Annonces Ampeg Gemini II
The configuration of the Ampeg Gemini II is pretty simple, with recognizable parameters for sure. Each channel has knobs for bass, treble, and volume, with the left channel having parameters for the...…
The configuration of the Ampeg Gemini II is pretty simple, with recognizable parameters for sure. Each channel has knobs for bass, treble, and volume, with the left channel having parameters for the tremolo for speed and intensity, and the right channel having a reverb level knob. I don't believe that any users will be feeling lost, so no manual should be necessary.
The Ampeg Gemini II is a really great sounding guitar amplifier. We have one of these at the studio where I'm currently working and it doesn't see as much use as it should. However, when it does it brings a smile to the face of the user. It has a great low end presence, which I guess is a byproduct of the fact that Ampeg mostly makes bass amps. Due to this it has a lot of grit and crunch, and can really hold down your guitar tone. I've used the Gemini II with a few different guitars, and it definitely brings out the best in each. The built in effects are pretty good, but not as good as those you'll find on a Fender amp.
Overall, the Ampeg Gemini II is a great guitar amp, and one that is little known at that. It's great that it has the two separate channels, giving you flexibility and wiggle room in your sounds. The Gemini II is perfect for use in the studio, but would work well under any circumstances. My guess would be that it would be pretty hard to find this amp for sale out there, as it really doesn't seem like they made too many of them. However, if you're interested in one I'd keep your ears and eyes out for one as it would definitely be worth the wait if you couldn't get one right away!
Mine is dying and I with ...Published on 10/15/13 at 03:38 (This content has been automatically translated from French)
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The lack of control for the midrange forced to play on his guitar tone and its potential effects to find the right shape for it but it's all good ...
tastes and colors ... I would say it is built for Surf Music through its Spring reverb and monstrous treble but there is super versatile. In singing amp (2nd channel), it is pretty average but I play it in stereo to keep a signal void and there is magic!
I've had nearly 20 years. This is not the best amp 60's I had but still much better than today's amps that I find no personalities (for most main stream brands at least). More market two separate amps has always been limited channels so it deserves some interest. Its advantages: spring reverb, tremolo (Indeed I hate to base), its sharp, its power / weight ratio, its wheels, its versatility (with good pedal can even make metal or hardcore) and its look (mine is green like Green Racing Vox but a little lighter) with a kind of padded leather (leatherette?). If I find one again and I sold it one of my kidneys, I live on resumes!
- Manufacturer: Ampeg
- Model: Gemini II
- Category: Tube Combo Guitar Amps
- Added in our database on: 09/03/2010
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Other names: gemini ii, geminiii, gemin3, gemini 2