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« ENGL in a pedal !! »

Published on 11/27/14 at 02:28
This is a one channel device that is all about achieving the PREAMP tone of a ENGL Fireball !!

UTILIZATION

This is a "one channel preamp" in pedal form that replicates the ENGL hi gain sound. It is meant to go straight into a poweramp or you can use the cab sim output into a PA or to record. This is NOT a distortion pedal!! Not meant (made) to go into the front input of an amp!!

SOUND QUALITY

BRUTAL ENGL hi gain sound!! Perfect dynamics and tone of a ENGL Fireball! Very accurate= think Megadeth -Endgame, Jeff Loomis. I run it into a tube poweramp and get a great tone from it. Benefits from a OD boost as well! Very tight, agressive dynamics and tone that cuts through the mix!

OVERALL OPINION

This JFET technology is just amazing. Yes it is just the Hi Gain Channel w/o a clean but it does it perfectly! At $130 this is a real treasure for people on a budget who cannot afford a hi end amp or real ENGL. Has a true bypass switch. Needs to be powered by a 12v 1.25 amp PS to get the full dynamics (will run on a 9v battery or 9v PS), this is VERY important. Amazing tone and Brutal Metal tone!! I wouldn't give mine up for anything, thanks AMT!

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