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i think they're rebranded wharfedales?

never tried them, so i dunno what they're like. I'm guessing on the cheapish side, but that doesn't necessarily mean they suck.
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#3
What about 35watts? would that be enough for Gigging small venues?
#4
tehy seem like fairly good midrange amps. i really like the feature sets. they seem to have thier own "sound" to em, which seems unique. have you watched youtubes? you can see what i mean.

35 watts is more than loud enough for gigging. it would make a very fine gigging amp if you like the overall sound of the amp.
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tehy seem like fairly good midrange amps. i really like the feature sets. they seem to have thier own "sound" to em, which seems unique. have you watched youtubes? you can see what i mean.

35 watts is more than loud enough for gigging. it would make a very fine gigging amp if you like the overall sound of the amp.


Thanks, so it is loud enough.., yes I do like the sound.


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