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Nic02 Nic02
Published on 07/08/06 at 03:39
For the character's and rglages, I refer you to the official website ...
The 150w and 75w are 2 times Submitted, we get along well!
The big highlight is the sr weight and height of the vehicle, 2.5 kilograms and few prs the size of a pod.
It supports 110 and 220v, practice.
J'apprcie what really is the fact that you can connect a stro prampli and thus "bypass" SETTING THE all the front panel. Bother to ask whether it is necessary to rework his prampli SETTING THE SETTING THE with the amp, which is the fate of his prampli amplifipeut just be a little color but very little, vrifier with more time spent playing it).

UTILIZATION

Very easy (euphmisme. ..) use, or you plug a guitar into it and thanks the technology WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) it's easily the RULES (d ground for redundancy, p) or it goes through a prampli. In the latter case is all about prampli RULES. The manual is clear and succinic nothing to write a novel about this amp ...

SOUNDS

My config: line 6 4x12 cabinet, guitar luthier and type PRS LTD MHB-400, pod xt live.
The sounds are clean honntes and can relatively easily according to their fawns sound and DSIR gots the time. Clean the quality but it remains in the world of transistors ... it's good but not as fat and alive than the lamps Obviously.
The crunch are saturated trs good quality and the gain will lead to much satursans reach mtal however). I quite agree with his leplussauvage when compared to the JCM 2000 (me too I got a, p). For some extreme styles (from mtal ...), it will add pedals or other prampli.
If you plug a prampli Stros in the entries, the amp controls are inactive and we are left with the sound of his prampli inaltr.

OVERALL OPINION

I did not long ago and I will correct the notice if ncessaire. It's a good little amp that will satisfy the budget and users who like practical things.
Which is really what are its capabilities, headphone amp home power amplifier or simply amp for rpt, XLR outputs with adjustable level for home studio or live application, compact and ger, sounds very convincing (but still ...). transistor
Caution should not expect the soft lights but still really good especially the price trs l
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