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Maurice Dupont Jazz 2
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Berzin Berzin

«  Excellent jazz amp »

Publié le 04/17/10 à 08:42
Jazz 2 is an evolution of Stimer, produced by Dupont. It's All Tube: 12AU7 6AV6 and, and two EL84 EZ81 rectifier for power (12w). In controls, it has a volume, tone and level control of reverberation. It has two inputs, high and low impedance output hp Disconnectable into 8 ohms. The speaker is a Celestion Century Vintage, whose weight is very small compared to other hp. The amp is very portable, lightweight, It is the perfect club to play, the jazzmen did not need a 4x12 to feel alive. It is manufactured in France, mine is the sixth product. Everything exudes quality. DuPont has successfully sought to eradicate any vibration parasite. You can have an effect loop and a decision to disable the reverb option.

UTILIZATION

The manual is simple, the amp sounds without difficulty, this is not a gas plant.

SOUNDS

It is dedicated to the jazz sound, with archtop guitars. The amp does almost no crunch, we really push for the sound twisting. It offers a beautiful jazz sound, fairly directional, warm, rich and round, relatively compressed. I use it especially with a Gibson Es135 and 335. No vibration and to deplore it should be noted that the volume is very progressive. It sounds very good, even at low volume. I use it often at home. Even if it is not his first use, we can get some nice crunch through a small overdrive. The tone is effective and the end of its stroke, adds gain. The reverb is beautiful and fulfilling its office.

It does not sound extremely loud, but 12 w fulfill their office. It is quite possible to play in small groups.

OVERALL OPINION

I own it for six months. I have had many amps before him. I particularly like:
It's very hot and typically jazz.
-The weight and compact.
-Exclusivity. That amp is not seen everywhere.
-The possibility of playing at low volume.

Too bad that the loop is not connected in series. Therefore the price is, but it's beautiful work.
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