150W transistor amp at the time Made in Germany. For connectors, see characteristics in the info tab.
Very simple configuration, no need of the manual, the sound is excellent, the settings are racidaux, the boost do their job well. A slight loss in the sub bass, but midrange sublime!
The sound is somewhat compressed on the other hand, this may be offset via the button subsonic.
At the time, I played the'' 70 Rock, and I think it lacked bass, but at the same time, the guitarists played on double body marschmall as nags, so with its 150w, I was just a little power level.
When I started doing jazz, it was perfect! This amp allows for mediums fabulous! The sound is very clear, that not drool a bit short, great amp!
At the time, I played on Fender Roscoe Beck Signature, Jazzbass mexww and warwick thumb 5 string.
It's been over 15 years that I have, it remains now to my parents for when I go there, especially the beef type with my father!
I tried a few models before you buy it, but I fell in love with her he delivered!
What I like most is its sound, its settings, its transparency.
What I like least is its weight (very heavy, I think, finally, 23 KG), and carrying handles that are poorly located and who tend to make keys wrist when moving it (Judoka inside).
Otherwise, it's really a great amp!