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Ibanez Tone Blaster 100H
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Published on 01/27/07 at 02:27
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UTILIZATION

Very simple, no need to take the lead ...

The boost is great for soloists who want to be heard in their group!

SOUNDS

The clean sound is very good, clean, slamming, punchy. By pushing the gain was a little crunch not bad at all!
overdrive channel sluggish. It would not be a fan of the metal excited.

Equalization very effective, you can really paufiner sound as you want.
The reverb and presence are almost anecdotal but hey, we can do something when.

OVERALL OPINION

I used this amp 3 years. I personally highly recommend it if you have a preamp-type vox ToneLab or line 6 pod. I was playing with a ToneLab is, the combination is formidable (power amp + sound quality of the vox).
For small budget, nickel,

Nevertheless, it is imperative to have another distortion at the foot!
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