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Fender '57 Champ

Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Fender belonging to the Champ series.

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Walty Walty

«  Simple and effective »

Publié le 05/22/13 à 22:29
Small combo, HP 8 ', 5w.
LAMPS 6V6 power / 12AX7 preamp + 1 lamp rectifier.

2 jack 6.35 (entered low and high)

1 single potentiometer button switch which also acts.

important to note that this notice involves the 5F1 circuit with Amp Marsch amplification which is a clone of the field 57

UTILIZATION

It could not be simpler.

No settings, just a volume button!

Sound clean / crunch fender is without having to torture their brains to seek compromise.

I do not have a manual, just instructions.

SOUNDS

I used it with several guitars, but with a TELECASTER and ES335, I got "in my ear" the best made.

Its balanced, good attendance is perfect. Pushing the volume above 12 you start to crunch nicely ... a treat.

I tested it with pedals, it is also very good .... try it with a touch of reverb!

OVERALL OPINION

I have 2 years.

Value for money kit at Marsh Amp excellent. Much less version mounted Fender, or if the sound quality is absolutely not in question, it is obviously the price is a little cry.
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