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Fryette Amplification Two Fifty Two Black Beauty
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«  The best PA market at present »

Publié le 06/26/12 à 16:40
Version 6L6 very good 2502

UTILIZATION

Very easy to use, plug the preamp, the firm and it rolls.
Volume controls, presence, depth, which really swell the sound fairly impressive.
Switch to switch to 25W front, and a voice that adds (again) over his body.

SOUNDS

I play rock, funk, metal (to death melodic neo)
Used with a JMP1 and a peavey RockMaster, deemed dry enough, the VHT and turns it completely erase the default seems to accentuate this preamp for all grades.
The black beauty meets the grain of the preamp, and adds its own touch: a headroom of madness, an impressive scale, unmatched dynamics (seriously even in high-end headers, normally more "direct", I have not found it )

OVERALL OPINION

I for one year.
I tested before Carvin, the mesa Two Fifty, a recent engl 50W.
Nothing that comes close to the black beauty, we're really in another category.
Sharper, edged, rough or "large" in the 2502 EL34 in my opinion.
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