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phaesis phaesis
Publié le 08/07/14 à 01:14
Tube amp with one channel! But what HIS !!!!

UTILIZATION

SOUND sending live !!! Easy to use with a guitar and some effects between the guitar and the Mig 100, it sounds like this is not possible! an alarming signal to noise ratio, I tried the Marshall and I preferred the sound of the Mig 100 for its responsiveness, its equalization!

SOUNDS

Excellent for everything so it's clean !!!! Taking a slap whether clean or saturated ... besides we can play with the pots of the guitar to send the saturation is good ... otherwise you can also use a pre-amp saturation , it works superbly! I actually tried multiple with this amp and never disappointed !!!

OVERALL OPINION

For 20 years I have! Never failed !!!

Equalization is accurate, the power is amazing !!!

If I have one caveat to this amp ... its weight but good considering the sound I forgive him!
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