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Fender Super Champ XD
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Fender Super Champ XD

Modelling Combo Guitar Amp from Fender .

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victhebig victhebig

«  great little amp! XD »

Publié le 05/07/11 à 01:58
15W tube amp,
very powerful for its size

UTILIZATION

Its asset and may be lacking: past 4 / 10 of the sound volume crunch
not an amp for jazz-mans.
To rock well managed ca repeat, 5 / 10 pity ask your drummer ...

Its very bright, musical, bluesy.

It can easily make concert, with or without transplantation,
more weight and is tiny!

SOUNDS

I play with Gibson (passive humbuckers)
potatoes obtained is divine ...
on the other hand and the distal digital effects are of lesser quality!

Among the proposed fx: delay, chorus, vibrato, reverb, tremolo.
Among the simulated distortion: marshall, fender, acoustic, jazz etc..

The distortion as mentioned above sound very compressed, and too rich sharp!

OVERALL OPINION

It quickly became my amp repeats, as the Mesa I want to move it all the time ...

Its flaws: digital effects and distos lower quality, no effects loop, no other outputs / auxiliary input.

Its strengths: his strong, small size, price, close musicality of the blues junior.

Try it, it's worth it!
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