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iamqman iamqman

« Small and sweet! »

Publié le 06/16/11 à 15:37
This is the same amp as the 12 in speaker version but just in a 10 inch speaker combo. You have the same great features and tone. However, the tone will change only slightly in the bottom end being just a touch tighter. Same cool tolex covering and everything else.

This is an interesting amp. It is a no frills no bells and whistles amp from Bogner. It has basically two control knobs on the amp...a tone knob and a volume knob. We have seen many amps like this from almost every manufacturer. These little small watt practice amps that you can crank to get the overdrive and keep it at reasonable volumes and wattage cut switches. This amp also features a 4 way toggle switch on the back that changes the voicing or grind of the amp. It goes to gain controls and a 4-position rotary switch for dialing in different amp voicings.

Another great feature of this amp is the 12 watt to 4 watt switch for even lower volume playing. This is great for bedroom or apartment playing where noise can be an issue.

UTILIZATION

Bogner New Yorker 1x10 Tube Guitar Combo Amp Features:

12 Watts
Switchable to a 4-Watt mode
2 x 6V6 power tubes
Gain
Volume
4-way rotary switch for clean, crunch or high gain tones
Class A circuitry
3-way ON/STANDBY/OFF toggle
Aluminum chassis
Celestion 10" G12H-30 8 ohm speaker
Black comet custom vinyl finish
Handcrafted in the USA

SOUNDS

The tone is very good in this amp. The distortion is not a high gain distortion of a Shiva or XTC but it gets a nice smooth saturation. The clean is sparkly but not as good as the Duende or the Shiva cleans.

Over all the tone of this amp is decent but nothing to remarkable like other Bogner amps. The idea for this type of amp isn't so much of an end all be all tone but more on the priority of compact and practicing situations.

It sounds great with just about any guitar you throw at it. I like most of Bogner's amps with a nice Gibson Les Paul or another humbucker pickup style guitar.

OVERALL OPINION

There is a cool tolex covering on these amps. It is a black comet custom vinyl covering that has a nice swirl to it. At new these amps come in at around $1400. A little pricey for a small practice amp, but the tone is a lot better that an amp with the same type of features.

I would recommend this amp to anyone who needs a solid practice amp and doesn't need a tone of wattage or volume. If you are used to the tone of Bogner amps then this amp will fit nicely in your catalog.
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