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Fender Princeton 65
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«  Amp collector comparable to its big brother tube »

Publié le 03/28/14 à 01:51
65w transistor with Dynatouch system that attack and crunch it to favorite pick, like a lamp

2 clear channels and "saturated that works very well in drive" (the Stones)
2 instrument inputs (2 may be a less strong

taken effect loop 1 input, 1 output
jack footswitch control channels

Clear channel "Clean" Volume, Bass, Treble
Saturated crunch channel "Drive": Gain, Volume, Bass, Mid, Treble, Reverb

Hp 12 "Fender design" (his fender hot)

UTILIZATION

Simple config as the old amp "before",
pity he did not put a medium setting on the clean channel, "there have funny habits Fender,
I did not have the manual to purchase "used" but it is useless,
The sound is downright floydien without adding other effects that already has reverb, saturation occurs naturally with controlled variation of the game, ideal to play a guitar with the same brand (or other)
One branch!! it sounds!!

SOUNDS

very well for my style of music, sixties and seventies rock and prog, but the amp is ultra versatile nickel with pedals!
I play Steinberger, telecaster and also stratovolcano (clear and drive sounds), a very good deal for the price I got "250 euros" at this price point, there is no hesitation "real the fender without "plastic model" as before.
"It was better before"!

OVERALL OPINION

Very well, "when you have a good clear sound, you can do whatever you want behind, just the color with a string of pedals or a good multi-effects (they are" less plastic now "if if !)
So yes, if I had the choice again, without hesitation I will take the same ", not bulky and not too heavy with a" true sound "at a price more than adequate for the quality
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