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  • darkeysdarkeys

    Gibson GA90Published on 03/08/08 at 09:39
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    THIS IS a tube amp 1953
    8 lamps:
    Preamp tubes: 2x5879, 12AU7
    Phase splitter Tubes: 2x6SN7
    Output Tubes: 2x6L6 (5881)
    Rectifier Tubes: 5V4

    It has 6 speakers.
    It is supplied with 110 Volt doubt necesita to use a transformer.
    It delivers a power of 36 Watts well enough to play in groups.
    2 entry: (instr. + mic.) 2 2 * (* hi-gain switch)

    1 X button-off-on stanby
    2 X (adjustable volume + bass + treble)
    It does not Reverb

    This amp is very apreciated the harmonica

    UTILIZATION

    The amp is very easy to use. Although tube using a small volume is very cozy, but the higher you go the more it's deep and warm (gentle breeze at higher volume).
    Its major flaw is its…
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    THIS IS a tube amp 1953
    8 lamps:
    Preamp tubes: 2x5879, 12AU7
    Phase splitter Tubes: 2x6SN7
    Output Tubes: 2x6L6 (5881)
    Rectifier Tubes: 5V4

    It has 6 speakers.
    It is supplied with 110 Volt doubt necesita to use a transformer.
    It delivers a power of 36 Watts well enough to play in groups.
    2 entry: (instr. + mic.) 2 2 * (* hi-gain switch)

    1 X button-off-on stanby
    2 X (adjustable volume + bass + treble)
    It does not Reverb

    This amp is very apreciated the harmonica

    UTILIZATION

    The amp is very easy to use. Although tube using a small volume is very cozy, but the higher you go the more it's deep and warm (gentle breeze at higher volume).
    Its major flaw is its weight, the addition of the transformer weighed more.

    SOUNDS

    This amp can be used with acoustic or electric guitar (even microphones or harmonicas) the sound is clear and has a unique presence thanks to the six speakers which gives it a unique sound.
    I play an old Eko Rio Bravo 12 string and electric guitar ibanez

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a year now. He has a great vintage look.
    I had a fender frontman a transistor and I wanted to go to the lamp so I went to the Peavey Classic 30 which I liked a lot but the day I tried my choice was the GA90 fait.Je thank the passion that so be kept for all time. I have purchased it is sold 150 euros 900 euros on a recent quotes in the auction, is a collector's item or the sales price can only go up so if the choice will be a remake ..... . (you know the answer)
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