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  • taliesyntaliesyn

    Crate TD-35Published on 06/09/05 at 06:13
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Amplification hybrid lamp / transistors
    35 watts RMS (may follow repeated without a battery problem)
    Between A, Foot Switch, Headphone Jack, Line Out
    2 channels, a clean crunch to super hot, very typical crate distortion, reverb springs

    UTILIZATION

    Super simple setup, even the most novice can get their super hot thanks the lamp by pushing the volume a bit. ct distortion, we feel the texture of the lamp ... before I had a Marshall Valvestate, and I think that this small crate operates the lamp more than the Marshall Valvestate

    SOUNDS

    This amp is quite versatile. One can easily obtain the TRS rock clean because some volume and the lamp heats well -> so a crunch alm…
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    Amplification hybrid lamp / transistors
    35 watts RMS (may follow repeated without a battery problem)
    Between A, Foot Switch, Headphone Jack, Line Out
    2 channels, a clean crunch to super hot, very typical crate distortion, reverb springs

    UTILIZATION

    Super simple setup, even the most novice can get their super hot thanks the lamp by pushing the volume a bit. ct distortion, we feel the texture of the lamp ... before I had a Marshall Valvestate, and I think that this small crate operates the lamp more than the Marshall Valvestate

    SOUNDS

    This amp is quite versatile. One can easily obtain the TRS rock clean because some volume and the lamp heats well -> so a crunch almost as good as any amp lamps.
    In the saturated distortion is typical crate thanks ... putting the gain is a well MOITI 70's rock, and pushing it back, you could almost make the metal.
    Personally, I love the clean to crunch this amp when he died, it looks like an all-tube amp (in perspective) so the lamp heats up the sound.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for two years, but I sold it for duplication. I resume the concerts and I invested in a more powerful amp. on the other hand, this small 35 Watts RMS comfortable following a battery repeated and live in pubs. Trs little companion that is tough in power (and yet not at all lights!)
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