Features names appearing already, just a supplement: a spring reverb, a delight! a foot switch for tremolo and reverb.
Simple, practical move, solid, ingenious two rear wheels and two front pads (for transport, just to roll!)
Played with an LP, a treat! with an archtop jazz, awesome! on the other hand if you want a distortion, because need a pedal pushed 3/4, max guitar, it sounds from clean and crunch, no more!
Bought new in 1974! what I like most is the ease of obtaining sound. Strength, never let go since it was acquired (even the knobs do not crack) The least that's clutter, but at the time, it was common. Very attached to this amp for 2 years only manufactured by Ampeg.
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LeHomeStudieux's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
Transistor amp legacy.
It delivers 120W of 4 HP. There are two channels each with 2 inputs (high and low) and a parametric eq and a boost to the treble.
It's pretty simple to get his thanks to the notches on the knobs.
The sound, the bass is amazing!
Channel 2 for the guitar is very decent for a transistor and accepts multi effects without worry.
I play it with an Ibanez SR 1500 and I have the sound I want.
Guitar with an Ibanez JEM 77 FP, and WG5 the sound is very good, just needs a little warmth. With Ibanez AG75 this sounds very clean, I like!
I've had more than 20 years and I never had any problems despite not always adequate transport! A rock solid and I recommend this 4HP 120W combo amp that wants to sound, power and effective communication.