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ENGL E320 Thunder 50 Reverb Combo

Tube Combo Guitar Amp from ENGL belonging to the Thunder series

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Published on 11/18/04 at 09:50
Amp lamps w two 50 channel
four ECC83 pramp in 5881 and two power
front, from left to right: between jack, gain, switch crunch / lead, bass, mid, treble, reverb, lead volume, switch clean / lead, master, stand by, power.
Rear face: food fused (plus a small door with a spare fuse dj in!), jack of channel change, effect send and return jacks more knob mix, four output jack connector to plug hp and the external speakers (8 ohms and 16 only).
HP celestion (yes!) v 60.
Accutronics spring reverb.
heavy for a small combo which portends good transformers ...
the box is sturdy and well assembled (no parasitic vibrations, even pushed back) but the vinyl is thin and moderately rsistant assault a little rock.
pdalier comes with a (ugly but effective!) two switches: clean / crunch and crunch / lead.
original price: 1080 euros
questions ...?

UTILIZATION

Not ...?... so let y:
intuitive, one qualisation for both channels, the qualisation is moderately effective and does not change the sound drastically Manir any fawns.
a single gain for both channels, which s&#39;avre Gnant if DSIR send saturation Lamp wild canal saturated because the clean channel starts a little old cruncher, this that forces have the "touch" to stay clean sound;
cel said, I love the clean sound a little torch, and more dynamic finish!
the balance between the saturated and the sound is made clear by the pots of lead volume and master: we look a bit ... it works ... you touch it more.
you can easily find a good sound with this little bte: one connects and rings on ...

SOUNDS

The clean sounds are enjoyable with a good roundness and shine if you do not push the gain.
Submitted highs are pretty, a little dry sometimes, but you get it all with a smooth stroke knob.
the grain is gnral trs flattering and complies with the characters of diffrent guitar while delivering the personal touch: just as nice!
the sweet crunch is sustained obtained by saturating the clean channel good good, or just saturating the channel clear
the sound is ractif the game with one little finger and go from clean to crunch in the property or dosing by varying the microphones.
the crunch channel, it gets a little slap by saturating the pramp: the sound becomes quite warm and result trspchu with good harmonics, a good trs prsence in baaaaaas m dium, a lot of attack and compression lamps discrte but effective;
sound gnral always respects the characters of the guitar, and is almost straight up from the bottom of knob gain.
However, the highs are a bit too empty and not Submitted equalizer in this situation.
sound gnral and trs good for playing rock, to hard rock trs / beginners "small mtal" (mtallicouille?)
the lead channel when sending same sauce and it can be used for solos like the sharp saturation in agreements, with good bass;
the sound is right for a long time when you push the gain, but if you start drooling too much emphasis, and then do the little farewell agreements ...
knob the volume slowly as you turn the power in the head ... mchament thou take this little bte team is good transformers, I&#39;m almost certain because the power is to go you ds 1.5 of volume and gets carried away quickly while maintaining the perfect sound intgrit jusqu&#39;7 / 8 o does not increase the volume and the sound gets dirty.
trs big potato: outdoor, non-transplanted (we were playing "tight")), with a 200 w sound system for voice, I could not even me lcher more than 3, let everyone told me to drop because I was covering too much ...
take care, not a stack or two bodies and the projection is not the same with a 4x12 (the sound is rather directional).
This combo will give you its full potential with an enclosure supplmentaire (ENGL of course!) and grows between 4 and 6 to raise the volume hp cruise speed, but with a volume infrieur has even when dry curd (but not a stack ...).

OVERALL OPINION

I&#39;ve had one and a half years and it still works as well in spite of the bastard who gre premises RPET and cuts the pwr without warning when it&#39;s time to DGIG (hello lamps!)
I like the medium knob gain unique and common qualisation but the sound is really nice.
this amp is built for rock music but is more versatile than it seems: beautiful clean tones and saturation of gross, that you ask for.
If I tried many before buying MODELS?!
a max you mean, yes! the saturation of the pokey modlisation (we will come, it sr, but for now it is not far from l): ct hilarious this little amp ;
APRS in some other brands we have a right nice clean sounds and crunchy, but the loadings are yawning with boredom: do not confuse indeed gain and grain ... even a pot grows bottom of the gain ...
I ended up selling it because in the meantime I did a short tour in Mesa history to head a three-channel with assignable effects loop;
So he slept a little in the room, not finding its place as the main amp or amp as extra accessories for Jam (too heavy!)
I still wonder if c&#39;tait a good idea to sell ...
it&#39;s a good little companion: it sounds, it has the potato is 50 w lamps and worse it!
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