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zonz38 zonz38

«  Clean unforgettable sound »

Published on 11/28/12 at 07:24
Value For Money : Excellent
Full stereo 2x25W Combo transistors
2 entries guitar, effects loop 1 mono, 1 stereo effects loop.
2 channels (clean / distortion)
Analog stereo chorus
Spring Reverb accutronic
Footswitch for channel selection and activation chorus.
2 HP 10 "

UTILIZATION

Very simple configuration.
It lights up and plays it :-)

SOUNDS

A clear crystal as it is unforgettable.
The chorus is also very interesting because it shows very well while preserving the character of the instrument.
Mainly suited to jazz as it is.
The distortion sounds are in the middle of a transistor amp, so some settings in drinking distortion crunch but impossible.
on the other hand, it fits well with pedals and multi effects (HP 10 "are finally relatively neutral).

OVERALL OPINION

Used 2 years, I think this is a very good quality / price ratio to start and grow but not versatile when used alone, unless you only play the JAZZ.
I bought it on a whim heart, his sound on my strat really emerged over what I had heard tube amp included.
If I could afford to have several amps I'll probably guarded.
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