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Bogner Alchemist 112 Combo
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Bogner Alchemist 112 Combo

Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Bogner belonging to the Alchemist series.

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Eldiablo31 Eldiablo31

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Publié le 12/31/10 à 06:07
Amp lamps all with 7 lamps (5 12AX7 and two 6L6)
The mine is Retube with electro harmonix tube grooves and gold
40W switchable to 20 (in contrast to received ideas it gives a little more size but does not feel the dual power, AC can be no other sounds but still avoid a live AC powers a lamp and therefore the wear is not the top)

Speaker output into 8 and 4 ohm
XLR footswitch

The controls certainly a little hard to operate but it&#39;s really me things that I love: the classic:

Trebel middle bass, gain, delay and reverb (line 6, but the effect goes through the lights so its very very pretty far above the amp same categories) and a handy boost for solos

the top is really useful and the switches that change something on the clean

clean crunch, brigth (perfect for jazz sound), deep (ca adds depth)

the saturated:

normal punch (add to the attack), bright (adds an aggressive side that did not always necessary) mid shift (all the best medium for the switch hollow sound typed heavy 80&#39;s)

Line 6 amp manufacture in China but all the rest is Bogner



UTILIZATION

The manual then .... uh OSEF?

Bogner is entered in the plug and play, it sounds after it has set an amp hard especially with all the little switch (but that I knew and that is one side which I love)

So it&#39;s simple but complicated little thing so there have a balance between too hard to settle and lack of customization

SOUNDS

While the style of music I have a lot to say if the other plan to buy it I&#39;m open to the MP I can make samples

I finally play all my fingers all that allows me to play, I play on an Ibanez S320 in drop C and Vigier Excalibur Special mid or drop D (guitar amp great respect I was pay lespaul was yet another grain on the Bogner therefore ca foreshadows the quality of the amp in terms of amplification scheme we&#39;re not home marshall)

effects at the original ones are really good, and I have a complete digitech GNX 3

Types of sound?

It depends on the guitar (I know why I insist), he must know that already are on the Bogner Bogner grain so it is not boosted plexi and is not an amp Californian c &#39;is a BOGNER

So what it means Bogner? it means a sound quite right still defined précis.C is special but at least it has the good fortune to be neutral (that is also an amp that is totally awesome group we end up with a sort of wall frequency)

the clean is a clean crunch celoni that attack with a pick (a high volume of gain 1 / 3) with switches to make a little intro metallica has a more blues see jazz worries with 0 0 complex ( there are the clean of Bogner shiva in this amp I know what I say I try 2)

The saturated, there is a specific grain, relatively straight, defined not runny, enough to compress the same, the switches are still there but the really changes the personality.

I still play mostly metal, for the fan of 80&#39;s very good amp, I play metalcore and the receiver shows these limits in terms of gain so I may be going through a DS1 to keep the grain Bogner, and take a pedals certainly in TN for quasiement add a channel to this amp more versatile.

I love this amp all sounds, there&#39;s not very big but big plus parcontre least there&#39;s no AC is on

at the équalo be aware that this is an amp or it must begin in the middle and ca be adjusted from -5 to +5 in the 5 with the middle and not from 0 to 10




OVERALL OPINION

It&#39;s now been two months that I use, what I like and what really are to remember with this amp:

Quality scheme Bogner (we&#39;re on another planet I assure you)
Versatility
the effective switch

I tried quite a model before you buy, notement Peavy 6505 +, Peavey XXX, mesa boogie express Laboga, Hugh and Kettner, line 6 spider valve (very good amp indeed since Bogner for helping amplification) marhsll JVM and JCM

I hesitate to buy new and I could not find away from home for at least 2 times cheaper then what more?

value for money it is simply a 10/10 especially at what price I got it (even on 112 you have the footswitch supplied with like no mesa boogie to 2500 € ....)

With experience I would do without hesitation that choice and I would even like to know this amp before

to conclude I&#39;ll finish with what are most important to my taste

It has an amp there&#39;s no better trying to say ... People who are a fan of the marshall or mesa, and therefore sought a way past your grain, cons by all lovers of quality amps like a guitar amp their respects with a grain different from others I think is made Bogner for you, the alchemist can be a solution but there have Bogner else but not to 1000 €

So I give this amp 9 / 10 because nothing is perfect but close to it.
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