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wesontheflex wesontheflex
Publié le 05/23/07 à 23:50
100w of all-tube joy (eight tubes in total, which are still the original ones, meaning it's sturdy!).
Two channels with separate inputs, one with a distortion control (what for? I'm kidding, you only need to use it with the right power).

3-band equalizer with the possibility to boost the desired frequencies (100 - 300 - 3000 Hz)

Reverb

Possibility to connect a cab

UTILIZATION

It couldn't be easier, this amp is about 30 years old.

If you have no neighbors within 5 miles, you'll enjoy a great sound.

SOUNDS

The sound...It makes me think of Pink Floyd, The Wall. It's as if you were there without the need of doing anything except plugging in your guitar!

However, the crunch channel isn't easy to handle if you want to remain within acceptable listening levels, but with a pedal it's great!

OVERALL OPINION

It's my first and last amp!!!!!!
With the v-2 cab it weighs almost 160 lbs, which I drag to every rehearsal, although I can still carry a les paul on each hand without a sweat!
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