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Frenzel Tube Amps 5E3 Deluxe Plus
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  • johan_56johan_56

    Frenzel Tube Amps 5E3 Deluxe PlusPublished on 10/02/08 at 09:38
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    All Tube Amplifier Head lamps 3 preamp (12AX7) 2 amplification (6L6) and a correction (5u4) switchable.
    The power of the amp is 25 watt which sounds like a 100 watt transistors.
    The amp is built entirely by hand.
    Channel 1 Normal and Bright channels no effect

    I put 9 because no reverb

    UTILIZATION

    Simple configuration with the bare minimum:
    Normal gain
    Bright Gain
    Bass
    Middle
    Treble
    Master
    Presence
    It finds its relative ease

    SOUNDS

    Then there are two channels one "normal" and "bright" and the two channels are cleans if you push the gain sound then delivers a crunch sound very good.
    I played with a stratocaster RI 57 and a lag roxanne rs 200 + …
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    All Tube Amplifier Head lamps 3 preamp (12AX7) 2 amplification (6L6) and a correction (5u4) switchable.
    The power of the amp is 25 watt which sounds like a 100 watt transistors.
    The amp is built entirely by hand.
    Channel 1 Normal and Bright channels no effect

    I put 9 because no reverb

    UTILIZATION

    Simple configuration with the bare minimum:
    Normal gain
    Bright Gain
    Bass
    Middle
    Treble
    Master
    Presence
    It finds its relative ease

    SOUNDS

    Then there are two channels one "normal" and "bright" and the two channels are cleans if you push the gain sound then delivers a crunch sound very good.
    I played with a stratocaster RI 57 and a lag roxanne rs 200 + my things including a fuzz and distortion to light all of this with a Marshall 1960 AV cabinet and all its pass over what is interesting for me knowing that I play all styles.
    One goal of this amp is to have a clean sound very pure to be able to add effects pedals. amp meets very well the sound of pedals and guitars.

    Therefore, the channel "normal" has a marshall its type with a lot of low and medium
    -Channel has a bright fender over the type and slammed with more acute
    The sounds in general are quite vintage.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a month and I am more than satisfied
    The quality / price ratio is worth knowing that the amp is all-tube and is handmade.
    It's a little known brand in France and waiting to be better known because they are very good amps.
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