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Sinmarc Bazic G50R Cabezal
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Sinmarc Bazic G50R Cabezal

Tube Guitar Amp Head from Sinmarc .

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Sinmarc Bazic G50R CabezalPublished on 04/07/06 at 03:20
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
* * PRAMPLIFICATEUR
3 channels: Clean, Crunch, Lead.
Lamps: 3 x ECC83.
Equalizer: 3 Bands Low-Treble-Middes.
CONTRL: Gain, Lead Channel, Master, Reverb.
Fx: Links with the effects of balance CONTRL
* OUTPUT *
Footswitch Jack for a stereo.
1 Jack stereo speakers for indoor 8-Ohms.
2 mono jacks for speaker and other indoor outdoor 4-ohm
* AMPLIFIER *
Power: 50Watts.
Lamps: 2 x EL34 1 x ECC83.
* DIMENSIONS / WEIGHT *
51x 22 x 21.5 cm / 11 kg

UTILIZATION

This is only amp I tried in the store but the config is relatively simple and it is very easy to use with only 3 channels.
It quickly gets a big sound!

SOUNDS

This amp is really quite versatile in my......
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* * PRAMPLIFICATEUR
3 channels: Clean, Crunch, Lead.
Lamps: 3 x ECC83.
Equalizer: 3 Bands Low-Treble-Middes.
CONTRL: Gain, Lead Channel, Master, Reverb.
Fx: Links with the effects of balance CONTRL
* OUTPUT *
Footswitch Jack for a stereo.
1 Jack stereo speakers for indoor 8-Ohms.
2 mono jacks for speaker and other indoor outdoor 4-ohm
* AMPLIFIER *
Power: 50Watts.
Lamps: 2 x EL34 1 x ECC83.
* DIMENSIONS / WEIGHT *
51x 22 x 21.5 cm / 11 kg

UTILIZATION

This is only amp I tried in the store but the config is relatively simple and it is very easy to use with only 3 channels.
It quickly gets a big sound!

SOUNDS

This amp is really quite versatile in my taste although it is a prdestin jazz, blues and even metal. Unfortunately I do not jou my stuff on it but I used a Lag Roxanne to try it. And, we get a very warm and round has to think about the sound of a Mesa Boogie standard (according to the seller of the store) ... Certainly, it seems to me that this amp has a real potential ...

OVERALL OPINION

I have not bought this amp because it requires reflection and I have not found many reviews for the device (also not anywhere ...), so I am the first not!
But I guarantee you it's worth the cost to listen to it in the stomach (a branch of the same speaker brand in 4x12).
Some models of the mark (100 watts for that matter) is a small light that indicates wear lights and I found it quite interesting!
In fact this amp is a true cost of heart since at first I did not try to buy equipment but just picks. But this amp has the characters even if he does not pay too much mine.
As a report quality price, I think it is really good ... It is a well made amp hand made in Spain (Sinmarc is Spanish!), The aesthetic is not fabulous but it seems fairly robust and the lamps are of very high quality (one can of also see a lot of montes on models of Mesa Boogie.
All ide a price! 1300 for the head lamps and 4x12 cabinet, it makes a nice package, and do not forget the footswitch reclammer !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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  • Manufacturer: Sinmarc
  • Model: Bazic G50R Cabezal
  • Category: Tube Guitar Amp Heads
  • Added in our database on: 04/07/2006

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