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Solid-State Guitar Amp Head from Kustom belonging to the Quad series

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  • MGUILLOTMGUILLOT

    Well Done!

    Kustom Quad 200 HDPublished on 12/01/14 at 15:39
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Modeling amp and power amp transistor 100%.
    200 watts
    Line out XLR output jack input on the front, two speaker outputs (4ohm) exit line out, effects loop and FS input on the back.
    2 Channel, a lead / crunch and clean each with a 3 band EQ + a "scoop" for digging. Switch button.
    8 effects (most common) with independent volume control.

    UTILIZATION

    The amp is well made and simple hyper. No need to book, we found everything that has made the history of guitar amps plus some interesting effects and easy to use. However the effects are fixed. Can not change a delay that will automatically be the eighth example.

    A small one for strength and hit the buttons, lovely.

    SOUND…
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    Modeling amp and power amp transistor 100%.
    200 watts
    Line out XLR output jack input on the front, two speaker outputs (4ohm) exit line out, effects loop and FS input on the back.
    2 Channel, a lead / crunch and clean each with a 3 band EQ + a "scoop" for digging. Switch button.
    8 effects (most common) with independent volume control.

    UTILIZATION

    The amp is well made and simple hyper. No need to book, we found everything that has made the history of guitar amps plus some interesting effects and easy to use. However the effects are fixed. Can not change a delay that will automatically be the eighth example.

    A small one for strength and hit the buttons, lovely.

    SOUNDS

    I did punk rock and metal. Even if I use the clean channel I not spend hours either. Plugged into a Cab 4x12 "1960" Marshall rendering is very satisfying. We really little find many types of clear sounds and button "scoop" is useful too. It will be one way to get a Les Paul Fender or the other to a fender to get more consistency so Les Paul. What is interesting is that this sound is clean and pleasant and the EQ is really effective. However we do not have the heat of a lamp.

    In Crunch I find totally uninteresting except that here again the EQ does the job. In contrast, the "distortion" part is it surprising. So all in all we're dealing with an amp that was worth 380 euros to its output and has no lights, sound is powerful, the bass is very clean, very present in the medium against the example of transistor amplifiers, the treble can be garish. Personally I flanged 6. This distortion is clean and powerful throughout its run and can already cover all rock styles carefree after it is sure that I am used to the lights I miss the famous "grain". Anyway this amp gives more than expected and will satisfy beginners, advanced and pros as required. Especially since his power is phenomenal. It is even too much, I could not mount more than 3 repeats so much mess grows as not possible.

    A final word on effects, so fixed but adjustable in terms of "volume" (mix actually) that are very good. It is a little more significant.

    OVERALL OPINION

    What more? I paid 100 euros !! 200 watts of power, a clean distortion, all the connections you need a clean channel and very good effects, EQ really effective. The only doubt will come from reliability? How long will it take? I know nothing and frankly for 100 balls I *** in bra. This is an amp that offers much more than I expected for a pittance. Think about it frankly if you are penniless, if you seek a second cheap head or a huge power base for a pre amp (type POD HD, Eleven Rack).

    In short nothing to say, if you find one between 100 and 150 balls, provided that you have a cab that makes sense you'll be surprised.
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  • Anonymous

    Kustom Quad 200 HDPublished on 12/05/09 at 09:48
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    A 200watt amp transistor with integrated multi-effects, two channels one clean and simple button saturated with bigger ball for the type of distortion and grind to punch .8 potato effect standart quality reverb flanger ex ...

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use and with very good sound quality distortion notament solo and big rock, clear and very clean but lacks a little clarity.

    SOUNDS

    It is ideal for big rock or heavy metal with frequency, genial in rock n roll with multi effect but a little hard for the blues. I hartail the User with a dean and the really very own for a transistor that price.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I 7 years since the User and jai never had a problem …
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    A 200watt amp transistor with integrated multi-effects, two channels one clean and simple button saturated with bigger ball for the type of distortion and grind to punch .8 potato effect standart quality reverb flanger ex ...

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use and with very good sound quality distortion notament solo and big rock, clear and very clean but lacks a little clarity.

    SOUNDS

    It is ideal for big rock or heavy metal with frequency, genial in rock n roll with multi effect but a little hard for the blues. I hartail the User with a dean and the really very own for a transistor that price.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I 7 years since the User and jai never had a problem with malgrés made in china, jai a head damplis b-52 at 100 and honestly I leave aside for my kustom, the price was 750euros more Bafil head in his days, so nothing has fault, really c rib.
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