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  • red-windred-wind

    Fame Rock Force VPublished on 06/09/09 at 08:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    100W hand-wired head lamps all
    * Lamps: 4 x 3 x 12AX7 and 6L6 + 2 SC3S
    * Connectors: 1 between High & Low 1, effects loop, footswitch
    * Power: 100W, and possibility to switch to 50W
    * Rglages: legalization common for both channels, clean channel volume, Overdrive channel gain and volume, brightness switches, and finally one with his master reverb.

    UTILIZATION

    Head amp classic rglage trs simple.
    Using the effects loop is as simple and useful for trs sounds Varis.

    Not rocket science to understand
    Solid level is a tank that I looked very rsistant, and has the advantage of not too hot.

    SOUNDS

    I did that with Gibson over jou, but I would situate the amp halfw…
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    100W hand-wired head lamps all
    * Lamps: 4 x 3 x 12AX7 and 6L6 + 2 SC3S
    * Connectors: 1 between High & Low 1, effects loop, footswitch
    * Power: 100W, and possibility to switch to 50W
    * Rglages: legalization common for both channels, clean channel volume, Overdrive channel gain and volume, brightness switches, and finally one with his master reverb.

    UTILIZATION

    Head amp classic rglage trs simple.
    Using the effects loop is as simple and useful for trs sounds Varis.

    Not rocket science to understand
    Solid level is a tank that I looked very rsistant, and has the advantage of not too hot.

    SOUNDS

    I did that with Gibson over jou, but I would situate the amp halfway between Mesa and Bogner.

    Sounds clear: according to the position of the switch brightness, it can be a little crystal or trs warm and soft. Clean sounds I like. In rglant good amp, you can even get a "twang" a little jazz / funk. However BMOL ds you push the volume and you scratch too hard on the guitar, the amp crunch Manir very fat. We like it or not, may be useful for some trs rvler styles (punk among others).

    Distortion channel: rgler nothing, it will tend to stone-rock sound reminiscent of the Mesa and also some effects and ProCo Rat Fulltone OCD. When the legalization quibble, however, we can do a lot of sound rock, punk rock, and even (by pushing it well) sounds more heavy / heavy, and too much fat fuzz sound reminiscent of the Big Muff Pi

    The channel is greatly reduced when the saturated gain, can also make sounds useful lgrement dirty rock and pop-rock/britpop, as well as solo.

    The reverb is not bad.
    Most of the amp is the diversity of sounds that can make him spit (including the effects, and with the effects loop), but the solidity and power dconcertante.

    Cons: the crunch of the clear fat ds that scratches a little too hard on guitar (if we lower the volume of the guitar can circumvent the problem). Channel and saturated when the volume of channel bottom, the guitar too, and that the effects are strong, a tendency to sound a slurry.

    Nanmoins I think the amp is a good buy when looking versatility. And if you like the sound Mesa, Bogner, Peavey, then this amp is for you. If you are looking for a sound or sound too typical fender light fawn, however, forget it.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It'll be a year since I possde, and I still discovering new sounds. The amp is quite frankly. However, it is not really suitable for mtal screaming sounds (sounds kind of a Marshall tone with the bottom in the treble). He tends plutt growl that scream.

    But outside the mtal screaming, I think it's a good bte that looks very solid. Rglages a lot of potential and a good reverb.
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