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  • NumaFNumaF

    Nice combo vintage

    Novanex FiftyPublished on 09/04/12 at 06:14
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Transistor
    50w
    2 channels
    1 reverb

    UTILIZATION

    No need for manual! One branch and it works.

    It is very lightweight and compact. I'm used to much time to find a rehearsal room sets. He now serves as home to spare my neighbors decibels of my tube amp.

    SOUNDS

    A clear very transparent.
    Distortion is obtained by adjusting the pre / post gains
    A spring reverb.

    The sound is very clean at low volume, I rarely pushed to its limits.
    I played a lot of repeats with Godins craftsman and a multi-purpose boss. It is quite effective: crystal clear sound and no buzz.

    I have not used the distortion so no opinion on this point.
    A slight buzz appears when you push t…
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    Transistor
    50w
    2 channels
    1 reverb

    UTILIZATION

    No need for manual! One branch and it works.

    It is very lightweight and compact. I'm used to much time to find a rehearsal room sets. He now serves as home to spare my neighbors decibels of my tube amp.

    SOUNDS

    A clear very transparent.
    Distortion is obtained by adjusting the pre / post gains
    A spring reverb.

    The sound is very clean at low volume, I rarely pushed to its limits.
    I played a lot of repeats with Godins craftsman and a multi-purpose boss. It is quite effective: crystal clear sound and no buzz.

    I have not used the distortion so no opinion on this point.
    A slight buzz appears when you push the gains in height.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I had several amps:
    1 combo Peavey 15w (must start)
    1 combo Peavey Special 130 - vintage, great!
    1 combo Vox AC15

    Quality markedly smaller than the 15w.
    Special power much lower than the 130, but its comparable quality. The same side of vintage.
    No comparison with the Vox

    I bought it because it was really cheap and it matched my mobility needs of the time. A very good value for money. Lack of power if your drummer does not know how to contain.
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