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Gam Gam
Publié le 11/28/07 à 03:08
The finish is impecable, everything exudes quality. It is stable, it is almost the normal 20 kg.

Highlights:

16 amp, here is the list of modeled amp:

AC15 VOX AC15 =
AC15TB = VOX AC15TB
AC30 VOX AC30 =
AC30TB = AC30TB VOX Top Boost
UK BLUES = Marshall JTM-45
UK '70s Marshall Plexi =
UK '80s Marshall JCM-800 =
UK '90s Marshall JCM-900 =
UK MODERN = Marshall DSL-2000
FRONT = Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier
U.S. HIGAIN OD100 = Soldano
BOUTIQUE OD Dumble Overdrive Special =
BOUTIQUE CL = Dumble Special
BLACK = 2x12 Fender Twin Reverb
1x12 TWEED = Fender Tweed Deluxe
4x10 TWEED = Fender Bassman

10 stompbox (MXR Compressor, Vox whawha, Auto-whawha, TrebleBoost AC30, Acoustic Simulator, Tubescreamer, Proco RAT2, BigMuff, Vox Univibe)
One foot at a time, damage

11 effects (reverb 3 = flat, spring, room / 3 = multi-head delay, delay, tape echo / 5 modulation: chorus, rotary, tremolo, flanger, phaser,) an effect of each section can be used simultaneously. So a total of 4 + 1 noise gate.

32 8x4 memory banks.

A selector 1w, 15w, 30w and 60w. Much be clear, 1w is more than enough in the apartment.

A line-out
1 headphone output with volume and Simulation HP
An effects loop send / return
A firm exit
2 guitar inputs (high / low)

UTILIZATION

It could not be simpler to use.
I took over after 15 short minutes, if we stuck the manual is clear and speaks to us like an old friend.

on the other hand, all the time we discover new subtleties, as this amp is rich.

SOUNDS

The presets are there to decorate, it's not the foot, but it provides a basis.
The best part is the manual mode, where the beast and deploys its full potential.
Based on the description of the preset in the manual and with the original function value, it allows you to find each setting to change the preset and understand better the amp.

As far as rendering is bang on the floor. It slammed heavily in low and medium. In addition, the VTX model, is doing great at high volume.
It must be full respect for the guitar with his qualities and defects.

The sound ... beautiful, big strong, soft, warm, grain, dynamic everything goes.
You can play almost everything.

OVERALL OPINION

I have for almost a year, and only happiness.
least -
- Numbering no knobs, making approximate adjustments
- Effect settings lacking finesse
- A single pedal with both section

Most +
- Extremely versatile
- With top sound quality modeling
- Is doing not too bad with the pedals (personal, I have a Line 6 DM4)

Repeat this choice?
Hard to say, such equipment is evolving rapidly. My needs change over time. But I remain convinced that Vox does an admirable job. It smells furieusemùent the lamp.
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