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Redplate Amplification Magic Dust DuoPublished on 01/17/14 at 07:31
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
All tube amplification
100W 17W possibility to go by a simple switch on the back.
Effects loop with adjustable mix

UTILIZATION

Configuration of both simple and complex ... we have three channels, a clear and two drive, light is very simple, namely a tone and volume, and 3 different modes of "types" amp "fendériens" available in two variants for each entry (ie 6 variations) The drive 1 is simple, gain, drive and level for the drive 2 is more complete with a full bass middle treble equation + the drive, gain and level, all for the preamp section and the power, presence and master part.
Each sound can be boosted and more via the footswitch, so we have some sounds at the foot ...
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All tube amplification
100W 17W possibility to go by a simple switch on the back.
Effects loop with adjustable mix

UTILIZATION

Configuration of both simple and complex ... we have three channels, a clear and two drive, light is very simple, namely a tone and volume, and 3 different modes of "types" amp "fendériens" available in two variants for each entry (ie 6 variations) The drive 1 is simple, gain, drive and level for the drive 2 is more complete with a full bass middle treble equation + the drive, gain and level, all for the preamp section and the power, presence and master part.
Each sound can be boosted and more via the footswitch, so we have some sounds at the foot ...
So there is a certain to find a good sound input, on the other hand to balance all that ease, it is more complex ...

SOUNDS

I play mostly covers of rock, ranging from sounds sixties to more recent stuff, I confess with my Les Paul R7, all squarely reacts well with a telecaster RI52 is against such by Hello "readjusting" full of sound between the two guitars (which is normal at the same time ...). I think the crunch sounds particularly full (clear sound with the boost engaged: a dream come true for me ...), the drives are also very present and very "singing".
It should be noted that it still sends heavy, I recommend the use apartment even 17W ... and it is rare that I use the 100W mode, and yet our drummer bangs well ...

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for more than two years and I admit I struggled a bit to balance sounds good but it starts to return (about time ...), I think I'll keep it for very long (I hope anyway) as to make the turn I will still quite some time, this beautiful amp is so rich in sounds that I can still surprise me by the beast after more than two years of use ! I had bought ocazz and do not regret this purchase, I would tend to recommend it but watch again, for the sound, it will send some volume so ... expected!
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  • Manufacturer: Redplate Amplification
  • Model: Magic Dust Duo
  • Category: Tube Guitar Amp Heads
  • Added in our database on: 08/20/2010

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