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Allan Scott AG-10Published on 03/11/08 at 10:51
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Transistor amp, 10 watts, Input jacks high, low and phone on the front. Very simple: gain, volume, and an equalizer.
On the back: Send, Return, Line out.

UTILIZATION

Extremely easy to use, the saturations obtained by pushing the gain on the bottom. The clean sound is good, the saturation is excellent for metal and industrial (hyper saturated)

SOUNDS

I tested it with several guitars: a 1974 ibanez (lawsuit), a Westone Spectrum and a Fender. The Ibanez in his round and hot did not make it great, clear sounds perfectly fine to Fender and Westone saturation was huge!

OVERALL OPINION

It's been a few months I use it on the road because it is very light for a dimension of 35x35......
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Transistor amp, 10 watts, Input jacks high, low and phone on the front. Very simple: gain, volume, and an equalizer.
On the back: Send, Return, Line out.

UTILIZATION

Extremely easy to use, the saturations obtained by pushing the gain on the bottom. The clean sound is good, the saturation is excellent for metal and industrial (hyper saturated)

SOUNDS

I tested it with several guitars: a 1974 ibanez (lawsuit), a Westone Spectrum and a Fender. The Ibanez in his round and hot did not make it great, clear sounds perfectly fine to Fender and Westone saturation was huge!

OVERALL OPINION

It's been a few months I use it on the road because it is very light for a dimension of 35x35 cm. At home I play on an old plustôt Ross and a huge H / H. Only thing to complain: it's really not a guitar amp and bass!

In short, a good little amp room at a low price on occasion (25 euros) ideal when not in place. The saturation is bad (if you like metal) and the HP 6-inch leaves a good volume for 10 watts.
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  • Manufacturer: Allan Scott
  • Model: AG-10
  • Category: Guitar Power Amplifiers
  • Added in our database on: 01/08/2005

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Other names: ag 10, ag10

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