, a surprising very natural crunch, we obtain for a transistor.
For an amp paid 15 euros (which I think makes goal because he was rotten, I do not have a problem recycle) because of a cord that was not walking, I have no regrets for nothing world this purchase. I only use it at home or in a small studio for off gig without a drummer, 30watts is really just, I was really surprised by the quality of sound that comes out. It must be said that at the time, transistors amps were not necessarily low-end stuff (see Roland JC120). If he was let go, I think I'll keep the carcass for its typical look of the time and it will stay a head of the style Ampeg Portaflex 300 or what kind of amp that wants vintage / modern.