Eagletone buddy

Eagletone buddy

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buddy, Portable Guitar Amp from Eagletone.

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  • Manufacturer: Eagletone
  • Model: buddy
  • Category: Portable Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 07/28/2012

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Eagletone buddy user reviews

Average Score:3.0(3/5 based on 1 review)
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fuzzstone's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Eagletone buddy
Low cost amp sold in woodbrass excluded.
Of course all of the transistor, not 1W super tough, battery powered (with data) or 9V power supply not included
not badly built, inspires some confidence, fairly basic with a volume knob, one tone, one switch for switching, one for the tuner, a last for distortion.
On the back there is a headphone jack, input for external power supply and the hatch for the battery.
Too large to enter into a flight case, but nice size, just under a kilo, a strap to carry around and basta.
for the price, this little amp nomad is simply irresistible.


I bought it on holiday, want to drag a plow during my vacation, but not piss me off my set with "Rock at home" namely lamp 5w amp and old analog pedals for the varied pleasures.
So the idea of ​​a mini amp a little while it is imposed to me naturally.
the config is very simple, the tuner, not a model of precision can not play too fake for those like me who have difficulty do so has the ear.
I have not been taken since the last manual in stock woodbrass who was on the shelf.
but ... I would not have needed anyway .. lol

The sound comes out of this amp is simply sublime, a mix between an AC 30 and a JCM 800 has heated white, a light has both smooth and rough a desire, an organic distortion, harmonics fuzzent around .... NAAAANNNN .... Just kidding of course ... the sound that comes from the tiny hp is still pretty tight, but this is not an indigestible porridge.


So what (an "S"? Why y'en more?) Sounds out of this little box?
on the clean channel, crunch it very quickly. Finally, with the guitars I connected it to see what was in the belly this afternoon. (an SG and a LP Junior, for the first gibson, old Greco for the latter)
So, it goes clear in a volume low enough, say until mid stroke volume, and then crunch it dry enough (just under the LP with very plump in nature), playing with the tone of the amp ( a 9H) we arrive at something quite nice (well, in my ear) even though not much to do with the little crunch that we get a good amp lamp.
it lacks bass, relief, its not really scale, but hey, it can work its quiet riffs wherever you are, and that's really good.
saturation mode engaged, well no surprise, a disto transistorienne very low end out of hp. Personally, I do not like bcp, but I was not expecting a miracle in this area here.
I'll let the new condition that channel ...


I just bought it, take it home, I tinkered with the thing much of the afternoon to hear what he had to say with the two guitars in competition to keep me company on vacation, how they s 'agreed with the runt, is what it suited me ... etc., etc. ...
well, it does! for the price of course (a little more than average quality cable) the gear, the stuffing is perfectly t

Sure, I would not of repeats, no show, nothing, just grattouiller far from my home freely.
And for that alone, this little amp does the job.

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