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Published on 09/28/13 at 01:56
2 channels All lamps (6V6), 15 watts wholesale, tremolo and reverb (adjustable per channel), effects loop. Joint Equalization "air" and "body" and "treble and" bass "specific clear sound." Bright "on clear channel" boost "on overdrive channel. See other reviews for the rest

UTILIZATION

The equalization is particularly unconventional at first, but ultra effective, it provides a wide variety of clean sounds plays since 4 knobs, excluding the gain and bright ...
For channel B, simpler, "body" and "air" almost "bass" and "treble" and sculpt the sound of very fine way.
The tremolo and reverb are set back, there are more key too

SOUNDS

The clean sounds are really many of crystalline fat consistently great from Fender, Vox, Mesa, Marshall ... and can be embellished with a beautiful tremolo and a nice reverb that knows how to stay quiet and classy. Reserve clear sound is good, but just good for a drummer without much margin.
Some say that the light is the highlight of the amp, but I also love the drive that sounds like a very good Marshall with a grain tight enough, many mediums to drill. It is in the classic rock, hard rock up without problems, but not metal, for example.

OVERALL OPINION

I waited a year for a mature mind, I have not used live. For me it is perfect, the only possible weakness is the volume in the clear if you want the "headroom". An excellent high-end combo that can last a lifetime
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