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Publié le 09/10/06 à 10:59
Value For Money : Excellent
15 watt power ISSUED MODELING (18 rms) 8 hp "
footswitch jack change programs + expression pedal
chromatic tuner
80 factory programs pré_reglé they are editable or even a desire suprime ...

UTILIZATION

The config is pretty complex if you want a simple amp
where you can play when you enter go your way home on another amp (roland cube style 15)
we can combine the effects is superb
the manual is clearly enjoy!
after a few hours of use with the beast begins to tame and enjoy the pleasure of its effects.

SOUNDS

Very good sound and my favorite is the distortion, overdrive, the wahhhhhh

OVERALL OPINION

Very good value for my part I bought 99 euros in Paris (all music)
super convenient especially when you do not want to invest in too many effects pedals and also for the transport
I would do it again even if choice in the beginning I can a hassle to find the sound I wanted but after that is happiness;)
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