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efabric efabric
Published on 11/10/06 at 11:15
Transistor amplifier with speaker simulation circuit at the inputs and loop pramp.

2 * 75 @ 4 Ohm or 8 Ohm 1x150 @
It is powerful enough cable to my HP dssouder the only time I pushed a little.
There's way to much nerver everyone with a 150W 2x12 '

Between the mono pramp
Effect loop jacks Stereo 2 mono or 1 Stereo jack
Insert CD 2RCA
Line out with level CONTRL
Stereo headphones

Gain, Low, Mid, High, Level: Each well influence the sound.
While the rest of a transistor, but I like the sound of crunchy gain knob bottom.

UTILIZATION

Simple, indeed ...
The sound is good even if there is a sharp buzz ds ignition.
There's no native 36 sounds but not sounds good.
The manual is the wiring INTERESTED simulations of HP.

SOUNDS

It takes a multi-effect or distortion for Exceeds the crunch.
I also play an active low D / P and groove! Ms. ultrabass of the v-amp go out too rough, tell it! I would not say that I have not provided a fat ...
Complterais I use, but I recommend bte indniablement very practical. A test coupled with a prampli lamps ...
Really super versatile ...

OVERALL OPINION

I've had two weeks
It's still a bit noisy, but I do not have excellent cables either ...
It has the PCHE, no doubt, but I have not tried outdoors.
I have not tried other, trs subjective opinion.
Report quality unbeatable price and issue size / weight is the best!
Obviously I would do this choice and I recommend you also do whatever instrument amplifier!

EDIT
I have four years now, and I'm only rgler the problem of acute buzz of a ground loop in faade. Insulate the instrument jacks and headphones with tflon and seal the faucet to the rear faade! It's worth it! on the other hand, it's not whisper quiet either. I always have a lightweight wind output, but much less Gnant the buzz before!
I also use it for my home studio, the mixing desk in between line and two passive monitors behringer output. For this use would be missing even when a volume of entries and symtriques ... But adpanne!
It really is super flexible and convenient.
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