Yup, cheap retro look amp, but I love this little thing. Done some mods to it over time.
I salvaged a larger speaker from my Bugera tube amp upgrade & made a 3/4" thick plywood front baffle board. New grill cloth too.
It sounds pretty good for what it is cranks loud for only 15 watts solid state with nice breakup and sustain.
Fairly well made considering low cost, it has a real amplifier circuit not some cheap op amps IC's. It has some transistors mounted to a decent heat sink and a good size power transformer.
I braced the bottom of the new baffle good to handle the extra bottom end the bigger speaker put out. Also replaced the short 18 gauge power cord with a longer 14 gauge OFC one so I don't need to use an extension cord.
It has 2 channels, clean and overdrive along with analog reverb and delay, which IMHO sounds much better than most digital reverb, it's fairly lush.
I'm really digging this little thing for a solid state, cheap amp.
Upgraded, larger speaker:
Last Edit: May 14, 2020 22:40:48 GMT -5 by guildx700
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