Axl Guitars Medway Special 1GN
Axl Guitars Medway Special 1GN

Medway Special 1GN, Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Axl Guitars.

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blopblop44's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" very good amp, I love it!"

Axl Guitars Medway Special 1GN
For technical feature I'll let you go to the manufacturer's website, I'm not a pro!

Just basic info, there are:
- Two jack inputs, a "hi" and "low"
- Input gain, equalization bass / midrange / treble, reverb, output level, a standby switch, on / off
- On the back of the amp's effects loop insert + 8 ohm speaker output


This amp is a super simple to use, plug, play.
Built on the basis of the vox amp playing here with the input gain to manage saturation.
Some may regret not having distortion channel but this is the game for this type of amp.

Adjust the input gain is low and clear sound.
Half of this gain is crunch and can be played on all the subtleties of his (personal is this setting that I play)
You push the gain and is on good natural saturation.


This is where it become great, the sound of this amp is a killer.
Whether it's clear or crunch, it touches the very good sound. It's hot and it reacts to the guitar and the quality of your microphones.
If you attack the strings saturation rises crescendo, if you play soft you can be on the clear sound.

I play in a group with drummer and bassist that hit okay and that's enough to power level. At least we can push the amp and enjoy its sound unlike mesa eg that we do not grow beyond 3 in volume at the risk of snapping an eardrum ...

I use it in a rock style, but it can easily stick to jazz.


You'll understand that I am personally appealing. I've had two years, I do not get bored.
How to do better?
take a second and use it to play with delay and reverb in stereo ... I can not see anything!