« Great tool for live, studio, house »Published on 03/02/14 at 02:39
Power depends on HP, with small 10 inches, it's perfect for recording or playing in a group with low volume.
I played in a group with a drummer who bangs with a 12-inch HP ElectroVoice, no worries, it was underpowered in clean, crunch and saturated
Sound found on the same grain using the line out (headphone).
Effects loop: a big plus
Input for an MP3 to repeat: a little extra
No need for manual
Was sound in all configurations, it's great!
The headphones it sounds, a sound that sounds a speaker sounds.
Classic Marshall, with clear sounds that can be slammin for Funk or country.
Crunch sounds are great!
If you like the sound ACDC, that's exactly it. We can cover all styles, apart from the metal (it will add a tube screamer or a booster).
Great for everything pop, pop rock, classic rock, disco, punk ...
There are a lot of dynamics, it responds very well to touch, it is very enjoyable to play.
I have a repertoire of times a hundred pieces ranging from James Brown to ZZ Top, I can do anything (with a good speaker), without pedals, it largely covers the battery.
On sound, even grain.
For the price, nothing to say
I bought it for fun and in fact I now use it regularly in rehearsal and live.
Only downside, the background noise with a simple micro guitars is a 18v supply, there is a little more background noise with a combo and a conventional diet. I play it with a Duesenberg, where background noise is very low.
In conclusion, a great super very flexible and portable tool, live with a good speaker or sound system.