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Dean Markley GT-1000

Portable Guitar Amp de la marque Dean Markley

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vampire008vampire008

Dean Markley GT-1000Published on 08/10/05 at 00:32
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
1 month now
I like much the fact that we can supply with the battery (9v) and that we just put a 9 v transformer (not supplied) power (pa bad for t his size) and the fact that the distortion
I DETAISTE sound in the high c of torture if you want a good support May al your place or there is a baff
g mem try another kind ...
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C 45euro NOT all the same ....

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Don_VivianoDon_Viviano

Worse than the Marshall MS2, mine broke and more!

Dean Markley GT-1000Published on 04/11/06 at 14:19
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
It's a mini amp 2 watts, while transistor, Obviously!
A headphone jack, a knob for tone, volume, and Normal / OD
Possibility to play with battery or transformer 9volts classic.

UTILIZATION

Trs simple, but the sound is dgueu (bond, the price ....)

SOUNDS

I lug around everywhere, he fears nothing.
The clean sound is almost non-existent, there's not enough volume to play! OD saturates trs sound much, but it has enough volume to play. The sound is dgueu, as I said dj. I use it with pedals for distortion, and it's nickel, its fate enough to play anywhere and his buddies without pater le neighbors.
3 / 10 without pedals
10/10 (for the price) with my Guvn'or

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It's a mini amp 2 watts, while transistor, Obviously!
A headphone jack, a knob for tone, volume, and Normal / OD
Possibility to play with battery or transformer 9volts classic.

UTILIZATION

Trs simple, but the sound is dgueu (bond, the price ....)

SOUNDS

I lug around everywhere, he fears nothing.
The clean sound is almost non-existent, there's not enough volume to play! OD saturates trs sound much, but it has enough volume to play. The sound is dgueu, as I said dj. I use it with pedals for distortion, and it's nickel, its fate enough to play anywhere and his buddies without pater le neighbors.
3 / 10 without pedals
10/10 (for the price) with my Guvn'or

OVERALL OPINION

Ben sail it is solid, it does not ring with one of distortion pedals (not too violent, I tried it with MT2, it was hard the poor!).
For the price it's cool. Today I dplace less than before but it has served me well, I shut content.
Report honnte quality price, we do not expect better or worse).
[edit 16/05/2010] He broke for no reason, no fall or anything, he just dyed overnight, I do not understand. I bought the Marshall MS 2 way, 10 more, but I find it better. I note down the coup, the solid part of the CRITERIA of choice for this type of amp!
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  • Manufacturer: Dean Markley
  • Model: GT-1000
  • Category: Portable Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 05/28/2007

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Other names: gt 1000, gt1000, gt 10 00, gt10 00

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