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Ibanez Tone Blaster 100H
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Deadmicky Deadmicky
Publié le 11/28/05 à 09:55
Output @ 100W @ 4Ω 8Ω/120W
Presence Level Controls
Overdrive Channel - Reverb / Volume / Treble / Middle (Pull Shift Switch) / Bass / Gain
Channel Switch
Clean Channel - Reverb / Volume / Treble / Middle / Bass / Gain
Boost Switch
Between input / Headphones / Effects Loop / Speaker Out / Foot Switch (x 2)
Weight 15.3 kg
Included footswitch IFS4

UTILIZATION

Easy and prcise
Manuel plain going direct to the point and can use almost gained the head
Trs good sound especially in mono.

SOUNDS

I use it with a Marshall 1960A cab Custom, I use it in mono (both in single cabin on 4 speakers with the wiring redone in a larger t). I play it with my RG350DX Ibanez of the same brand.
TRS is obtained by adding to it its good an effects loop on decision-effect.
Fits well for scne trs.

OVERALL OPINION

This is a head which for its price (339) worth. With good car (the same brand or another type Peavey or Marshall), it allows easy use of scne thanks to its footswitch. on the other hand, use only single level made for a big sound. And used as speaker cable to connect it to the cabin.
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