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  • Sp|neSp|ne

    Conquest Tube 65Published on 06/20/03 at 04:49
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The Tube is a 65 amp ... a lamp ... 65W of that terrible ;-)
    Conquest is a Belgian brand (crow) fairly recently.
    The amp in question is equipped with two separate channels, including a 3-band EQ, a master, a gain and a mix effect which serves to control the reverb if there is no effect in the loop.
    At the rear we find a loop effect and an external speaker jack.
    The channels are selectable via a switch on the front panel or via a footswitch with specific 5-pin.
    The look of the machine looks like a Marshall and therefore is not inherently good or original but seems robust.

    UTILIZATION

    The config is easy to see the simplicity of the machine.
    There was no manual accompany…
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    The Tube is a 65 amp ... a lamp ... 65W of that terrible ;-)
    Conquest is a Belgian brand (crow) fairly recently.
    The amp in question is equipped with two separate channels, including a 3-band EQ, a master, a gain and a mix effect which serves to control the reverb if there is no effect in the loop.
    At the rear we find a loop effect and an external speaker jack.
    The channels are selectable via a switch on the front panel or via a footswitch with specific 5-pin.
    The look of the machine looks like a Marshall and therefore is not inherently good or original but seems robust.

    UTILIZATION

    The config is easy to see the simplicity of the machine.
    There was no manual accompanying the receiver.

    SOUNDS

    The clean channel is the strong point of this amp. It is warm, clear and brings out the characteristics of the instrument. The reverb is not bad either be dosed provided.
    Even at very high volume, it does not saturate but it slams right.
    Boosted channel ... ho hum. I do not like too ... It is reminiscent of a saturation of low-end amplifier transistors ....

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use to work for me, and almost exclusively in its clear or with my Korg.
    The price / quality ratio is good: 500 euro for a tube amp is not too much.
    One downside: the loop effect only works in series and do not mix very effect ... it is virtually unusable.
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