Ashdown FA 60 Head MkII
Ashdown FA 60 Head MkII

FA 60 Head MkII, Tube Guitar Amp Head from Ashdown in the Fallen Angel DSP Tube-Pre series.

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manji 05/06/2005

Ashdown FA 60 Head MkII : manji's user review


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Test performed four months ago with a Gibson SG Standrd and Jackson (with Di Marzio evolution in bridge) and a Marshall 1960 cabinet TV.

amp head lamps (4 12AX7 for pramp EL34 and 2 for the amp, the bias is fixed)
dlivrant 60 W.
mono output 4, 8 and 16 Ohm.
2 channel (gain, bass, med, treble and master for each) + a boost (Reserved to channel distortion) gnral master and master solo (cut only by a footswitch that ddi n ' is also not sold!)
footswitch to change channels and switch to "boost".

I put 8 in the absence of volume solo footswitch (which could be Intgr footswitch to book!!)


The config is clear, as always with Ashdown, despite the srigraphie "evil".
yes, it's a head axis distortion (frame shall I say).

those who touch a dj "Rectifier" include the use instinctively, others will take longer.
channels interact in rglages and therefore the possibilities are great.
may well have a trs clean "fenderien" and a distortion in the spirit Mesa (without dynamics, yeah, that price ...). l.
The fallen angel is however much easier to settle a Mesa (and a euphmisme!)
there is much more easily what you seek.

the legalization of natural right and the head is hollow lgerment.

its related quality / price, it has no competitor.


It will be understood, those volumes of rock will be enjoyable to mtal surprised.

I loved the clean and crunch "British" to be found there.
Again, for the price of distortion is impressive!

if you do the blues, go your way.


For those who do not have the budget for VHT, Bogner and Mesa, it is the missing Chanon.

trs wholesale price quality ratio