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Published on 08/06/10 at 03:47
80W all-tube-amp
-2 EL34 tubes (80w then why?)
-6 Lamps preamps (including 2 for the loop)
-Effects loop with send 2 (1 for a pedal and rack)
-2 Channels (clean crunch) + boost
-1 Bright button per channel
Eq bass and treble volume to clean
Eq mid-bass and treble gain normal volume boost
Joint-master and presence
Reverb-optional (no reverb on mine.
-Change channels by a switch on the back or by footswitch.
- Impedance switch (4, 8 or 16 ohm)

UTILIZATION

First, the sound was on, no need to bother with the settings as opposed to mesa for example while having effective eq.
In the absence of clean setting lyrics is not a handicap.

No need for manual, it's a style amp plug and play.

SOUNDS

Level sound, we have a clean exceptionally beautiful.
There is heat, sharp crystalline dynamics.
The button will take bright something really nice.
Cruncher can be at an end but it makes the sound too greasy for my taste

-The crunch channel is typed with a grain marshall vintage little tight enough fat.
Mostly blues rock sound.
We start from a clean messed a big slobbery overdrive a bit depending on gain setting (the sound is very mushy and sensitive to the precise scope of picks).
It is quite dynamic and reveals its potential as a group as it drills into the mix by giving the body and power dynamics without invading anyone.

What I like about this amp is that the buttons are still very bright music while on most amps I tried, it becomes too aggressive.
Attendance is also very effective without becoming aggressive quickly.
By putting a slight boost upstream we can start banging in the rock metal.

"I am puzzled about the boost on the clean cut that the eq and it can not handle the volume.
Of the crunch, we add a slight amount of gain, its a little more edge and volume adjustment of boost is pretty convenient.

Side-effects loop, I'm not the best judge of that is but it seemed well, I think we do not lose the momentum (unless you connect a multi-purpose zoom)
It will just increase the master because the volume is somewhat lower.

OVERALL OPINION

Amp expensive but worth it.

One thing to note, this amp even at high volume is not aggressive (even with v30), always stocky, dynamic, precise.
A perfect amp stage thanks to the flexibility of the master, his simple settings.
The sound quality of vintage with modern flexibility.

From what I've tried, the only comparable amp mesa boogie mark is 2C, which had a similar dynamic, but we have to look for a moment on the amp to properly address it.
I have not been convinced by the grain crunch too stiff and aggressive.
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