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benzo benzo
Publié le 05/14/07 à 11:15
15w amplifier transistor.

Enter a conventional jack
1 headphone output on the front that cuts the HP when used.

A clear channel
Boost channel, to limit distortion of the good old families!

Note: A knob with on / off which gives the frequency to match! (Possibility to change the frequency on the back of the amp)

UTILIZATION

Setup is very simple, its really excellent and very hot to the transistor.

I can not date the beast but it is clear that at the time of manufacture, a transistor amp really could be synonymous with hot and powerful!

Power is easily adjustable, and the channel provides real boost options.

What is best is that cranked, the Gain control goes completely to the Fuzz.

Deadly!!

SOUNDS

I plug my little Squier JagMaster Tubescreamer and good and we go for a pure rock'n'roll years!

Small flat ... no reverb, damage .... a good old analog reverb would have been the icing on the cake!!

OVERALL OPINION

This amp rips it!

No posts on this mark on AudioFanzine, no info on the net, as if the mark had never existed .... weird!

So I tell you, if you find one .... you take it!
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