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  • argavaenargavaen

    A great sounding amp nice and quite addictive!

    Ross RGR 25Published on 06/22/10 at 10:49
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Any transistor amplifier delivering 25 Watts (25 Watts HUGE!)
    Designed and manufactured in the U.S. in Korea. The sturdy stuff that inspires confidence.
    2 channels, 1 and 1 saturated light that simulates the heat lamps, but rather managed. A spring reverb. 1 HP 12 "Samick stamped into 4 ohms.

    Settings:
    - 1 power button
    - 1 button channel selection
    - Volume 1
    - 1 Drive
    - 1 Master (that's well, that really helps settle everything as a lamp)
    - Trebble
    - Middle
    - Bass
    - Reverb

    The connectivity
    Front:
    - Input for connecting the guitar

    At the rear:
    - Headphone Jack
    - LINE OUT
    - Reverb control
    - Order distortion


    UTILIZATION

    The config is relatively simple, one bra…
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    Any transistor amplifier delivering 25 Watts (25 Watts HUGE!)
    Designed and manufactured in the U.S. in Korea. The sturdy stuff that inspires confidence.
    2 channels, 1 and 1 saturated light that simulates the heat lamps, but rather managed. A spring reverb. 1 HP 12 "Samick stamped into 4 ohms.

    Settings:
    - 1 power button
    - 1 button channel selection
    - Volume 1
    - 1 Drive
    - 1 Master (that's well, that really helps settle everything as a lamp)
    - Trebble
    - Middle
    - Bass
    - Reverb

    The connectivity
    Front:
    - Input for connecting the guitar

    At the rear:
    - Headphone Jack
    - LINE OUT
    - Reverb control
    - Order distortion


    UTILIZATION

    The config is relatively simple, one branch, we cheat and we find very easily a good sound.
    no manual, but not required.
    presence of the master is really a plus, between volume and the drive is actually find a little crunch sound intermediate that reacts significantly to the attack.

    SOUNDS

    This amp is quite versatile but remain in a directory rock / hard rock distortion. that is typed very vintage day of ac-dc or hendrix is ​​great! ca for the metal will be there too just add a pedal.

    The surprise is the clean channel, very crystalline and pure it reminds me of the sounds and pulling fenderiens to marshall the cruncher when the fact is quite surprising! thank you the master volume.

    distortion in it's all good but also classic. you can right amount of distortion but this is quite the departure from the race knob.


    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had 3 years I have had amps especially lamps and I bought this one to repeat at home. in the end I was surprised by the quality of sound but also by his power!
    I also finally lug repeating and it holds up, it is impressive for 25 watts badged as I have trouble believing ay!

    In short I am totally satisfied with this little cheap amp I originally purchased to train at home and finally reveals super tough, I lug around twice a week and he never budged. Its sound power allows me to take the road repeating with my friends (my drummer plays on an electron) and sounds good vintage and the reaction to the attack can be really fun.
    If I had my choice I would buy this amp with your eyes closed, for the hundred dollars it cost me, I feel it will last me my entire life!
    (Apparently it sold more than 420 dollards united states, it may not be for nothing.)
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