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Blue groove, the right sound of the hexagon

Chillamp 212 standard TPublished on 02/15/14 at 15:26
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212 Cabinet 500 watts, 4 ohms. Sensitivity 104 DB. 24 kg. Hp Celestion Ferrite series TF. Tweeter hf MONACOR adjustable filter eminence. Connections Speakon / jack.
White Tolex finish is superb and super neat (like all those proposed by Mr. Chillbass).

SOUNDS

212 This is good, halfway between the bottom 15 and the punch 210, and Chillbass not escape this rule. The bass is warm, fairly thick and well defined, the cab does not mind the drop. I found a slight bump in the midrange which allows a beautiful energy in a rock record and not get overwhelmed in a dense mix. The grain is warm and slightly muffled, but breathable instrument and amp head. Highs are not aggressive, well-defined...…
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212 Cabinet 500 watts, 4 ohms. Sensitivity 104 DB. 24 kg. Hp Celestion Ferrite series TF. Tweeter hf MONACOR adjustable filter eminence. Connections Speakon / jack.
White Tolex finish is superb and super neat (like all those proposed by Mr. Chillbass).

SOUNDS

212 This is good, halfway between the bottom 15 and the punch 210, and Chillbass not escape this rule. The bass is warm, fairly thick and well defined, the cab does not mind the drop. I found a slight bump in the midrange which allows a beautiful energy in a rock record and not get overwhelmed in a dense mix. The grain is warm and slightly muffled, but breathable instrument and amp head. Highs are not aggressive, well-defined crystalline and without my taste the tweeter version offers increased versatility. The tweeter MONACOR hf remains discreet but can pierce effectively without side coincoin I do not like some tweeter (the style of those cabs gallien). The sound is dynamic (even if it has no nervous side of neo), diffusion is excellent and 4 ohms no problem being heard surrounded by wild, in a small room without being transplanted.

OVERALL OPINION

Standard is the name of this series, and it characterizes. It is a versatile cab, not too typical, but not quite neutral, neither vintage or modern, it pulls out of the game in every style, he finally returns what you give it. Rendering with a aguilar tone hammer was rather typical vintage because of the nature of the head and its muffled treble. Very good combination but did not fit my needs. With my Gallien 550 fusion, the result is very convincing because of the versatility of this head. I just wish a little more growly side to be completely in harmony with the gallien head and big low mids, but the growl I think we should aim for the classic series. Chillbass is evidence of expertise in French, a case fan has a very content sewn rate main.J 'took advantage of the year-end balances and frankly even at full price this stuff is the investment! I can only advise you to go get a jump on the site Chillbass zieuter all this beautiful stuff!
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  • Manufacturer: Chillamp
  • Model: 212 standard T
  • Category: Bass Guitar Speakers
  • Added in our database on: 11/24/2013

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