Fender Mini Deluxe EXPII
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Fender Mini Deluxe EXPII

Mini Deluxe EXPII, Portable Guitar Amp from Fender.

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Disto14 03/14/2007

Fender Mini Deluxe EXPII : Disto14's user review

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Value For Money : Correct
- Amplifier Transistor
- 1.5 W
- Between a 3.5 jack and a headphone output of the same size

Rglages trs simple
- A volume button
- Drive a button (or gain)
- A tone button
- An on / off button

From classic to a small amp
I just wish that no two spars to switch channels disto

UTILIZATION

Architectural configuration simple with three buttons is very easy rgler. No need for manual

The sound is easy to find.

SOUNDS

Clear sound ... trs clear precisely ... It's Fender
For it is also against cold and trs mtallique (quite acute load), and finally for this type of amp should not expect much and then can be corrected by pushing the tone to the bass.

For cons, the more you push the drive and it dgueulasse. The sound saturated (or even just crunch) is itself unworkable, with far too acute frquences Submitted. One has the impression of having a saturation involuntary, as if it cost a headphone amp distortion on a headphone amp dpourvue simulation. Can be corrected just by turning the tone all the way to the grave but the sound becomes "pasty" ...
I tried plugging in one of distortion pedals, it's not really better ...

OVERALL OPINION

I've had a week and I returned to the supplier as part of the guarantee "satisfied or remboursquot; ...:-P

What I like most is its compact Reduces and what I like least is its sound.

I have so far not tried other models of this type and other brands so I did not forcment well aware of what an amp of this type can

Report quality - fair price without taking into account sound bad.

I do not have that choice, and referrer point me towards a more other models.

For those that do drang has not had a footprint slightly larger, I recommend a Roland amp type that Microcube Submitted functionality and sound quality far more satisfactory.