ENGL E630 Savage 60 Head
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E630 Savage 60 Head, Tube Guitar Amp Head from ENGL in the Savage series.


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ENGL E630 Savage 60 Head tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: ENGL
  • Model: E630 Savage 60 Head
  • Series: Savage
  • Category: Tube Guitar Amp Heads
  • Added in our database on: 05/25/2006

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ENGL E630 Savage 60 Head user reviews

Average Score:4.7( 4.7/5 based on 7 reviews )
 5 reviews71 %
 2 reviews29 %
Value For Money :
psychofonic07/07/2014

psychofonic's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Dynamic and aggressive"

ENGL E630 Savage 60 Head
Amp head lamps 60 W
- 2 EL34 power
- 4 ECC83 preamp

- (Almost) 2 channels
- Channel 1: 1 win, 1 volume, 1 presence Bright 1 switch, 1 switch Rhythm Boost, Boost 1 switch Depth
- Channel 2: 1 win, 1 volume, 1 presence, Lead Boost 1 switch, 1 switch Depth Boost
- Common: bass, middle, treble, Hi Range Suppressor, 1 master volume

Simple effective connectivity ET:
- Footswitch (stereo channel change and activation volume solo)
- Parallel loop becomes FX series with the balance to 100%
- XLR output with level control and cab emulated output
- 1 8 ohm speaker output, 1 output speaker, 16 ohm

UTILIZATION

It is a quasi mono channel amplifier, the gain of channel 1 controls the gain level of channel 2 (the two are added in channel 2). The EQ setting is common.

The sound is a compromise of the two.
The solo is actually a volume attenuator switched on (default) is the normal volume, disengaged the volume is turned down by a few dB.
The loop actually works as a series loop when it is 100% perfect for the recent multi. And parallel to the refractory.

SOUNDS

Much to say right now, the sound is EXTREMELY typed. It is dry, very clear, incisive, dynamic.
The clean sound is nice but without much relief, the gain can give a nice color.
The crunch is good, it can saturate the extreme frequencies of the attack and remain relatively light and very dynamic.
Despite this, my fire-Triamp was significantly higher in the first two sounds.
Channel 2 can be rock (deep purple) and go to the metal with the boost engaged.
The sound is really focused on the midrange, even they remain before removing with a lot of attack, the palms-mutes resemble upercut on that front, a slap to my Triamp.
That said I'm missing a little something, a little body, the sound may not be enough 'imposing' frequency, but adding him a factor in Tube boost I get what I was missing.
I connect over a PRS Custom 22 (mahogany / maple) and a Burny Les Paul Custom.
My guitars are loaded with bass, and it sounds good with the amp is because just a little low, and I play Do.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a little less than a year. I love its simplicity, this signature sound. I have the version without standby, a real problem since the power tubes are expensive, I think he have one installed.
The amp is rare and not given OCCAZ, but this is the price for an amp that has a signature sound. I love this amp and compromise on the fact that the gain is shared, I even bought it!

I find it unfortunate that there is no relay to activate the boost channel 1, because you suddenly choose between light and crunch.
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Blacky09/22/2012

Blacky's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" My best amp!"

ENGL E630 Savage 60 Head
All Tube Amp

UTILIZATION

I put a bit of time to find the right settings, but it's worth looking ... for me the best amp I've ever had.

SOUNDS

Used mainly saturated sounds, I do not would pronounce on the clean channel (or almost never used)

Before buying (about 10 years ago now) I had tried nearly everything, and powerful sounds, warm me excited!

I recommend to metalheads like me, it's a killer! I said he is obviously not suitable for playing at low volume, it sends 60W lamps severe and too low volume lights are not the best for themselves.

OVERALL OPINION

I played it for 8 years, sold to regret following the judgment of my group. (Not suitable for play only at home)

I would buy without hesitation!

I LOVE THE SOUND - POWERFUL HOT - I RECOMMEND TO A 200% metalheads
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hubb06/01/2005

hubb's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

ENGL E630 Savage 60 Head
Amp 60W lamps.
4 lamps prampli ECC83 and 2 EL34 power tubes.
Outputs 8 and 16 ohms and an output line.
No effect Intgr.
The receiver is rugged and trs changing lamps is very easy.
It is plenty powerful for live (I play the 2 master volumes and channel 5).
The MODEL HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED ... dsormais

UTILIZATION

Trs easy to use but inconvnient is that there is an equalization for 2 channels (clean and lead).
However, each channel possde his own gain but the clean knob affects that of lead.La prsence and volume are as clean each channel.

SOUNDS

This amp is the reputable ENGL Fidler. Trs versatile of the big clean distortion through the crunch, it does not dlaisse one type of sound for another.
The clean is slamming trs, many mdiums but at the same time a heat discrte that the sound is not loud or aggressive.
The distortion, which m'intresse the most (I play the style mtal Tool, A Perfect Circle ...) is really a surgical precision! While clearly defined, especially the bread ... It has a lot of gain but not the sound amricain Randall; No normment low once again have the mdiums that dmarquent. The knob "Hi Range Suppressor" provides a good diversity of sounds.

OVERALL OPINION

Apart from the common to cean EQ and distortion, there is nothing wrong. I think 120W is too much, 60w is more than enough and we can push it so that it sounds better. I play with this amp pop, post-rock and mtal, and it rings of hell in all cases!
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lagrelle02/12/2006

lagrelle's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

ENGL E630 Savage 60 Head
All Tube amp head (in 4x12AX7 pramp 2xEL34 & power) Annona 60W.
For rglages, there are two channels (clean and disodium) with legalization common gains SERIES 2, 2 & 1 master volume, and SETTING THE prsence and depth "depth" in section power.
Note the knob "high range suppressor" that affects the rendering of acute and mdiums.
At the rear, an output of 8 ohms and 1 of 16, an effects loop with level dry / wet adjustable, a line-out.
Finally the head is strong, and at the dimensions must be a one of the most compact of the brand: 60 cm wide for only 15 pounds (compared with the screamer).
CHARACTERISTICS aa level looks really nice, especially since the visual is super nice (the grid that suggests lights and the beautiful logo ENGL).
Only BMOL, the lack of footswitch that m'empche here to the maximum.

UTILIZATION

Usage is simple enough to just do you spend a minimum of time.
Both gains are in SERIES, the knob "gain" acting on both channels while the "lead" only works on the Distortion channel. It's the only thing notable for the rest nothing complicated.
A good place to remember: if you use a 2-way footswitch with the head, a switch is ddi change the channel, the second offers a volume boost (can be 3 or 6 dB, I know too), ideal for example for solos

SOUNDS

If one were résumé of this head sounds in a word, it would be: Versatility!
this head can do absolutely everything, but without reaching the highest peaks in the sound it diffrent dlivre.
The clean is trs good, but hot as rglages lens, a good slap when necessary. But in any obviousness has n'gale not a good Fender or Boogie
By activating the "rhythm boost" you get a good crunch trs invoice, near the Marshall with the teeth in mdiums CHARACTERISTICS in Engl.
The lead is also gorgeous, as is the DIFFERENT SETTING THE Tone (even if they are not as effective as in Boogie) rvlent their full potential. Is obtained sounds big rock hard but mtal no problem.
However the head is not Designed for no, and for the really extreme mtal better go see the ct of the Fireball or Powerball.

OVERALL OPINION

Finally a good rev head amp, super versatile, which is now only used for a price of about 1000, and is well worth the.
Pity qques small default as qualo common and no footswitch.
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