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Harley Benton HB-40R
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Published on 11/26/06 at 02:55
Value For Money : Excellent
It's a transistor amp 40wat, hp 10 ", two input (low and high), headphone, line out and external speaker output.
It has a 3-band EQ, and reverb, volume per channel.

UTILIZATION

There is nothing more simple, it's an amp which is aluminum, the rule is played, nothing more!
The sound is really not bad, and the output level is good (you can easily get an earful!), The manual is very brief, but when you know you do not even read it ...
-1 For the manual

SOUNDS

It is versatile but you can not have much of a heavy metal sound without pedals!
He is correct in all frequencies, I like less its medium, I use it often with an equalization v.

OVERALL OPINION

It does not really feature, the price is good value for what is often the highlight of harley benton.
I would definitely choose the referrer, the price is very interesting.
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