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damaged_rose damaged_rose
Publié le 06/15/09 à 17:05
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UTILIZATION

The settings are pretty simple you plug his guitar hack it 5 mins and found a sound that pleases us without too much problem, although we still have to turn the knobs feel a difference in sound (or is not the end of a quarter turn nomplus ..)

SOUNDS

I used this amp with an ibanez gio mounted DiMarzio tonezone a LTD EC-1000 with EMG-81, and an increase in ESP horizon SH13 Seymour Duncan.

sound level + the first
warp channel is quite méchand grain distortion is simpa AC sends a lot of not very heavy riffs to solos are no worries.

level clean, good bah is workable but it is on the strongest of the amplifier remains in the channel warp. Its workable so we regret that even slight pop when a pity a little reverb was also simpa it costs nothing

them - are the clean channel was pretty when AC Delesse conseption it would have been better then this amp distortion level of presence is sorely lacking. The sound is really simpa but repeats or concert ... this head has to be peinne enttendre despite its 120 watts

OVERALL OPINION

The price / quality ratio is not
the clean sound is disappointing
the popping sound lacks presence despite being pretty good
I used 3 years before pdt barter in ENGL powerball cons (head amp in the same price range as the warp and which surpasses by far)

I do not ferrai surment the same choice.
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