Transistor amp 100w RMS, back fermé.HP 12 ".2 guitar inputs high and low gain.2 channels: Canal clear: 1 volume, low-mid EQ-saturated aigu.Canal: 1 + 1 volume knob of the 'overdrive.1 master volume, effects loop 1, 1 preamp, 1 footswitch input, 1 headphone output and 1 auxiliary hp, 1 spring reverb.
Amp easy to use and set with numerous connections possibles.Attention the manual is in English!
Player and jazz musics is the Amp suits me mieux.Le clear sound is "extraordinary" for half my hand and I can even make my electro-acoustic sound without reverb settings fastidieux.La is very good quality and I add a delay, chorus, compressor or on stage. Warning saturated sound is less efficient to use for a little crunch sound for blues.
Amp with incredible reliability and a rare quality that I will not change! Both invest in a high vol.Petit instrument detail the speaker is very good I use a marshall tube amp when I'm playing rock with a solid body ... therefore it remains for me to cry with happiness.
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fredfoc's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
80 Watts amplifier transistor. Basically, a cube with an HP and good in large components. Mine dates from 1979, it seems that new ones are really less, but may be for the reverb, because the old slam reverbs often (mine is OK, but many big breath level, so do not too rely on for sound cathedral
There is a distortion but forgetting the case, it is zero and we still wonder why it is l. A small floor of Tone (serious, mdium, acute) and one SETTING THE volume. Super simple. A between HI and LOW, a low pass filter / high / mduim, an output console (crap), HP supplmentaire output.
Cheaply and BIG: small size and 14 kg max. In other words, transportation and quiet and has easy jams.
Using super easy, you plug, four knobs, one switch for the filter and vla. By no manual and no cons for the Electronic Schematic ...
I play jazz and this amp is a killer for this style. Apart from the jazz chorus (which I do not know) and may be the twin that could prtendre the gallery clear sound, and again.
I played with a Stratocaster and I rve to play with an L5 - but you can always RVer.
Rponse super fast, super's super rich and clear sound across the spectrum. I like the hot noiseless micro and frankly all the strings - the elixir 11/49 - sounded clean and beautiful.
I repeat: a killing. The worst is that when we send the power - like a club - and it's ben a rve. Low and stir the guts mdiums / treble without slamming into a spin to the eardrums and the whole rest of claret die.
Forget the distortion, but not for a.
I bought used 350 and frankly I did not understand before, why all jazzeux pro (go to the site and see Ronny Jordan on what he plays - ditto for G. Benson, you name it and the best) swear by it, but now I know. A remake is no problem so it's beautiful, simple.
In addition when you bring in jam, besides the fact that your arm is not able to bear the death of a twin Silverface 35Kg, has not much to mine, has not take place and bizaremment the guitarist looked up to you, laughing with your little cube lounge, ds you send some of its teeth and begins storing repack her smile.
AMP, great for the jazz and blues (with a small pedal like "no amp")