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  • Matosman59Matosman59

    Excellent pedal preamp

    Hughes & Kettner Tubeman MKIIPublished on 11/22/14 at 01:53
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    A lamp REALLY fed ht (not like some 9volt mouhaha pedal ...)
    3 channels
    1 equalizer
    1 entry
    1 recording output
    1 output in the return of the amp

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to adjust.
    A manual? Y has t he REALLY need?
    J uses this pedal essentielement for clear and crunch.

    SOUNDS

    Sound in mind h & k.
    A beautiful clear, a crunch to cry when the saturation., I like, but do not over ride the gain (although nice on a small bowl).
    Its very hot.
    The equalization is very effective and can help sculpt your sound to perfection.
    Plugged into a Marshall Vintage Modern, it allows me to have several sounds directly to the foot.
    A transistor, it adds heat.
    The rec…
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    A lamp REALLY fed ht (not like some 9volt mouhaha pedal ...)
    3 channels
    1 equalizer
    1 entry
    1 recording output
    1 output in the return of the amp

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to adjust.
    A manual? Y has t he REALLY need?
    J uses this pedal essentielement for clear and crunch.

    SOUNDS

    Sound in mind h & k.
    A beautiful clear, a crunch to cry when the saturation., I like, but do not over ride the gain (although nice on a small bowl).
    Its very hot.
    The equalization is very effective and can help sculpt your sound to perfection.
    Plugged into a Marshall Vintage Modern, it allows me to have several sounds directly to the foot.
    A transistor, it adds heat.
    The recording output is very good.
    I double D also some microphone jack with this case for very pro Reg.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Not below a lamp pedal mesa (actually all depends on the desired sounds).
    D also just see how long h & k sells this pedal to its catalog. :)
    I have long hesitated with blackstar ht, but I do not regret my choice.
    For "small concerts," I take it Boitie + reverb of a pedal and you're done and it's still much better quality than the small lamps amps, plus the fact that this very compact night, I love it!
    You can do anything with this pedal, but it is anyway VESTED to rock and rock that spot, see the metal (but that is not my trip.)
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  • RoditoRodito

    Practice

    Hughes & Kettner Tubeman MKIIPublished on 02/03/14 at 16:26
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Preamp
    1 instrument input
    2 outputs: amp or PA
    3 channels: clean, crunch and lead
    1 Joint EQ (bass, mid and treble)
    independent volume for each channel + master volume common
    Micro format is very interesting and practical
    It is both transportable in a backpack and is used as a pedal, the chassis and the knobs seem solid.

    UTILIZATION

    The manual does not say much, but at the same time the use is extremely simple, with knobs rather sensitive. One can easily find his sound.
    It was unfortunate that the input and outputs are reversed with respect to any matter not pedal, which can make the connection, but nothing major.
    The same for the common equalizer, there is a tr…
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    Preamp
    1 instrument input
    2 outputs: amp or PA
    3 channels: clean, crunch and lead
    1 Joint EQ (bass, mid and treble)
    independent volume for each channel + master volume common
    Micro format is very interesting and practical
    It is both transportable in a backpack and is used as a pedal, the chassis and the knobs seem solid.

    UTILIZATION

    The manual does not say much, but at the same time the use is extremely simple, with knobs rather sensitive. One can easily find his sound.
    It was unfortunate that the input and outputs are reversed with respect to any matter not pedal, which can make the connection, but nothing major.
    The same for the common equalizer, there is a tradeoff between the different channels.
    As a preamp, the Tubeman could have an effects loop.

    SOUNDS

    This is my first toy lamp, I can not compare it with other things (except that I have ever tried in shop), and there is a huge difference. I have a Gibson explore with emg pickups and an amp peavey envoy 110. The difference is obvious between before and after. The volume was multiplied by 4, now I can push my sound much more. To play with me, my two volumes are almost at minimum and it is clearly sufficient. I look forward to push a little more.
    I find the sound great, especially the clean channel has a very beautiful clear sound, especially used with a chorus. The crunch is very nice and well being pushed, although I do not use it too. The lead should compete with any distortion pedal hi-gain transistor, the sound is solid, consistent and powerful, and there is a voicing knob more gain and volume that can push a little more in aggressiveness, but we quickly found, however short to play death. I play a lot of thrash and I found to my liking, but I have liked to have a little more. However, I think it is perfect for prog metal, speed, symphonic.
    Its great advantage is the versatility and sound quality.

    OVERALL OPINION

    For a very reasonable price, this is a very good option for those who want to spend transistor lamp. The sound quality and versatility really worth it for a modest cost.

    This is one that is clearly oriented studio unit, and it is a shame because its ergonomics lent itself to be used live. This does not mean it can not be used live, but it does not seem very practical for this purpose. He could also have a button to turn rather than connect the power supply directly.
    However, it is quite portable and does not take place. It lands on the ground directly in front and active.
    So despite some flaws, I am quite satisfied. I find the lead a little short in aggression level but it remains powerful and massive and this is largely offset by its versatility.
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  • Le JackLe Jack

    Although the machine nag!

    Hughes & Kettner Tubeman MKIIPublished on 02/22/13 at 03:33
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It is therefore a tube preamp (1 * 12AX7) that delivers the power of the amplifier to which it is connected (in my case, a Lionheart 20W).

    It connects with two jacks (one for connecting the pedal to the amp and one to connect the guitar) and includes a power supply.

    Level settings: 3 channels:
    A clear channel with a knob for volume,
    Crunch channel with two knobs: one for volume and one for the saturation level,
    Channel saturated with 3 knobs: volume, level of saturation. and voicing.
    Add this to: Joint equalization with adjustable bass, midrange and treble + volume general.

    I put 7 because there is no bypass, once the preamp plugged one is obliged to use it without being ab…
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    It is therefore a tube preamp (1 * 12AX7) that delivers the power of the amplifier to which it is connected (in my case, a Lionheart 20W).

    It connects with two jacks (one for connecting the pedal to the amp and one to connect the guitar) and includes a power supply.

    Level settings: 3 channels:
    A clear channel with a knob for volume,
    Crunch channel with two knobs: one for volume and one for the saturation level,
    Channel saturated with 3 knobs: volume, level of saturation. and voicing.
    Add this to: Joint equalization with adjustable bass, midrange and treble + volume general.

    I put 7 because there is no bypass, once the preamp plugged one is obliged to use it without being able to use the amp's preamp.

    UTILIZATION

    At first glance, it looks so simple (I do not think anyone is likely to destabilize face a dozen knobs).

    As to get a good sound, it's another story: the clean channel does about the road when I pass on the neck pickup of my guitar, otherwise it is unusable in my opinion.
    The other two channels do not pose any problems, they are nickels: it sounds and it sounds strong.

    I do not have the manual (bought used, the previous owner did not have to find any use in manual).

    I put 7 again because the clean channel is still very poor.

    SOUNDS

    It suits my style of music if I want to make metal (sounds metals are not characteristic of Lionheart, that's why I made this pedal).

    I have two guitars: a Schecter C1 Classic with whom I played with this amp (it's a versatile guitar: I play with it all on my amp oriented blues / rock with pedal and each time it sounds).
    The other guitar is another story: it is a Lag The Blues whose output level of microphones is very ... very ... very high! So I still tried to connect the preamp. but really, it does nothing.

    About the settings: Because I am using the clean channel only with the neck pickup of the Schecter, I get the ample (with bass 5/10, mids at 7/10 and treble at 7 / 10. NB: I said that the neck pickup of this guitar is in Duncan SH2).
    The crunch channel which allows for a more rock, hard rock (typed a little Deep Purple), I leave the EQ as it is, but then I can return to bridge pickup (NB: SH4). it does not bleed, the sound is crisp and clear and the Lionheart who is a very good amp captures the sound spectrum.
    Saturated channel is very complete: if I put as much or little saturation and voicing, the sound will change completely: if I set to minimum (below 5/10 for each knob), I get a his very special, as if I had plugged an overdrive playing on the clean channel. on the other hand, if I push it all to 8 or 9/10, there I go really sounds bourrines property: if I had I would feel almost level attack to play Steve Vai (but hey it is a matter level). In addition, I tested this pedal with an Ibanez and Dimarzio equipped does not sound like either (like what the amp does not mistreat are generated by the guitar). To summarize: it is really the asset channel preamp.

    In sum, it is very easy to understand now that I prefer the sound: the crunch channel with the EQ set as I described above, and the channel saturation which is very complete.
    The sound that I do not like: clear channel bridge pickup regardless of the setting of the equalizer.

    I put 8 because excellence could not be achieved if all sounds I had liked.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use since July 2012, it should be 8 months (which gave me time to explore much of the sound of the beast).

    I have not tried any similar product model, I simply test this stuff up before you buy.

    Feature that I like most: the variations of sounds you can get on the channel saturation., Price.

    Feature I like least: no bypass, poverty clear channel.

    As I said above: the price at which I got (€ 140 while the price new is € 375: more than two and a half times cheaper) is perfect for 140 € I play metal well nag no need to ruin me buying another amp head to a minimum of 300 €.

    With experience, I do not know if I would do this choice: it is a question of resources and availability (I do not buy my gear that opportunity because I do not trust the Internet for this type of equipment and prices in shops are prohibitive).
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  • guigue106guigue106

    nice

    Hughes & Kettner Tubeman MKIIPublished on 07/02/12 at 13:35
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    PREAM lamp has 3 channels

    UTILIZATION

    simple: yes
    Manual: beneficial
    obtain a sound: AC takes time for reflection

    SOUNDS

    music style: only the distal one with 80% voicing has allowed me to be I was looking for.

    type of sound? : Clear, sharp, crisp, clean, smooth (one side P'ti "petruccien")

    guitar. esp m2 / vai jem 7DY: jpm p3 .....


    looking for big sound prog, and ideal

    OVERALL OPINION

    I "traded" against a time line has al 6 has a buddy, and I never regrété this exchange.

    I plugged in the in the order: jpmp3-535Q-tubeman2-bossge7-digi-delay (return) 401 Marshall amp dsl.

    well and taking the time to refine all this arsenal, I'd sound good …
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    PREAM lamp has 3 channels

    UTILIZATION

    simple: yes
    Manual: beneficial
    obtain a sound: AC takes time for reflection

    SOUNDS

    music style: only the distal one with 80% voicing has allowed me to be I was looking for.

    type of sound? : Clear, sharp, crisp, clean, smooth (one side P'ti "petruccien")

    guitar. esp m2 / vai jem 7DY: jpm p3 .....


    looking for big sound prog, and ideal

    OVERALL OPINION

    I "traded" against a time line has al 6 has a buddy, and I never regrété this exchange.

    I plugged in the in the order: jpmp3-535Q-tubeman2-bossge7-digi-delay (return) 401 Marshall amp dsl.

    well and taking the time to refine all this arsenal, I'd sound good prog, c was not the "mesa-attitude" I finally took it in good and well saturated, very sharp.

    vicing button plays a dominant role for "define" the color of your music, the Overdrive channel, m 'never used it and clean either.

    I saturai rhythm in the power amp, and a ride I was passing on the clean channel, just these four parameters already allowed much good "escurtion" music.
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  • MGR/Niki NMGR/Niki N

    Hughes and Kettner Tubeman 2 Recording Station

    Hughes & Kettner Tubeman MKIIPublished on 01/31/02 at 15:00
    I've purchased the unit through Internet from a German distributor of Hughes and Kettner Products /Musik Service Gmbh/. Because Hughes & Kettner are German based company I decided that it will be the cheapest way, besides that I live in Europe and the shipping costs are kept to the minimum as well. The total cost, including shipping and custom duties was around 320$.
    Before that I've tried Tubeman as a live preamp directly plugged into a PA system in a guitar shop in Denmark. The tone and feeling was great. And as soon as I came back home I ordered it /Denmark is not the country where you can buy gear cheap/.

    This unit has 3 switchable channels. Clean, Crunch and Lead, all of them sharin…
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    I've purchased the unit through Internet from a German distributor of Hughes and Kettner Products /Musik Service Gmbh/. Because Hughes & Kettner are German based company I decided that it will be the cheapest way, besides that I live in Europe and the shipping costs are kept to the minimum as well. The total cost, including shipping and custom duties was around 320$.
    Before that I've tried Tubeman as a live preamp directly plugged into a PA system in a guitar shop in Denmark. The tone and feeling was great. And as soon as I came back home I ordered it /Denmark is not the country where you can buy gear cheap/.

    This unit has 3 switchable channels. Clean, Crunch and Lead, all of them sharing common EQ with Bass, Mid and Treble controls. Lead channel has a voicing control, which realy changes the tone of the preamp from mild lead to "blow-the-windows" heavy lead sounds, but preserving the character of the guitar.
    Clean channel is great - it has awesome dynamics, which can be controlled just with the picking technique /just like with a real amp/. Max the guitar volume and it breaks-up nicely, back it a little and it is godly clean.
    Crunch channel on the other side is aimed towards blues,classic rock. It is very full and fat sounding without "over-the-top" gain. Just enough to get early Santana or AC/DC tone, depending on how you set it.
    Lead channel is the one that should be used for heavy leads. It doesnt has the massive amount of gain that Messa Triaxis provides, but has just enough to pill the paint off the wall. As a huge Extreme/Nuno Bettencourt fen I can get almost every Extreme sound with Tubeman and my Washburn Nuno Bettencourt signature guitar.

    Not noisy at all, except on the Lead Channel, which is easily removable by any Noise Suppresor.


    It would be nice if it had some MIDI implementation there. For switching the channels, enabling/dissabling the EQ.

    Solid German Craftsmanship- all shiny sturdy metal. It is built to last forever. I own it from a year and it doesnt have a scratch.

    Overall this is great,great,great recording preamp. It is primarily designed for a recording preamp and there is where its best. But if you want three big sounding amps in 10"x10"x5" box live on stage, with no doubt it can be used as a very professional sounding unit.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • SkaLolSkaLol

    Hughes & Kettner Tubeman MKIIPublished on 02/21/03 at 05:52
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The tubeman pramp is a 3-channel lamp (no bypass). Clean, SAT1 and SAT2. There is a master volume gnral, we can clear the aisment cruncher ... The SAT2 has a contour rglage type that allows her to spend a dirty type 70 a very heavy metal sound. There is a fairly effective equalizer.
    Level connectivity, and a between two types of output to the amp or to the table with a redbox DI Intgr. It is therefore convenient to work home but I am no fan of this type of connection.
    Otherwise, the pedals and buttons are super sturdy ... no complaints! I regret the absence of a bypass ...

    UTILIZATION

    No problem for the use, if one knows how to use an amp ...

    SOUNDS

    The quality is …
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    The tubeman pramp is a 3-channel lamp (no bypass). Clean, SAT1 and SAT2. There is a master volume gnral, we can clear the aisment cruncher ... The SAT2 has a contour rglage type that allows her to spend a dirty type 70 a very heavy metal sound. There is a fairly effective equalizer.
    Level connectivity, and a between two types of output to the amp or to the table with a redbox DI Intgr. It is therefore convenient to work home but I am no fan of this type of connection.
    Otherwise, the pedals and buttons are super sturdy ... no complaints! I regret the absence of a bypass ...

    UTILIZATION

    No problem for the use, if one knows how to use an amp ...

    SOUNDS

    The quality is top! Start with my Tex Mex j'obtient a really nice grain style Dire Straits ... has sounds great ... For my Cort, has allowed me to sound heavier when to group ... I enjoy making the same Systm of a Down ... for DLIR super versatile.
    As a color rather pronounced lack of bypass that we lose the color of the amp less to do several circuits with an AB box.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Ending for a year of use, no pb ... turned and lugged it all week, on or scnes RPTS ...
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  • fops33fops33

    Hughes & Kettner Tubeman MKIIPublished on 09/03/05 at 22:37
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    An input and output amp output mixer, and is all sufficient. The output mixer possde a redbox so intgre cabinet simulator.
    Pdalier 3 channels, clean sound channel 1, channel 2 crunch sounds, channel 3 with the saturated SETTING THE voicing its range to choose mdiums frequency drives.
    Three color LED indicates diffrent which channel you are

    UTILIZATION

    It is a prampli, you can not use simple

    SOUNDS

    Trs type sound but excellent regardless of the channel.

    OVERALL OPINION

    A beautiful pedals that uses technology lamp. Trs versatile, it fits virtually all styles of music except trash and other extremes.
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    An input and output amp output mixer, and is all sufficient. The output mixer possde a redbox so intgre cabinet simulator.
    Pdalier 3 channels, clean sound channel 1, channel 2 crunch sounds, channel 3 with the saturated SETTING THE voicing its range to choose mdiums frequency drives.
    Three color LED indicates diffrent which channel you are

    UTILIZATION

    It is a prampli, you can not use simple

    SOUNDS

    Trs type sound but excellent regardless of the channel.

    OVERALL OPINION

    A beautiful pedals that uses technology lamp. Trs versatile, it fits virtually all styles of music except trash and other extremes.
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  • hubbyhubby

    Hughes & Kettner Tubeman MKIIPublished on 03/13/06 at 12:17
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Tube guitar preamp, three foot switchable channels, clean, drive, lead

    Volume per channel EQ generally a master.

    Uncompensated output (for power amp + guitar cabinet)
    Simu output with HP (red box).

    No bypass

    UTILIZATION

    Ben if you know how to use a scratching amp, it's easy, it Pariel.

    SOUNDS

    I use most often in a power amp Tech 21 Power Engine 60. Between the two I just put a small multi effects for reverb, delay and modulation;
    Before the preamp, a wah and a boost Marshall "bluesbreakerr"

    Well I can tell you that value for money issue, this is not enough known preamp is very well placed.

    very nice clean sound, lens.

    Crunch drive and responding w…
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    Tube guitar preamp, three foot switchable channels, clean, drive, lead

    Volume per channel EQ generally a master.

    Uncompensated output (for power amp + guitar cabinet)
    Simu output with HP (red box).

    No bypass

    UTILIZATION

    Ben if you know how to use a scratching amp, it's easy, it Pariel.

    SOUNDS

    I use most often in a power amp Tech 21 Power Engine 60. Between the two I just put a small multi effects for reverb, delay and modulation;
    Before the preamp, a wah and a boost Marshall "bluesbreakerr"

    Well I can tell you that value for money issue, this is not enough known preamp is very well placed.

    very nice clean sound, lens.

    Crunch drive and responding well to the nuances jeu.Idéal for blues and rock

    Lead channel gain value in hard and with good momentum (going from light crunch to the hyper-saturated by varying the volume of the guitar). On the channel EQ voicing one can play on medium.

    This preamp can play anything but extreme metal Nu Bidul ... (say, from jazz to heavey)

    Warning: use the correct output depending on where you plug and advice, try both before deciding.

    I put 9 for value for money

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this setup in conjunction with a pod XT live, according to my mood when I want to have more feelings based on the nuances of the game

    Very good product to try and adopt if you want a good preamp
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  • Anonymous

    Hughes & Kettner Tubeman MKIIPublished on 08/12/08 at 15:25
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Pramp three channels of a 12AX7 team:
    Channel 1: clear sound - transistor circuit
    Channel 2 / 3: crunch and lead - lamp circuit.

    Volume per channel, a gain knob for crunch and lead channels. A master volume.
    EQ common to all three channels with an outline on the lead channel that can sculpt the sound around mdiums.

    CT Connect, a line-out "To power amp" Sim and output with HP's "To mix".

    Replacement lamp can really change the CHARACTERISTICS of channels 2 and 3, which is apprciable. As against it would seem that our friends H & K did not think we could have change the lamp, the maneuver as pluttdlicate ...

    - Original lamp (Ruby 12AX7): its a bit messy in the lower and not l…
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    Pramp three channels of a 12AX7 team:
    Channel 1: clear sound - transistor circuit
    Channel 2 / 3: crunch and lead - lamp circuit.

    Volume per channel, a gain knob for crunch and lead channels. A master volume.
    EQ common to all three channels with an outline on the lead channel that can sculpt the sound around mdiums.

    CT Connect, a line-out "To power amp" Sim and output with HP's "To mix".

    Replacement lamp can really change the CHARACTERISTICS of channels 2 and 3, which is apprciable. As against it would seem that our friends H & K did not think we could have change the lamp, the maneuver as pluttdlicate ...

    - Original lamp (Ruby 12AX7): its a bit messy in the lower and not lead to hyper prcis
    - Electro-Harmonix 12AX7: the sound has become much more dynamic and gain! trs lamp type rock
    - TAD 12AT7: I tried this rduire lamp gain factor. Channel 2 crunch time later, which allows for sounds with a trslger overdrive, which is impossible with the original lamp.
    - 12AU7 Siemens test trs not conclusive, its too crystalline and frankly too rough in lead
    - 12AY7: blah ...

    8 / 10 for the legalization common and the original lamp that must change in my office.

    UTILIZATION

    The config is really simple, it is not going to have his three shot her.

    The only BMOL legalization is common all channels, which may in some GNER seeking sounds trs creuss lead in a clear and clean, but use it pramp n is not really intended to nomtal and whatnot like that.

    At home, I plug in the simulation output with HP in a multi-purpose TC which I use also of A / D converter and then sound card / studio monitors.

    The simu HP dpanne well even if an equalizer is ncessaire downstream to cut some frquences acute (if not the sound a little "bee" in disto)

    SOUNDS

    I play this with two Yamaha pramp, a Pacifica 812 (Start copy) and an AES 620 (Les Paul copy).

    Channel 1 (clear) but easily crunchable transistor circuit when pushed beyond the 7 / 10. I never use this channel as it is in fact a little dark.

    Channel 2 (crunch) channel I prfre above all! Trs his brilliant (much more than the clean channel), the gain here to switch to the bluesy overdrive crunch lightweight type AC / DC.
    I leave the gain almost'm using the min and finally a clear channel / overdrive CONTRL lgre the saturation with the volume of the guitar, the typical 70's trs.
    I couple this channel with a clone of Tubescreamer for AES and a fuzz Belcat of the stratum. With that, it sounds vintage trs!

    Channel 3 (lead): The reserve of gain on this channel trs is great, although I find that the sound loses a lot in with too much gain DEFINITIONS (a little fuzzy). It sounds quite modern with enough bass and mids Submitted lgrement back.
    The outline can be very useful on this channel, you can go from a typical Marshall lead a dig in the trs mdiums. Despite this possibility dernire pramp this is not my sense is for nomtal. Good for the Metallica but no ... got my dl

    Clearly, this should pramp all out extreme styles. For what I play (rock in the 70s ...), it gnral nickel!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 4 years but have been slow on matriser (relamping). Have three channels under the foot for 350 euros, it makes this a pramp pdalier-trs good value compared qualitprix competition (Mesa V-Twin, Koch PedalTone).

    Given its sound quality and its solid, it will follow me a while!
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  • ali_musicienali_musicien

    Hughes & Kettner Tubeman MKIIPublished on 05/21/09 at 17:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - What kind of amplification (lamp, transistor ,...)?
    Transistor and lamp (12AX7 RUBY TUBE)

    - What connection?
    instrument input jack, output amp in jack, output mix (with amp simulator)

    - What are the rglages the effects? ...
    CHANNEL 1: Clear Channel, GAIN
    CHANNEL 2: Canal Crunch, GAIN, VOLUME
    CHANNEL 3: Canal Disto, GAIN, CONTOUR VOLUME
    EQUAL TO THREE CHANNELS COMUNE: Bass, mid, high.
    MASTER

    UTILIZATION

    - The configuration is it simple?
    yes the config is simple

    - Gets it easy to sound good?
    ca be addressed relatively easily and intuitively

    SOUNDS

    - Is it your style of music?
    yes if there was this stamp bp compared to the CH2 channel 1 and …
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    - What kind of amplification (lamp, transistor ,...)?
    Transistor and lamp (12AX7 RUBY TUBE)

    - What connection?
    instrument input jack, output amp in jack, output mix (with amp simulator)

    - What are the rglages the effects? ...
    CHANNEL 1: Clear Channel, GAIN
    CHANNEL 2: Canal Crunch, GAIN, VOLUME
    CHANNEL 3: Canal Disto, GAIN, CONTOUR VOLUME
    EQUAL TO THREE CHANNELS COMUNE: Bass, mid, high.
    MASTER

    UTILIZATION

    - The configuration is it simple?
    yes the config is simple

    - Gets it easy to sound good?
    ca be addressed relatively easily and intuitively

    SOUNDS

    - Is it your style of music?
    yes if there was this stamp bp compared to the CH2 channel 1 and 3. I, song, blues-rock (vaughan, hendrix, clapton, rolling stones)

    - With what (s) guitar (s) / low (s) or effect (s) do you play?
    I use it with a layer of the 70's and amp peavey tube "classic blues" in 1995.

    - What kind of sound you get and with what rglages ("crystalline", "bold ",....)?
    CHANNEL 1:
    Clear Channel, begins cruncher qd knob the gain is about 14h on rgl.
    This channel is too dark, lack of shine.

    CHANNEL 2:
    Canal Crunch, crunch fairly quickly, a small reserve of saturation, the gain was saturated enough to base a rock sound.
    This channel is Bill, lacks serious.

    CHANNEL 3:
    Canal Disto, reserve of saturated fat, gain over 14h it starts getting confusing.
    This channel is provided too serious lack of brightness (high end)

    - What are the sounds you prfrez, you dtest?
    For me, there is a incohrence channel 2 relative to channel 1 and 3. Channel 2 is too bright compared to two other channels. C EHJV really what this pramp, c a shame ...

    If all three from the three channels had cohrent t in terms of tone I think I would use it again. For now, I lends a friend who used it primarily as simulator amp. telecaster -> T-REX Moller (type TubeSreamer without loss in the bass) ---> CH2 -> mix out -> amp for acoustic guitar Shertler.

    OVERALL OPINION

    - How long have you use it?
    6.

    - What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    amp simulator is pretty good.

    - Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
    not

    - How do you report qualitprix?
    it's going.

    - With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...
    not.
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Yes, Audiofanzine is using cookies. Since the last thing that we want is disturbing your diet with too much fat or too much sugar, you'll be glad to learn that we made them ourselves with fresh, organic and fair ingredients, and with a perfect nutritional balance. What this means is that the data we store in them is used to enhance your use of our website as well as improve your user experience on our pages and show you personalised ads (learn more). To configure your cookie preferences, click here.

We did not wait for a law to make us respect our members and visitors' privacy. The cookies that we use are only meant to improve your experience on our website.

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This information allows us to show you personalized advertisements thanks to which Audiofanzine is financed. By unchecking this box you will still have advertisements but they may be less interesting :) We are using Google Ad Manager to display part of our ads, or tools integrated to our own CMS for the rest. We are likely to display advertisements from our own platform, from Google Advertising Products or from Adform.

We did not wait for a law to make us respect our members and visitors' privacy. The cookies that we use are only meant to improve your experience on our website.

Our cookies
Cookies not subject to consent

These are cookies that guarantee the proper functioning of Audiofanzine. The website cannot function properly without these cookies. Examples: cookies that help you stay logged in from page to page or that help customizing your usage of the website (dark mode or filters).

Google Analytics

We are using Google Analytics in order to better understand the use that our visitors make of our website in an attempt to improve it. When this parameter is activated, no personal information is sent to Google and the IP addresses are anonymized.

Advertising

This information allows us to show you personalized advertisements thanks to which Audiofanzine is financed. By unchecking this box you will still have advertisements but they may be less interesting :) We are using Google Ad Manager to display part of our ads, or tools integrated to our own CMS for the rest. We are likely to display advertisements from our own platform, from Google Advertising Products or from Adform.


You can find more details on data protection in our privacy policy.
You can also find information about how Google uses personal data by following this link.