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Jdnet100 Jdnet100
Publié le 11/14/04 à 02:53
Value For Money : Excellent
Head of 120W transistor amp
4 ohm mono, 2x8 ohms in stereo
2 channels (clean and overdrive)
Mid shift in o / d
Boost (handy for solos)
4 footswitch buttons.

USE

He just rglages the ncessaires for each channel, which suits me (jsuis not a fan of the amps that looks like a dashboard of Boeing and o we spend more time rgler that to play ...) So easy to use (volume, bass, middle, treble, gain, reverb, presence). The 4-button footswitch activates the reverb, the boost the mid-shift, change the channel.

SONORITS

The clean sound is very clean, the rverb could be more presents but hey, for the price you will not complain ... The overdrive on the other hand, I not catch too much ... It will be TFW to mtalleux pure but personally I find it quite cold ...
Overall, if you use it on the clean channel with a good multi-effects, all neatly rgl it is a rgal!
The boost as it is handy to go solo.

NOTICE GLOBAL

This is a very good amp for people like me who do not have the means to buy a mesa boogie or other ...
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