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  • kaizzonekaizzone

    Transfer CG-10Published on 06/19/06 at 09:26
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Combo that is more basic
    provided a power of 25w (do not over his chest as if reliance is small)
    input jack and headphone jack 6mm 6mm
    3-band equalization (bass, middle, treble)

    UTILIZATION

    The cofiguration nothing very complicated c the minimum settings that may have a 25w combo
    The settings are not many resante

    SOUNDS

    The crisp (without saturation.) Is of poor capacity, armony do not spend all petty cash and ca ca n'arange nothing to power, it's still a beginner amp, a time that has more taste in. gro, This amp is satisafaisant.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 1year, and since g meet higher-end amps (fender, marshall, mesa ..) this amp does not have m…
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    Combo that is more basic
    provided a power of 25w (do not over his chest as if reliance is small)
    input jack and headphone jack 6mm 6mm
    3-band equalization (bass, middle, treble)

    UTILIZATION

    The cofiguration nothing very complicated c the minimum settings that may have a 25w combo
    The settings are not many resante

    SOUNDS

    The crisp (without saturation.) Is of poor capacity, armony do not spend all petty cash and ca ca n'arange nothing to power, it's still a beginner amp, a time that has more taste in. gro, This amp is satisafaisant.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 1year, and since g meet higher-end amps (fender, marshall, mesa ..) this amp does not have m'aporte
    it is not "the amp" we want to keep long because of the very limited capacity!
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