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toubib toubib
Publié le 09/27/06 à 11:10
Tube amp of 80 years, made in Belgium, once .....
50 w theoretical
but there is a switch studio / gala increases power "very" much ....
two channels, no "effects, one can adjust the reverb if it is outside!
a very simple channel volume, bass, treble
channel above + presence + 4 positions weird names
gloss / high / medium / high + medium, in fact a kind of equalizer mode before .......

UTILIZATION

No manual, but no need .....
déséquilbré to be tough because the power supply is on one side
old design
Robust wiring, lamps, wire
metal parts, metal knobs ....
true vintage
that is heating over the winter ....
At the time we had roadies .....!

SOUNDS

I play blues / rock (stratum, lag, etc.)
I bought a couple vintage fender cabinet 4x12 rocpro ....
quite honestly I was surprised at the beginning
enormously from sin, but very run of the mill ....
the differences between the sounds were huge ...
and then I added a tube preamp Rocktron gaignac, 80 euros ocaz!
and there
integral happiness!
this is what was missing: a tube preamp that turns it into vintage tube amp (too) powerful
and that sounds! ! !
fotswitch and saturation available at will, it amplifies it that you give it without thinking!

OVERALL OPINION

Bought almost by accident on this site with the baffle 400 euros
I added the preamp to 80 euros
and without saying anything, I did a rehearsed with the band, and a beef with other zicos in my area
well, at the end everyone said respect for the old
Yet there are people around: marshal, peavey vox, fender ....
not try it on the metal, look no modernity
but less than 500 euros with the preamp
you will make very fun vintage
take out the old guitars, and send! ! ! !
it is an old beast but not let himself die
for fun, experience, find your settings in "studio"
Put the ear plugs, plug "gala", and everyone will tell you: What is your amp? ? ? true story
the end is to disconnect the marshall, peavey the ...... it gives you an idea of ​​the amps that compete with ......
but that's vintage, nothing else,
me it's my thing, so .....
but should be rare these days .......
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