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Cornford Harlequin
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Cornford Harlequin

Tube Combo Guitar Amp de la marque Cornford

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Cornford HarlequinPublished on 05/12/09 at 09:30
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
6 watt tube amp.

EL with a 84 and two ECC83 (12AX7).

2 inputs Hi and Lo.

A volume, bass adjustment, treeble and a master switch plus a voice.

No standby.

Point to point wiring.

Cabinet Celestion V 30.

Solid pine cabinet.

Simple and effective, perfect for me who does not like gas plants.

UTILIZATION

Configuration very simple.

The sound is just gorgeous, the controls are effective in allowing her to vary the basic Marshallian very precise and dynamic.

We change and we change the guitar sound.

SOUNDS

All styles of music are possible!

I stuck a telecaster for the funk, country, the blues ...
I stuck a big SG 70's hard rock.
The bulk metal with a...…
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6 watt tube amp.

EL with a 84 and two ECC83 (12AX7).

2 inputs Hi and Lo.

A volume, bass adjustment, treeble and a master switch plus a voice.

No standby.

Point to point wiring.

Cabinet Celestion V 30.

Solid pine cabinet.

Simple and effective, perfect for me who does not like gas plants.

UTILIZATION

Configuration very simple.

The sound is just gorgeous, the controls are effective in allowing her to vary the basic Marshallian very precise and dynamic.

We change and we change the guitar sound.

SOUNDS

All styles of music are possible!

I stuck a telecaster for the funk, country, the blues ...
I stuck a big SG 70's hard rock.
The bulk metal with a MT2 ...

OVERALL OPINION

Hot printing.

A week of heavy use, nothing wrong.

What I like: the sound clear (typed) and the crunch sound volume reasonable.

Ideal for work with a real sound.

I test Laney LT 5 (the sound is good but I have not hung), Marshall DSL 401 (too strong), Mesa Boogie (too many button), Hughes & Kettner (ditto LT 5), B 52, Fender Hot Rod (too powerful), Blackstar (no clean sound), Benrod (but requires extra push to sound full, difficult apartment')...

For me the best compromise for my use.
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  • Manufacturer: Cornford
  • Model: Harlequin
  • Category: Tube Combo Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 01/13/2009

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