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shanneton shanneton

«  Amp base strong enough, value for money ok »

Publié le 07/09/10 à 06:19
60 Watt Transistor Amplifier
An electric guitar input switch selectable 2-channel footswitch or front
Power 60 W RMS
Overdrive effect on a channel
+ Reverb on the master equalizer
An entry line
An FX send and FX Receive an entry
All inputs and outputs are in jack.

UTILIZATION

Configuration very simple and very conventional potentiometer.
Its ultra classic
Easy to get into the clean channel
No problem either on the overdrive.
No need for manual!

SOUNDS

The amp should I think for basic rock, folk, jazz.
The sound is a neutral sound amplifier transistor, power is good and the amp is responsive.
The sound is neither fat nor crystalline clean.
The overdrive sound could not be more conventional.
There is little opportunity to vary so for those that made it amuses provide an additional effect possibly with tube emulation. Coupled with an effect he may well move ...


OVERALL OPINION

This esy printing after occasional use of a few hours.
I'm not an expert in guitar amp.
I bought the amp on sale for a hundred euros. At this price, no problem. It is ideal to use as I want to do (rehearsal amp small room).

The value for money is very good but for a few dollars more you in another brand (or not) the modeling lamp and effects (but perhaps not 60 watts RMS, not 30).
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