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Hiwatt  DR-504 Custom 50 Head
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Hiwatt DR-504 Custom 50 Head

Tube Guitar Amp Head from Hiwatt belonging to the Custom series.

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lagartija nick lagartija nick

«  the best Panzer amps »

Publié le 03/03/11 à 07:23
Everything has been said about the panzer amps! Hand made by workers at RAF origin (you Spitfire parts in it! Lol!)

More powerful than any marshall 100w lamps (I confirm with my guitar on stage and others), I bought secondhand in 1982 ... there was a burnt coil repair therefore, I take this opportunity to changing lamps ...
Only a few could rival the power is my Fender Hot Rod deVille 212 60w but it's a combo (like my little destroyer ears transistor Fender M80) so its restricted diffusion chamber without extra.

it'll do thirty years that I have and I will continue with another thirty years ... once repaired!!

UTILIZATION

simple death
its nickel
a manual? why?

SOUNDS

is a vrai4x4, goes everywhere and is suitable for all styles (with effects that go well)
Mine has never saturated to death (no effect), it's all a little crunch ... the sound is very present, I use MS Office with a 4 / 12 1960A and a Peavey 4 / 12 with metal gate (old)
I am sure he is as powerful as my Peavey Triple XXX, but I never tried the 2 together ...
I play post punk / goth / industrial / rock batcave

OVERALL OPINION

10/10,
not need a super saturated gain, at least we may well use the external effects without boiling sound!
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