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Park G25RPublished on 09/07/03 at 15:58
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8 years, 4 dmnagements later, the same is not bte ssoufle! Otherwise feeble in power, empty, but if I can give a tip that will be: recording studio or at home, the overdrive is unbeatable if they have a sensitive microphone in front. Connectors: 1 and 1 in effect. Rglages: low, mid, treble. A button for the overdrive and reverb for knob.

UTILIZATION

The solid, if the Germans had had to build their bunkers, the allies would never dbarqus but as it is they who make them went wrong. You said if I'm off topic. For sound, is simple: clear the sound is pretty bad but the disto hold out even stronger push trs. As for the config even a punk dgnr has to use it, then, yes mom, you can buy the......
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8 years, 4 dmnagements later, the same is not bte ssoufle! Otherwise feeble in power, empty, but if I can give a tip that will be: recording studio or at home, the overdrive is unbeatable if they have a sensitive microphone in front. Connectors: 1 and 1 in effect. Rglages: low, mid, treble. A button for the overdrive and reverb for knob.

UTILIZATION

The solid, if the Germans had had to build their bunkers, the allies would never dbarqus but as it is they who make them went wrong. You said if I'm off topic. For sound, is simple: clear the sound is pretty bad but the disto hold out even stronger push trs. As for the config even a punk dgnr has to use it, then, yes mom, you can buy the little Kevin, he will use it.

SOUNDS

My style of guitar is called "chopping cord", so the overdrive (not to record and in concert, I RPET) is nickel. I played with a stratovolcano and the wedding goes well. The sound is fat like me. The clean sound is really tinny and feeble but a small button that cabbage gives full dj overdrive in the lungs should not be too greedy.

OVERALL OPINION

Eight years of happiness and overdrive, I add for the fans that this kid srement ingurgit as much beer as I (c'tait an accident sir), but he still stands ramrod straight and comparison s'arrte. Since I acquired a large ERRF him (a park 70 watts) but bouuuuuh, the overdrive is too nice and twangy! Report quality price: just right. If c'tait again, well, damn, I oui_da repacserais! And I would add: the way to new adventures my little friend!
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Park G25RPublished on 02/18/07 at 07:37
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25W transistor amp
2 Channels, Disto / Clean
Knobs for Gain, volume Disto, volume Clean
Treble / Middle / Bass
Reverb
Possibility to connect a headphone jack and pdalier
It lacks an effects loop, but good for that price should not RVer ^ ^

UTILIZATION

Configuration carrment too simple, you get the sound you want in seconds, really nickel on this.

SOUNDS

I play Mtal (All genres), and associated with a Cort X2 pedals and a metal cradle, I can tell you that high adfouraille ^ ^ The distortion power is really a good surprise of this the cot. As against the clean sound is not gnial. Personally I do not use rarely, but the clean is fat enough, but hey you forgive the......
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25W transistor amp
2 Channels, Disto / Clean
Knobs for Gain, volume Disto, volume Clean
Treble / Middle / Bass
Reverb
Possibility to connect a headphone jack and pdalier
It lacks an effects loop, but good for that price should not RVer ^ ^

UTILIZATION

Configuration carrment too simple, you get the sound you want in seconds, really nickel on this.

SOUNDS

I play Mtal (All genres), and associated with a Cort X2 pedals and a metal cradle, I can tell you that high adfouraille ^ ^ The distortion power is really a good surprise of this the cot. As against the clean sound is not gnial. Personally I do not use rarely, but the clean is fat enough, but hey you forgive the distortion seen more than correct.

OVERALL OPINION

I use this amp for a year and a half, and I reu a person who had for many years, and I can tell you that is solid ^ ^ Neither ann es, nor has the dusts arrive to fail. This is my first amp, and the price at which it is sold now in hand, it is frankly a bargain. With the experience I would do this choice because this amp is a good solution for training in areas such as apartments, or enclosed places.
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Park G25RPublished on 04/14/10 at 15:43
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* Transistor Amplifier released in the mid-90 '

* 1 instrument input, 1 headphone input, a footswitch input

* 25 W power transistor

* No effect, just a reverb

UTILIZATION

* Config 'super simple, I had bought secondhand 900 francs in 1996, therefore no manual but it does very well without it! you turn the knobs and quickly make it faster to sound decent.


SOUNDS

* This is an amp to work at home or not repeat too much! my amp is for show, I live in an apartment and my time is very handy! I've mostly metal, hard rock on!
The sounds are clear bof but what I used it so little and agree very well! cons from the disto .... not need to pedal if you put the gain at 3 o'clock! a......
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* Transistor Amplifier released in the mid-90 '

* 1 instrument input, 1 headphone input, a footswitch input

* 25 W power transistor

* No effect, just a reverb

UTILIZATION

* Config 'super simple, I had bought secondhand 900 francs in 1996, therefore no manual but it does very well without it! you turn the knobs and quickly make it faster to sound decent.


SOUNDS

* This is an amp to work at home or not repeat too much! my amp is for show, I live in an apartment and my time is very handy! I've mostly metal, hard rock on!
The sounds are clear bof but what I used it so little and agree very well! cons from the disto .... not need to pedal if you put the gain at 3 o'clock! a distortion specific enough to my time of the transistor.

OVERALL OPINION

* I have this amp since 1996 and I had been secondhand to 900 francs, he dug up out since! what can I say except that it sounds better than Marshall did in Asia now!
Park was the brand of Marshall at the time was not to be called as if it was doing in the UK! The situation changed since diminished and qualitée!

I see now that secondhand side 47 €! go for it bah, excellent for work and home is very convenient with the headphone jack!
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" a small room amp handy"

Park G25RPublished on 08/14/10 at 10:55
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All transistor!

UTILIZATION

Conventional configuration, 2 channels, bright and saturated, an equalizer, bass mid treble, reverb and analog spring

SOUNDS

This is a great little amp that sounds really good!

for metal fans, add it a shred master and you'll be amazed by the rendering!

OVERALL OPINION

Very good, 50 euros at present, do not hesitate!
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  • Manufacturer: Park
  • Model: G25R
  • Category: Solid-State Combo Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 10/03/2002

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