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SWR LA 15 (2005)
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krank68 krank68
Publié le 04/28/08 à 13:17
Transistor amplifier
100 W RMS
headphone jack
effects loop send / return through the line in jack and tuner out ... but I doubted it works REALLY well!
three-band equalizer trs effective.

UTILIZATION

This amp is REALLY very simple in its operation.
nothing superfluous is the total plug and play.
the legalization 12:00 fully respects the instrument (I use an active jazz bass and a music man stingray 5 string).
playing this one then you can sculpt the sound of rapidly fawn trs satisfactory.
the manual is very clear (some simple dcrivant leaves the machine and how to use)

SOUNDS

It's a small gig amp trs effective and versatile, you can do almost everything with the condition of not overloading the legalization in the treble.
The trunk starts quickly saturate this level and you lose the overall balance.
possde it a good momentum and encourage all of the same pitch and mdium.
I do not regret much in this amplifier well suited to the game but fingers do not quite of the same dnigre attacks free of mdiator.

OVERALL OPINION

I use RPET in two years.
It is great for its size Reduces, well built (it goes on without worry).
it can be used without problem in concert, it's VCU, taking up the bowl with a microphone, it's really far from being dgueulasse!
short stories without an amp that does not look like that is really screwed.
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