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Fender Hot Rod DeVille 212
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Fender Hot Rod DeVille 212

Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Fender belonging to the Hot Rod Deville series.

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blues.man blues.man
Publié le 03/27/10 à 14:02
Value For Money : Excellent
Amp very powerful, but very good,
60w all-tube, c is too powerful but much better sound than the 40w
2hp 12
2 channels

UTILIZATION

You plug, you leave the heat lamps 5 minutes you play, and the sound is there!

SOUNDS

Amp is for blues, rock and jazz, especially with his extraordinary stratum, warm and round, not slamming as her little brother, lamps and 2 hp to 12 are doing their job
It's a real treat
He collects super good effects
That Top!

OVERALL OPINION

Excellent value for money especially second hand, it is heavy, but the lights are all heavy amps!, It lacks wheels for easy transport (modif feasible at lower cost)
Yes I would do without hesitation this purchase is the sound I wanted.
It is great despite its high power and weight.
Opinions are often subjective, but the quality is there and it is very good at his record and his class.
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