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  • crosby2frcrosby2fr

    Proamplifier VSQ 65 112Published on 10/20/08 at 02:45
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Amp English 90s (making hand). Distribution rather confidential.
    All tube amp 65 watts RMS into 4 prampli 12AX7 (or ECC83), two GT 6550A lamps (or KT88 or 32 watts per lamp) in amp
    Acustronic reverb spring, the handles of prhension ct and above (3 total), removable casters, cover
    Celestion Classic Lead 80 "G12
    At the rear power switch, standby, out of line with knob rglage level, outputs for 2 Hp (including one taken by the HP celestion) in 4.8 and 16 ohms, knob "HUM atmosphere" .. . I've never used.? What does anyone know?
    At the front: channel 1 (clear), Channel 2 (overdrive) and Super Q equalizer. Some pots have two functions (pulling)
    Premire range => effects loop N1 (betwee…
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    Amp English 90s (making hand). Distribution rather confidential.
    All tube amp 65 watts RMS into 4 prampli 12AX7 (or ECC83), two GT 6550A lamps (or KT88 or 32 watts per lamp) in amp
    Acustronic reverb spring, the handles of prhension ct and above (3 total), removable casters, cover
    Celestion Classic Lead 80 "G12
    At the rear power switch, standby, out of line with knob rglage level, outputs for 2 Hp (including one taken by the HP celestion) in 4.8 and 16 ohms, knob "HUM atmosphere" .. . I've never used.? What does anyone know?
    At the front: channel 1 (clear), Channel 2 (overdrive) and Super Q equalizer. Some pots have two functions (pulling)
    Premire range => effects loop N1 (between exit-channel 1 only) with knob setting level, Volume, Trebble / Bright, Middle / MidCut, Bass, channel change switch, loop effect N2 (input-output channel 1 + channel 2), reverb, presence, on / off pdalier the controls. taken pedalboard.
    Second range: between Hi and Lo guitar Gain2/Boost, Gain1, Trebble / Bright, Middle, Bass, Master, on / off switch equalizer, switch canal1/canal2 equalizer. Super Q (5 pots equalizer): Lo, Lo Mid, Mid, Hi Mid, and Hi.
    Pedal 4 switches: Boost, Super Q, Reverb, Channel (1 or 2)

    UTILIZATION

    Bought used, I did not have the manual that should go with. The number of buttons and pots is impressive but with practice we get the sound you seek whatever guitar. Like any amp lamps, the best comes when the volume is pushed to 65 W dmnage especially with the boost on the second channel.

    We can play anything with .. but may be of metal. APRS nonexistent sales service, brand no longer exists. No records (schmas etc. ..). This amp is 18 years old now, it has some small default .. it will open and be dbrouiller same.

    Fortunately, there are wheels (30 kg)! The handles on its side helps too.

    SOUNDS

    The clean channel is very clear, limpid, crystalline faonnable wish ... it does not "crunch" ever, many dynamic, respects the game (the coup de mdiator more or less strong) ... wouahhh ... PARALLEL test with a Twin, it is the comparison. With an echo pedal / delay ... was the sound of The Shadows, or that of Pink Floyd
    The overdrive channel ... goes from crunch to overdrive Lger type AC / DC boost with the whole neighborhood knows you're playing. 3 pots for the overdrive gain contrl 1 (level), gain 2 (quantity and Master (noise) .. adding the boost, the bass pots, medium, high and super Q. .. there's plenty to explore the sound of his guitar.
    I use a Gibson LP Black Beauty, and I can assure you that it intends all its subtleties (tone, volume of microphones 57)
    For the cons are modern rock ruled the state ... will require a pedal to saturate the sound of the overdrive del-type AC / DC

    I had the opportunity to test a lot of amps for lamps .. Well it is aligned mini 1000 euro to have the same quality of sound and instead 2000 for the same power ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    A good amp powerful and dynamic. No worries about the cover drums and bass in the same light. Bte of a real scene! Its default is to enjoy his power as heat lamps must be mounted volume. It is entirely possible to play too hard, but the sound is pretty linear, almost the transistor.
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