- It's a transistor amp semi open the rear and dating of the beginning of the 70s.
- It is equipped with 2 speakers 12''and although is a registered anywhere, seems to be sending 60 watts (2 x 30) as its name implies.
- There are 2 channels with their separate qualisation:
> Channel 1 has three input jack (organ, high line, low line) between 1 and DIN ("Transicord") which at least 2 simultanment are exploitable.
The qualisation is done by one of three buttons pRSET EQ (bass, medium, treeble): simple and [/ u] effective .
A knob for volume.
It prvu channel for keyboards.
> Channel 2 has 2 inputs (high line, low line).
The dose is qualisation with 2 knobs (treeble, bass).
It is the channel prvu for guitars.
Note output "Tape" (I have not tested).
- 2 Intgr effects: a Tremolo and Reverb (o probably named).
> The Tremolo who RULES rapidly and depth of sound is typical of the sixties, and can set itself to both channels.
> The spring reverb is trs is ample RULES in intensity and sets itself to channel 1.
A foot-switch allows you to grate the use of these effects.
9 / 10 channels for versatility and efficiency of qualisations.
- The setup is vintage and ultra-simple one button = one function.
- The qualisations rglages effects and are a breeze.
The amp reproduces the sound Fidler branch of the instrument with a thunderous dynamics and a potato.
Pass level 4 (out of 10) of the volume, the rendering gets nervous or rough, which gives a natural drive on keyboards.
When you do not play, the amp produces a lightweight noise that is attributable to the ge bte and technology era (a fact to me on other vintage amps ).
- Fawn gnrale rendering is wide and straight, emphasizing the quality of the instrument and your playing (I can not stand the effects that often drown the sound to mask the absence touching).
The Tremolo is excellent and the Reverb is majestic (we believe in cathedral plutt that before an amp).
- I purchased for group play by alternating electric guitar and organ with a high quality sound in each case.
- 9 / 10 for the mission accomplished.
- I have been using ending for one year.
- What I love most: the effectiveness of qualisations and Reverb.
What I like least: orders rglage the rear and weight.
- I also use a Roland Jazz Chorus for its versatility.
- The ratio quality price is not too much sense for the vintage ...
- I would do this choice, all one sees is often not pass!
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Jmm061048's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
Lamps (which too hot), 2 x 30 watts rms! ! !
rglages the simple but very, effectively. They are placed Behind that is very compelling on stage
2 times 12 to 30 inches Jenssens w
Comfiguration very simplistic accordion runs (its target)
good sound comes from later
no manual (they're going with 10 buttons in total)
Bought in 1967 used a good quality c'tait the price era
It is heavy but beautiful
it has background noise and heat lamps very quickly to the point of having to cut it because there is no fan
it is not very powerful and therefore little fishing
buttons behind like sitting behind the grant
Rverbe trmolo very good and also (at the shadows)
only buy if you want to collect