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  • joelarsenjoelarsen

    Davoli Lied 50 EffectsPublished on 08/27/06 at 01:52
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Tube amp head + body delivering approximately 50W of 60 years (1967/1970)
    it has 6 régages: acute, acute medium, medium, medium low, low and volume that can deliver a range of its importance clear sound.
    It also has three effects: reverb, tremolo and distortion (the latter does not) they are very average.

    UTILIZATION

    5 If adjustment potentiometers can be put off at first, they allowed me to find a sound approaching that old Fender with admittedly less precise but with a stronger presence in the bass.
    no manual but not necessary either!

    SOUNDS

    I play more rock & roll and blues rock should be perfectly clear sound.
    I love playing it with my Start (switch in middl…
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    Tube amp head + body delivering approximately 50W of 60 years (1967/1970)
    it has 6 régages: acute, acute medium, medium, medium low, low and volume that can deliver a range of its importance clear sound.
    It also has three effects: reverb, tremolo and distortion (the latter does not) they are very average.

    UTILIZATION

    5 If adjustment potentiometers can be put off at first, they allowed me to find a sound approaching that old Fender with admittedly less precise but with a stronger presence in the bass.
    no manual but not necessary either!

    SOUNDS

    I play more rock & roll and blues rock should be perfectly clear sound.
    I love playing it with my Start (switch in middle position / sleeve or sleeve) and start a few shots of blues.
    Variax with a set or a guitar gretsch rickenbacker type, a tape echo simulator is the direct return in the 60's.
    Sometimes I play on an old Fender Bandmaster of the same period and there I realize that lack of clarity over. As against impossible to play at low volume with the FENDER!

    OVERALL OPINION

    This amp I bought was an accident ca favorite
    but it is a favorite that takes a lot of room ...
    There are many more works
    in terms of such a symbol is a bit of supply and demand
    it seems to be traded between collectors
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