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Fender MT-10 Mini Twin 1er modèle
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necrokill necrokill
Publié le 09/06/07 à 07:06
A small amp with travel anyway:
-2 HP mini (how cute ^ ^)
-Power, Tone, Gain, Volume.

Ben pesonnellement I appreciate because it allows me to take an electric poue travel,
when the sounds found a very nice clear sound, with a little gain we go to so crunchy distortion and with a bottom that turns the metal bin, without going too far, of course ^ ^!

The only possible criticism I can do is we would have liked a little reverb because it lacks NQIA a little more bass, this is it is very satisfying!

otherwise I do not know the difference between it and the model above because of the photo is the same ...

but hey, a good amp trip that the fishing !

UTILIZATION

Very simple configuration,

we have everything you want in seconds!

When the manual, I opened several months later!

SOUNDS

Suitable for all styles for use "holiday"

OVERALL OPINION

Used for 2 years
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