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VA 200, Tube Combo Guitar Amp from U-TRONICS.

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U-TRONICS VA 200 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: U-TRONICS
  • Model: VA 200
  • Category: Tube Combo Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 10/08/2006

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U-TRONICS VA 200 user reviews

Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 3 reviews )
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rycouderc's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Combo Lamp 50 watt EL34 amp 2, 3 AX7 preamp, 2 channels clear and saturates, equalization acute, medium, for each cannal bass, presence and reverb common 2, footswitch (optional) effects loop, and gain lineoutvolume each cannal, hp 12 inch celestion GT100


Setting simple, clear sound and powerful dynamic ch1 with the opportunity to crunch (by forcing the gain) of trs hot humbucking aves, terrible for the blues ch2 is dedicated to the slight bluesy sound of saturated fat in the Marshall sounds fantastic, very hot, lots of scope, keeping the sustain incredible accuracy (never seen on an amp of this price)


Amp versatile but great for blues and rock


This amp is distributed by valley and blues, the finish is not perfect but all that tough, a little flat for the reverb though it is a Acutronic States, I separated from my hot rod for this amp there is no picture! report quality price is unbelievable (less than 800 euros), remains to be seen in time the reliability

Fidj's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

The characteristics of the creature have been well described in the previous opinion.


The use could not be simpler. The two channels have independent EQ (3 bands). Reverb and presence common to the two. Gains and volume independent. Relatively convenient. The settings are sensitive enough without being difficult to control. Starting with an equalizer at noon on the 3 knobs, it is relatively simple to play the sound.


Sound: rhaaaaaaaaaaaaa ... lovely!
Test with a strato American Standard with a Seymour Duncan hotrail in the bridge position.
Clear channel (CH-A): sounds well defined, relatively warm, well above the clear sounds of Marshall amps equivalent. The gain knob offers a wide range of sounds. The crunch is easily obtained (after noon when using a humbucker). It goes from blues to pure crystalline fat just by gently touching the gain and playing on the guitar pickups. All the nuances of the game are well transcribed. Very nice.
Distortion channel (CH-B): the big sound is output, while remaining uniquely defined (even pushing the gain). The big rock or zeppelinien ACDC sounds very credible.
This amp has the great advantage of being extremely versatile without having to spend hours finding the right settings. With a good guitar plugged in, all styles (except for the heavy-grind-black-death-metal-core) could be addressed in a particularly convincing.


This receiver is suitable for the rock to the widest possible sense of the term (of the air at floydien rabid punks). Power (50 W all lamps!) The dedicated primarily for use in group (a little powerful for a single use in an apartment ... or tell your neighbors, especially once the lights are hot!) .
As mentioned in the previous opinion, a few minor drawbacks:
- Reverb that sounds a bit "cheap" as soon as it is a little push (although Acutronic is often seen as a reference). It was something nice by limiting (knob 7 or 8 hours max grand).
- Finish: purely aesthetic consideration, but it is important to note if you want to remain objective. Still, all in solid air, and the cabinet looks secure.
- Strong, of course, but suddenly, a bit heavy beast!
In conclusion, the value for money is pretty unbeatable: you must get up early to find an amp of this quality at less than 800 euros!
I use it only for a few weeks remain to see its longevity. I'm not 10/10 principle.

felix31's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

All tube amp 50w 2 channels, 3 band equalizer volume on each channel, presence and reverb (no master volume)
It could not be simpler: one branch, one lighter, one plays ...


No need for manual


Amp that is perfect for blues, hard blues, rock ... Start with a good sound is l! SRV
With humbuckers, the big rock sound is output
The sounds are excellent on every channel with lots of power, depth and dynamics


I use it for 1 month
What I prefer is the sound
What I like least is the breath of the canal saturated (li power) problem I have with a resolutely attnuateur power to use "home"
The report qualitprix is ​​exceptional (especially used)
This is the kind of amp I was looking to play blues

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