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ENGL E730 Sovereign 50 Combo
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Tube Combo Guitar Amp from ENGL belonging to the Sovereign series.

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    ENGL E730 Sovereign 50 ComboPublished on 02/07/10 at 08:20
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    What type of amplification (lamp, transistor, ...)?
    a good old all-tube amp, 50W with 2 and 5 12AX7 6L6.
    Note that the original Engl amps like the German KH are livrs with ruby, which are other than sorters svletana lamps.
    very large gain level and a clear irreproachable clarity.
    What connection?
    a DIY a loop and an extension hp rglage of the loop in the amp (which lowers the level if too 100% elsewhere)

    What rglages the effects? ...dropoff Window
    a clear channel with the gain volume rglage
    such an od
    such a lead
    qualisation common, it is not great, but few Gnant.
    reverb very nice.
    a presence that twelve o'clock is forgotten without problem.
    and rare, it has a vol…
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    What type of amplification (lamp, transistor, ...)?
    a good old all-tube amp, 50W with 2 and 5 12AX7 6L6.
    Note that the original Engl amps like the German KH are livrs with ruby, which are other than sorters svletana lamps.
    very large gain level and a clear irreproachable clarity.
    What connection?
    a DIY a loop and an extension hp rglage of the loop in the amp (which lowers the level if too 100% elsewhere)

    What rglages the effects? ...dropoff Window
    a clear channel with the gain volume rglage
    such an od
    such a lead
    qualisation common, it is not great, but few Gnant.
    reverb very nice.
    a presence that twelve o'clock is forgotten without problem.
    and rare, it has a volume two if you connect both XLR back, making it not only allows for three sounds (clear, od and lead) but its three levels, 6 possibilities.


    USE

    Is the configuration simple?
    This is the bosch.
    one branch, a spit.
    noon it sounds.
    my config is bass 8 med 4 and 4 trb

    Gets it easy to sound good?
    like I said, impossible to get a shrimp sound.

    I am of the stage, and I have never ever had any problem.


    SONORITS

    Is it your style of music?
    of the stage with the pop rock funk Mtal.
    all appropriate, a big potato mesa style (I had djun very clean clear (I hate mushy clear)
    So, yes, yes, yes, everything except rap style perhaps ...

    With what (s) guitar (s) / low (s) or effect (s) do you play? What sonorits you prfrez, you dtestez?

    the question that I prefer!
    4. actually but especially the first two:

    - PRS CE 24
    - PRS SANTANA II
    - BUDDY GUY WITH FENDER STRAT TBX
    - LES PAUL STANDARD
    .dropoff Window

    THE sonority that I like is the clear, nearly neck pickup, a small chorus and tremolo lying around.
    and conversely, a big sound with LP pickup, lead 10 and 390ms delay !!! cry.


    NOTICE GLOBAL

    How long have you use it?
    two years and I never will change even if it is not beautiful, do not care ...
    Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
    oh yeah ...
    fender three or four
    marshall jtm two models which throw
    mesa rectify
    hk I still have the one I liken l.
    brunetti Mtal for me too

    What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    solidity impossible to break it, I have never been afraid of failure in concert, not in bed ...

    and even when BMOL, weight ... too heavy, and worse balanced grip is not the center, so, I lean like the Tower of Pisa when I l ve.
    How do you report qualitprix?
    it is not my cot I bought 900 expensive for occas but no regret, if you come across a occas, please try, do not continue to start in cot mandres the majors as fender or Marshmall ...
    With experience, you do again this choice? ...dropoff Window

    yes, again if I find another.
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