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Fender Hot Rod Deluxe
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Fender Hot Rod Deluxe

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

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danyx danyx
Publié le 05/27/04 à 08:39
See below, too bad there is only one worse with an equalizer ... pitit tremolo and more it would be the ultimate amp is good but not too much to ask either!

UTILIZATION

Super simple to use, it sounds fun ... Live!
(I put that 9 for 2nd équalo absent)

SOUNDS

I play it with a mustang, the sound is warm in the bass and treble in crystal, I use the drive a lot but with a slight adjustment that gives a sublime crunch. The drive may be more useful to more noisy things, the reverb is very nice and gives a lot of depth.
The sound is beautiful to cry, I cry there besides just thinking about it! ;-)

OVERALL OPINION

It's been 2 weeks since I bought it secondhand 650 euros with a homemade fly and I do not regret at all, it's a significant investment but once it is made is the seventh heaven.
If you look real nice and deep sounds british you found!
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