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guilhem001 guilhem001

« Not bad, but...! »

Publié le 02/06/11 à 00:34
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UTILIZATION

Easy setup, the EQ controls are very effective and, it seems to me, that they interact with each other (like some Mesa, if I understand correctly).

SOUNDS

Clean channel: very Fender, a good sound always, pretty flattering, very rich, with lots of deep lows and crystalline highs.
Drive channel: Drier sound, not many lows, good crunch, but it distorts very quickly, the middle setting affects a lot the output level. A sound that stands out easily in a mix.
I think there's a lot of imbalance between both channels.

OVERALL OPINION

I bought it after reading very positive reviews, and resold it after only two months:
A good amp, sturdy but (in my opinion): annoying imbalance between both channels, and the sound is not vintage enough.
And don't forget the weight! It's a real hell when your rehearse in an upper floor without elevator!
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