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  • josey walesjosey wales

    Old Amp! yes, but very good!

    FBT Yunior 200Published on 07/19/12 at 14:13
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    All lamps: 3 ECC83 - EL34 2 - 1 EZ81. that says it all ...
    Connection of the 60 '. 2 channels clean with independent volume & tone with a tremolo with adjustable intensity Canal + in.
    A footswitch input ... full stop!
    2 HP "FBT" 10 "into 8 ohms.
    Made between 1963 and 1965.
    Certainly one of the Italian Clone Marshall JMP Lead 1958 to 2 x 10?
    Power: 18 watts.
    Point by point and time ... what'else?

    Enough said.

    UTILIZATION

    + Simple ... um ... not easy. Effective ... yes!
    Manual? ben ... not necessarily.
    Do you get a good sound easy?
    In his clear, for sure. In the crunch, it's done really well (have to push the HP 10 "... easy).
    In sounds more "manly" to be a…
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    All lamps: 3 ECC83 - EL34 2 - 1 EZ81. that says it all ...
    Connection of the 60 '. 2 channels clean with independent volume & tone with a tremolo with adjustable intensity Canal + in.
    A footswitch input ... full stop!
    2 HP "FBT" 10 "into 8 ohms.
    Made between 1963 and 1965.
    Certainly one of the Italian Clone Marshall JMP Lead 1958 to 2 x 10?
    Power: 18 watts.
    Point by point and time ... what'else?

    Enough said.

    UTILIZATION

    + Simple ... um ... not easy. Effective ... yes!
    Manual? ben ... not necessarily.
    Do you get a good sound easy?
    In his clear, for sure. In the crunch, it's done really well (have to push the HP 10 "... easy).
    In sounds more "manly" to be added pedals that go well with. And he loves everything kid là.Pas difficult.
    Given the configuration of the amp, not hard to find a "good sound".
    Moreover, a "good sound" for one is not necessarily "good sound" for the other ... right?

    SOUNDS

    My style (my staïle ...) yeah, it fits pretty good.
    Rock, Blues, Hard Rock. With the right pedals, no problems!
    I play a 61 reissue SG with an AYS in chevalet.ça gives.
    + Crunch in that clear (but if I wanted more clear sound, I will not type in Fender and Gibson SG ... right?).
    Marshall Grain is typed, but the pedals I use are for something. Have to put things in context.
    I like to push a bit with Marshall Drive Master ... yeah, I love
    same.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a long time but it crashed and I just did troubleshoot a friend (an ability that had released a misery ...).
    Today I rediscovered recently with pleasure.
    What I like the +? The sound! and then the look! hardcore sixties.
    The price? y'en not! it is the interplay of supply and demand. and as it is not known as a Marshall or a Fender or Mesa Boogie, etc., etc., well, there's no cote.Et the crafty connoisseurs worry propose that slab for just this reason. So, better keep it.
    Too bad, he crossed the Sixties without being noticed.
    And now, everyone breaks the piggy bank for a "point to point" made in china ... will include Charles? What changed? Lamps? Connections? The configuration of the amp? I try, I try ...
    When you see the number of editions on the market today. Paradox!
    Repeat this choice?
    ben not easy, must already have the opportunity to find one?
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