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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 08/20/05 at 13:55
All Tube Amp 50 watts (still huge!) 3 channels (clear, crunch and lead)
Connectivity simple, very simple: one input, two output 8 or 16 ohms, and an effects loop.
7 knob: gain, bass, mid, high, volume crunch, lead volume, master volume.

UTILIZATION

Really easy to use.
One bp! gain common to all channels!
Two channels: saturated and clear. The gain knob controls both the degree of saturation of the saturated channel, but also the volume of the clean channel. Independent of the knobs would not have too many t ...
As for the saturated channel there are two modes: lead and crunch.

if you plug and rings.

SOUNDS

I play rock, hard rock, blues, metal. Both versatile amp but paradoxically very typ. I mean that the dispute can be addressed style. And do it with efficiency!

The clear, very hot, we can pull sounds more bluesy or crystalline ...
The crunch is nice with a lot of bite.
The lead is devastating ...

OVERALL OPINION

Report quality unbeatable price (715 euro bought new by corespond in Germany).
I know of no other product ENGL.
I had a priori vis a vis this mark, I thought she was too typical heavy metal. But no!

The only downside is the gain knob, too bad there ais no gain per channel.

otherwise it's a killer!
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