#1
Ok, say you buy an amp from an EU country (Germany etc.) and bring it to England, is there any risk to the amp, the tubes or anything else as long as i have a suitable adapter? Because i can get stuff much cheaper from thomann.com, but it's based in Germany, so even though i get free postage etc. which will save me around £150 overall, if it won't work then obviously that would be pointless....
#2
Yeah, it'll work. Just because the retailer is based in Germany, doesn't mean the products are designed for Germany. Check it's 230V and compatible lead, though.
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#3
Thomann.de is based in Germany, yes, but they have warehouses in England too.
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yeah, you'll need to get your own kettle lead, but germany is the same voltage (or at least, close enough) as the UK.
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