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    Lonershop T-Bone 5WPublished on 09/04/08 at 13:18
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use a Laney Lionheart 5W (should not be relied ...) any lamp, consisting of a clean channel and a drive channel + reverb, an Equal 3 positions and a tone.

    implementation is super easy: unplug the cable from HP, incorporate the T-bone with cable provided with HP and that's it.

    small problem, due to the amp, cable hp amp is very short, so that I do not have enough length to ask that the T.bone on the amp ... it floats in the void behind the amp. I'll fix it in the back with Velcro at ...

    The configuration could not be simpler. there are four different Postitions, the first being the bypass. that leaves us three positions mitigation.

    The first is very slight, I do not use it.

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    I use a Laney Lionheart 5W (should not be relied ...) any lamp, consisting of a clean channel and a drive channel + reverb, an Equal 3 positions and a tone.

    implementation is super easy: unplug the cable from HP, incorporate the T-bone with cable provided with HP and that's it.

    small problem, due to the amp, cable hp amp is very short, so that I do not have enough length to ask that the T.bone on the amp ... it floats in the void behind the amp. I'll fix it in the back with Velcro at ...

    The configuration could not be simpler. there are four different Postitions, the first being the bypass. that leaves us three positions mitigation.

    The first is very slight, I do not use it.

    For the last two cons are really terrible! the first of the two can push a little amp. In his clear, we feel very well the warmth that the lamps provide the sound, very nice. But on the drive channel, my friends ... I confess to have discovered the same sounds that I did not know about my amp, because they could not push it so far. bliss. The loss of momentum is very tolerable. This does not bother me in any case not really. I did not feel that his is significantly colored by the T-bone.

    mitigation is also the highest exquisite, even if the sound is slightly compressed (retail, put in the balance, I do not have a problem with respect to attenuator gives me more than this). it allows me to clean the canal slightly cruncher, I really did not expect this by combining the T-bone in my amp ... what a treat
    side drive, again it is sublime, a big creamy overdrive, not too mushy, I love ... to give you a reference point quite subjective, with 3 / 4 of the drive, I end up with a style Stone Temple Pilots (for those who remember) in "Plush", the whole volume of background music ...

    The T-bone is well suited to my style zik (rock, classic rock, hard rock, indie, etc.. But hard-core metal and all that goes with it ...). the blueseux should also be addressed.

    I play with a G & L ASAT tele Bluesboy Classic semi-hollow and Hagstrom super swede (type LP). Again, thanks to the attenuator, the personality of the guitar is even better resort.

    As stated above, these are the two strongest attenuation which carry my preference, either in clean or crunch-saturated.

    the only question I ask myself: what would happen if we added a good overdrive pedal or distortion that infernal couple ... I feel a Maxon OD808 will not make a little detour my office one day ...

    Overall opinion? I think it's clear, non? super happy (more than I was the combination of my old Laney VC-30 and Weber Mini-Mass)

    I do not even speak of value, so that the manufacturer request is ridiculous compared to more than this little box makes my config ... and peace in my household ...
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