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  • gaelskigaelski

    Montarbo 178RPublished on 04/16/07 at 10:38
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    150 W transistor amplifier priori date fvrier 1981.
    2 HP 10 "
    Between A & A High Gain Low Gain between
    An entry for a Footswitch (Reverb)
    The rglages classic
    -Gain
    -Volume (2 Channel, Push / Pull & Claire / Satur)
    -Bass
    Treble-
    -Medium (Level & Frquence)
    Plus:
    -Limit
    -Reverb

    UTILIZATION

    Simple configuration of the CASC knobs ragissent else we can even use a bass on it (and your exact and far from being dgueu, we will say that aa stamp ...)
    This gives a good sound easily, the reverb has a tural impact (the small cho I think its got to the cave of Lascaux when there is no one ...)
    Regarding the manual, unless of being a graduate of ENSAM I think everyone…
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    150 W transistor amplifier priori date fvrier 1981.
    2 HP 10 "
    Between A & A High Gain Low Gain between
    An entry for a Footswitch (Reverb)
    The rglages classic
    -Gain
    -Volume (2 Channel, Push / Pull & Claire / Satur)
    -Bass
    Treble-
    -Medium (Level & Frquence)
    Plus:
    -Limit
    -Reverb

    UTILIZATION

    Simple configuration of the CASC knobs ragissent else we can even use a bass on it (and your exact and far from being dgueu, we will say that aa stamp ...)
    This gives a good sound easily, the reverb has a tural impact (the small cho I think its got to the cave of Lascaux when there is no one ...)
    Regarding the manual, unless of being a graduate of ENSAM I think everyone can go his way. Let me explain it consists only of technical drawings of the amp is that circuit boards ... (oh I better follow the course of the physical ELECTRICITY ...)

    SOUNDS

    Suitable for non-extreme style of music (Metal on your way) on the other hand for soft tones and overdrive and distos LGERS is perfect ...
    The channel distortion of the amp is really dirty so has not please everybody ... But I like a lot and it's dj ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 3 years or dj with a Aria ProII custom solidbody and really nothing wrong this stack (especially for the price I purchased ...) I have not tried other stuff, but I've not really want ...
    Also, now I use it even with my bass ... and I almost sound prfre obtained with this amp with my Laney R3 165 W (even if it lacks a pe DEFINITIONS in the low frequencies, but a pregnant 15 "and is played around I think)
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