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Egnater Tweaker-40
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Egnater Tweaker-40

Tube Guitar Amp Head from Egnater belonging to the Tweaker series.

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" The amp to do everything"

Egnater Tweaker-40Published on 01/19/12 at 07:39
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
2 channel amp head:
3 12AX7
2 6L6 ruby ​​labeled Egnater
A common EQ: bass treble midle with selector United States (fender), VX (VOX) and BRIT (MARSHALL)
Each channel is completely identical and not all need is dedicated to a clear and sound saturated (so we can make two clean sounds or 2 saturated or saturated and the first channel clear 2èeme etc. ..):
gain and master, primarily: the gain of each channel: mid cut (to dig the media), tight / deep (to choose between low or, conversely, further precise and straight), hot / clean (to select between clear and crunch), bright (to add shine)
The master of each channel: a switch Vintage / Modern to be a flat eq, in either a......
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2 channel amp head:
3 12AX7
2 6L6 ruby ​​labeled Egnater
A common EQ: bass treble midle with selector United States (fender), VX (VOX) and BRIT (MARSHALL)
Each channel is completely identical and not all need is dedicated to a clear and sound saturated (so we can make two clean sounds or 2 saturated or saturated and the first channel clear 2èeme etc. ..):
gain and master, primarily: the gain of each channel: mid cut (to dig the media), tight / deep (to choose between low or, conversely, further precise and straight), hot / clean (to select between clear and crunch), bright (to add shine)
The master of each channel: a switch Vintage / Modern to be a flat eq, in either a modern EQ with bass and treble emphasized.
On the back, there is an effect loop send / return with a setting of 4 db (a practice not to have lost with long cables)
2 HP
An impedance selector 8 April 16 ohms
a selection of 100 110 and 230 volts in a transparent plastic cover, unscrew it (if you change countries!)
The amp comes with a very nice pedal metal black 2 switches for changing the channel and activate the effects loop.

UTILIZATION

Despite all the switches, this amp is very intuitive and makes it easy to sculpt beautiful sounds. In addition the manual provides examples of settings to access different sounds: the marshall to fender deluxe boosted.

SOUNDS

This is where the real fun begins: is it a Egnater amp can sound manufactured in China as well as a good amp made in United States. Well, yes and more:
Anything is possible with this amp: beautiful crystalline sound or otherwise, big sounds much saturated fat, or polished (YMMV, the switches are made for that).
In fact, it is the most versatile amp in my collection.
For fans of metal, the distortion is not strong enough in the style rather JCM800 or JMP overboosted, but the amp accepts any distortion or boost though (I tried with a boss ds1 Japan, an old TS9, a Xotic ac booster, Xotic BB preamp ... a) short, everything goes perfectly.
While versatile, the Egnater still in its own sound, clean sounds are clear, but always warm and never garish.
The saturations are evidence of the body with a lower midrange position BRIT very typical Marshall (it is strongly reminiscent of the sound of Andy Timmons if you leave the treble around 10).
Power is the appointment and will rehearse and do gigs without any problems even though I have heard 40w do more "racket".
For cons, I think it's above 5 to the Master, that sounds really turn out clear with a superb heat.
Finally, the challenge remains to find the two sounds you will keep as all the sounds are usable and good.
Jazz at the Hard Rock (There's more to the metal!) Go for it, it's the bomb.
I play it with strats and a Gibson Les Paul and tweaker really respect the style of guitar plugged into it.

OVERALL OPINION

Purchased fewer than 1 month, I am delighted with my purchase and I find the price / quality ratio really extraordinary.
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  • Manufacturer: Egnater
  • Model: Tweaker-40
  • Series: Tweaker
  • Category: Tube Guitar Amp Heads
  • Added in our database on: 09/21/2011

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