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Audience: Beginners Value For Money : Excellent
Rasmus Degn RohdeRasmus Degn Rohde

Excellent amp for certain styles

Park G10Published on 09/26/18 at 05:31
I got this amp for free at one of my previous schools. It is pretty good, and does Polyphia's new style extremely well. It's not the most amazing amp for metal, and it is very bare-bones, but overall, it's a great amp for beginners and for the people, who are trying to achieve Polyphia's new tone.
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blind Boyblind Boy

in the beginning ...

Park G10Published on 08/06/14 at 00:51
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Transistor amp without effects, 10W with input jack and headphone output.
The level settings: 2 gain, eq bass mid treb, a master volume.

UTILIZATION

ultra extremely simple, no need for manual, and the resulting sound was adequate, although sometimes loaded breath.

SOUNDS

it was my first amp, so perfectly adapted to any style of music.
We could have a good rock'and its roll and bluesy too. I played it with my Epiphone Les Paul once.

OVERALL OPINION

I did more for a lease. It was my first amp, which was lightweight, easy to carry around, it was even used in a time on stage ... transplanted by the sound of course!
Fairly good quality, written with Marshall Park typo, it...…
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Transistor amp without effects, 10W with input jack and headphone output.
The level settings: 2 gain, eq bass mid treb, a master volume.

UTILIZATION

ultra extremely simple, no need for manual, and the resulting sound was adequate, although sometimes loaded breath.

SOUNDS

it was my first amp, so perfectly adapted to any style of music.
We could have a good rock'and its roll and bluesy too. I played it with my Epiphone Les Paul once.

OVERALL OPINION

I did more for a lease. It was my first amp, which was lightweight, easy to carry around, it was even used in a time on stage ... transplanted by the sound of course!
Fairly good quality, written with Marshall Park typo, it was good illusion.
It was a gift, and I would have probably made the same choice in relation to my income at the time ...
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DAMDAMDEEDOODAMDAMDAMDEEDOODAM

Nice to start but ... there TFW better ... especially today

Park G10Published on 12/22/12 at 06:02
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
If I remember correctly ...? And production had to evolve.
10w transistor 1X8 "single channel (with boost?)
Gain, Bass, Mid, Treble, Volume. (No insert effect?) No reverb.
One guitar input, internal power supply.

There are 10w and 10w ago. Provided that where the well. In repet with the fact that a batsman but really if you put it in depth.

UTILIZATION

Everything is easier.
I used it with a boss me-8. I branchai g10 in the park loop I-8.
Fortunately I had me-8 because it essentially lacks the park is a little reverb.

However what I enjoyed in my youth, it is to be able to lug the bike in a backpack with guitar in hand ..... NO, I've never broken mouth .. . lol.

...…
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If I remember correctly ...? And production had to evolve.
10w transistor 1X8 "single channel (with boost?)
Gain, Bass, Mid, Treble, Volume. (No insert effect?) No reverb.
One guitar input, internal power supply.

There are 10w and 10w ago. Provided that where the well. In repet with the fact that a batsman but really if you put it in depth.

UTILIZATION

Everything is easier.
I used it with a boss me-8. I branchai g10 in the park loop I-8.
Fortunately I had me-8 because it essentially lacks the park is a little reverb.

However what I enjoyed in my youth, it is to be able to lug the bike in a backpack with guitar in hand ..... NO, I've never broken mouth .. . lol.

SOUNDS

marshall sounds ... far .... but it's a grain marshall. Sure I'd rather my jmp-1.lol

Marshall to one side a little runny. So imagine a small low-end ...

On this point, we can find much more accurate lil amps to start (with reverb?). At the time I was amazed by the fender field '.

And now in the same price range you can find modeling amps operate on AC or battery. (Line6, Vox, Roland ...), portable bike ... lol

But I think when you start need to find the sound that makes you want to play .... => brief should not hesitate to try. It is much more important than the technical.

OVERALL OPINION

I have fond memories of my park g-10. much more than the attax100 I bought after.

If I have any advice for beginners: go with a 20w in order to start a lil group. 10w is just a tad pissed face a drummer. And do not hesitate to push the amp when you try for the displayed power means nothing sometimes. For the wealthy, do not forget that 5w lamp produce more volume than 15w transistor.

And finally, and most importantly, it is a guitar any better nase in a good amp than the reverse ... Believe me.
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tonio.gibson.marshalltonio.gibson.marshall

you have to start

Park G10Published on 05/12/12 at 16:10
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
10w amplifier transistor input jack and headphone equalization volume1 volume2 three bands (gain => distortion) and master

UTILIZATION

configuration is simple enough for a sound start

SOUNDS

its not a very perished and low distortion

OVERALL OPINION

I buy after my roland cube I love its aesthetic value for price
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  • Manufacturer: Park
  • Model: G10
  • Category: Solid-State Combo Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 03/12/2003

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