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ENGL E325 Thunder 50 Head

Tube Guitar Amp Head from ENGL belonging to the Thunder series

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Published on 03/15/08 at 02:45
Value For Money : Excellent
50 watt lamps
4 x ECC83 engl
2 x 5881 engl
Output HP: 8 or 16 ohms depending on the config '
effects loop with mix of balance

UTILIZATION

Setup is super simple. 3 channels: Clean / Crunch / Lead unfortunately with only one gain knob to manage the last 3 (ca becomes annoying after a while but you get used). Regarding the sound, one branch and it sounds now, it's really amazing that ptite corny! the manual is small but frankly, the amp is so easy to use that I've never opened ...
Beware, there aa no reverb ...
I put to use 8 / 10 because of a gain knob and the reverb.

SOUNDS

I use a Peavey 4 * 12.
I play mainly metal (esp with emg m400 Ltd 81 / Ibanez S Series with di Marzio) and I must say that the saturation of origin is simply wonderful, when you push a little and gain knob for the lead ca sounds big, sharp, precise, what it ENGL ... Nothing to say 20/20 ...
I also have a strat Southwestern (must clear the play from time to time) and there is the same, the first quiet ca ... the sound is warm, crystal-clear, pure happy for the ears, I can not get enough. I go through the effects loop to add reverb and chorus (with my boss gx-700) and it's too good ...
It's really a versatile amp, suitable for any musical style, we leave the sound you want, it is a killing ...

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 4 years and soon. I bought a little blind after reading the reviews on the AF forum and I do not regret in any way to have aquérir the beast. I have tried many pre amp: peavey 5150, d other heads engl most powerful ... and I must say for my part I will never sell the jewelry. Try to adopt it.
I really found the amp I tried. The sound is really huge and versatile. Too bad there have not just a home and a reverb knob gain per channel.
Otherwise great price / quality ratio! (- € 800 from Thomann).
If it was a remake, I resigned on again in a minute ...
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