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Crate Blue Voodoo BV150HB

Tube Guitar Amp Head from Crate .

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Crate Blue Voodoo BV150HBPublished on 08/26/05 at 17:05
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
So it's a tube amp with an output of 150watt with the usual connectors.
for rglages was therefore too channels, clean crunch lead with 3 EQ indpendantes.
a knob to select how often you want to emphasize (the lower frequency situ such important medium to medium high) volume push the treble and one for low and ac dla ball!
(Of memory that is)

UTILIZATION

So like any good amp, everything in the middle and ring already!
c easy enough to have sound with this thing!

SOUNDS

It is suitable for rock and metal. I was tried with a epiphone sg and rings, and a prs and the sounds strong! common type of sound that comes out is quite fat, less than mesa, but even when fat.
rglages are......
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So it's a tube amp with an output of 150watt with the usual connectors.
for rglages was therefore too channels, clean crunch lead with 3 EQ indpendantes.
a knob to select how often you want to emphasize (the lower frequency situ such important medium to medium high) volume push the treble and one for low and ac dla ball!
(Of memory that is)

UTILIZATION

So like any good amp, everything in the middle and ring already!
c easy enough to have sound with this thing!

SOUNDS

It is suitable for rock and metal. I was tried with a epiphone sg and rings, and a prs and the sounds strong! common type of sound that comes out is quite fat, less than mesa, but even when fat.
rglages are the purposes it is very nice (when you're picky)
So I personally not a big fan following the grain of this amp, but the rest of the big stuff!
for those who love the fat!

OVERALL OPINION

So I just tried but branch and sounds! therefore a may seem expensive, but not c more than a mesa for a rsultat Famillia, so here goes.
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Crate Blue Voodoo BV150HBPublished on 02/06/07 at 12:45
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Objective approach:
Number of channels: 3
Power: 150W RMS
Gain: 65dB measurement channel 1, channel 2 95 dB, 95dB Channel 3
CONTRL per channel: Bass - Mid Freq select - Mid - High - Level - Gain
Note that the function select Mid Freq is a place potentiomtre Mid boost on channel 2 and select the High freq 3.
1 potentiomtre EEK! global
1 potentiomtre UGH! global
UGH!: 12dB below 250Hz
Tubes prampli: (8) 12AX7A
Power Tubes: (6) 6L6GC
Effects loop with adjustable send and return
Slave Output with Level CONTRL
About 27 kilograms
Price: 800 euros

Subjective approach:
We are the first moments ds tape. The head is shining brightly and robust appearance and the......
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Objective approach:
Number of channels: 3
Power: 150W RMS
Gain: 65dB measurement channel 1, channel 2 95 dB, 95dB Channel 3
CONTRL per channel: Bass - Mid Freq select - Mid - High - Level - Gain
Note that the function select Mid Freq is a place potentiomtre Mid boost on channel 2 and select the High freq 3.
1 potentiomtre EEK! global
1 potentiomtre UGH! global
UGH!: 12dB below 250Hz
Tubes prampli: (8) 12AX7A
Power Tubes: (6) 6L6GC
Effects loop with adjustable send and return
Slave Output with Level CONTRL
About 27 kilograms
Price: 800 euros

Subjective approach:
We are the first moments ds tape. The head is shining brightly and robust appearance and the beautiful finish to the game Transformers invite me look built to last two lifetimes. I doubt that has ever a problem with this monster of sav.

[8] The crate is intended gross dcoffrage. No fuss with lots of features and attnuations of all kinds. The only effects loop and the absence of a master or a single player empchent him the maximum

UTILIZATION

The head is relatively easy to use ...

but why relatively?

Because it does-150w guys. Unable to play in the apartment, let alone in a room of rptition without using a THD hotplate if accouphne guaranteed. Clearly ... a head is intended primarily for uses other monster lives and outdoor concerts. It is also perfect for use in a full stack. The weight is acceptable if you compare the competition, but by-cons, one major weakness ... lamps! This lamp bulimia is certainly beautiful to watch, but a good Cotera bonanza when retubing. Keep your eyes when you return an opportunity on the net!

Otherwise the head is quickly getting started. We will appeal, however, discovering all the features of its potentiomtres to get the best performance.

[5] It is difficult to transform into a tank ballerina agree. But it is clear that the car is pleasant. The investment must however be informed of the risks.

SOUNDS

I found myself on the clean channel. I expected a channel electrical and t I glad to hear very clearly signal Fidler with a beautiful instrument. The heat is Submitted and can engage a whole bunch of beautiful expression. By pushing it, you get a lightweight trs chubby crunch that will appeal to fans of sound less offensive.

The real surprise is the channel two and three. Crunches are enjoyable although trs rock typs ds the end of the first third of the gain. By pushing the gain a little further, saturation becomes angry and we dlectera sounds good particulires the crates in this area. Sounds powerful, but sitting with a lot of resentment and a pronounced grain without the fat from overdose ... but I do tempra ... fat overdose is possible and even sometimes faster Submitted than desired.

The potentiomtres optional for each channel enlargement and further prsence spectrum signal is missing when you become standard operates the potentiomtres EEK and UGH. Purpose of these two knobs: allow to calibrate the sound to utiliss firms to get really what you want.

So, we will sweep all of the sounds to more loud and deep glaucous (sisi, I can sign out a beautiful palette of his glaucous)! The register remains fairly typical modern even if forays into blues and rock oldschool remain possible.

[8] the fire of God the head, but only a little too modern. However, the sounds are of great quality.

OVERALL OPINION

This is one of Premire heads that I could try. I had lost the opportunity to use it since, but I have not, it-recently, a jam again with a happy owner and I allowed myself to make him spit out his potential. The heads crates dgagent something special and their sound is trs typ. But he that prove this will sound as enjoyable gear shock at hand.

The report qualitprix in Switzerland is less advantageous than in France. But his low rating on occasion actually a head of affordable exception.

It is a good investment and I think the leap from here can.

[7] Particulirement recommended!
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Crate Blue Voodoo BV150HBPublished on 03/25/08 at 03:33
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See other opinions :-)

I put 8 as casually head is complete.
Really well done.

It lacks a master general, that's not super good at practice but after a while they know the settings so it will have been worse as the default.

UTILIZATION

The setup is simple enough to not be known what we do.

What I mean is that if you touch it just to fuck the lower bottom, mids and treble to 0 in the middle ...
it's a shame ...

In any case there's no secret:
while at noon, it works well, after that there's more sculptured, and is very effective.
And there are some more settings, such as the ability to choose how often acted on the treble knob (on the lead channel)
or the possibility......
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See other opinions :-)

I put 8 as casually head is complete.
Really well done.

It lacks a master general, that's not super good at practice but after a while they know the settings so it will have been worse as the default.

UTILIZATION

The setup is simple enough to not be known what we do.

What I mean is that if you touch it just to fuck the lower bottom, mids and treble to 0 in the middle ...
it's a shame ...

In any case there's no secret:
while at noon, it works well, after that there's more sculptured, and is very effective.
And there are some more settings, such as the ability to choose how often acted on the treble knob (on the lead channel)
or the possibility of adding a few dB in the midrange (crunch channel).

Not need the manual, which is still pretty cool:)

In short, no complaints on that side, regardless of the channel on which you play, the sound will be directed, and that's great!

Last but very pleasant: the volume is very gradual, the head, contrary to popular belief, is pleasantly playable at reasonable volume, and on top of that, the gain setting of each channel is progressive and really accurate.

SOUNDS

This amp was perfect for my style of music, I say "appropriate" because I have no group today
and unfortunately I do not play anymore, she sleeps with my parents.

I played the neometal, tend a bit hardcore.
I played it with an Ibanez RG7 fitted with a DiMarzio Vai signature, and an EMG ESP Ultratone 7 in 707.
And the head was accompanied by his friend the cabinet in Crate V30 (also huge).

This head is top because it gave me the versatility I needed a clean passing nikel, it lacks a bit of roundness, but by inflating a little low right now it's going better. In any case even with high gain pickups that can remain crystalline.

A crunch is going good bluesy crunch Californian or a huuuuge in rhythmic crunch (limit more enjoyable than the lead, but it is personal, I like the large grains).

As for the lead, it is big, very big. The palm mute to wicked, a special grain, but I love, less conventional than the crunch, which gives it charm.

Basically, it sounds very Californian, even though the crunch has just british air.

I recorded a song with: www.myspace.com / kandjar

Judge for yourself.

OVERALL OPINION

I utillisée two years, for concerts, a few rehearsals and recording.
I like his versatility and strong personality.

The price / quality ratio is unbeatable in today for me.
3 channels also huge for the money, it's just indecent.

If one day I get to put together a group, I think I would not hesitate.

In the meantime, I'll part with it because it hurts my heart to see her sleep ...
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  • Manufacturer: Crate
  • Model: Blue Voodoo BV150HB
  • Category: Tube Guitar Amp Heads
  • Added in our database on: 12/07/2004

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