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  • rackmanrackman

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    Chillamp Classic 410Published on 03/26/13 at 06:42
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I needed a versatile sound, warm with a grain giving it character. Fan of blues rock, rock and roll pioneer and overthrow post punk years 8O where the bass has its sentences good at it, this Classic Vintage cab in its airy, warm and bouncing decided the course of events.

    The 4x10 provides the right balance in my opinion between the bass and treble and the definition given here, the attack
    and body searched.

    I use an amp with Weber 200 Mywatt nine handmade from Germany and I have trouble to ring my Mesa F-30 as it should. The bass is a Jazz bass reissue U.S. 75 and I think I have found the winning combo. Beautiful definition, depth and pleasure to create and play.


    For technical h…
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    I needed a versatile sound, warm with a grain giving it character. Fan of blues rock, rock and roll pioneer and overthrow post punk years 8O where the bass has its sentences good at it, this Classic Vintage cab in its airy, warm and bouncing decided the course of events.

    The 4x10 provides the right balance in my opinion between the bass and treble and the definition given here, the attack
    and body searched.

    I use an amp with Weber 200 Mywatt nine handmade from Germany and I have trouble to ring my Mesa F-30 as it should. The bass is a Jazz bass reissue U.S. 75 and I think I have found the winning combo. Beautiful definition, depth and pleasure to create and play.


    For technical here's what you can find on their website:


    Speakers: Celestion ferrite GREEN LABEL

    Casing: 13-ply poplar, thickness. 18 mm

    2 handfuls kind marshall mini steel.

    1 + 2 jack connector plate 2speakon.

    4 rubber feet.

    Protective steel corners.

    No tweeter

    4 or 8 ohm impedance (depending on model)

    SOUNDS

    Neutrality announced by Hi-Fi design, neutrality and purity of sound found, which is not really the case in an Ampeg 4x10 cabinet that I have tried and are designed with this in mind a typical Ampeg sound.



    Here, you are responsible for what you are doing. Your game and lower are chosen first in line of sight. The acoustics of the instrument electronics are respected. This is both broad and precise and limitations will only come from your imagination when choosing a cabinet inappropriate.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I searched for some time on the net speakers, amps, notice while wondering what I really wanted in sound and peregrinations in wanderings, I stumbled upon this French manufacturer of south- western France.



    Being on holiday in the area, I went to pick him last summer directly from the producer to Pau. Home to the height of the work performed. It is nourished and technical advice in musical exchanges enthusiasts. And where it is strong-will be angry because I have chauvain amp and Fender instruments is that it is French.



    I played before on B3 combo amp ampeg U.S. which was very nice but the performance at frequencies has nothing to do. Well I do not really know if it is worth to compare the power amp used and having absolutely nothing to do. But I played ampeg SVT classic and baffle, and although the sound was good and close to what I wanted, the price quality ratio is unbeatable here.



    The price of the 4x10 cab Chillbass is 800 euros which is reasonable compared to orange cab in the same category or ampeg slightly more expensive.



    With experience, I inevitably do it again the same choice as I had the misfortune to try my stratocaster U.S. over hell and I regretted not having more sub.
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