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«  A love ... until it bites you! »

Published on 09/21/14 at 06:48
I love this series, it's my third after the purple wind and thunder, it starts to tax ...
Transistors course, smaller than a pedal bebert-boss, complete connectivity and settings ditto.
Alim lightweight, so switching ungrounded, it is true that it carries more noise than usual, too bad.

5watts but wicked accepts everything 4à16ohms (power drop in the charge amount, normal to the transistor).

UTILIZATION

It's very simple, and serial loop changes the game as it is useful.
The grain is very typical correction, also does not look clean in there there is none at all (it's either dumb or it saturates).

Or where it gets funny is that I recently minirectifier the mesa, I therefore compared on the same boxes.

SOUNDS

No suspense today, the sound of hotone is almost identical to that of the mesa, and the way! The volume generated (box 112 two pseudo stereo 5,3ohms total) seems incredible for such a small device, especially as nothing crashes, total short hallucinating.
I recently tested that passive pickups for now.
Not so clean, but a gradual gain anyway (we play on the fine grain and treble with).
The equalizer is responsive and easy to manage.
In short it is full house!

OVERALL OPINION

The three nano heads are each very typical, and this is ultimately wants (rather than sound mat ch ... like the rain). Stunning realism, a feat of audio sculpture.
I have not tried to use it as a preamp only, I will update in due course.

Like the big bad wolf but fear your neighbors, this is for you. Like the big sound but no thank you avalanches decibels, this is for you.
In fact, what is nice is to play on a 412 at full volume, it's enjoyable without attracting too much trouble and you keep your ears er, as is shall we say!
A great amp attaching a craquerie I tell you.
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