Amp's type: HYDRA 100W head
Artist: Tóth Zoltán
Band: Amarant Guitar
Date: 20.01.2011.

Where tested (practicing room, concert, studio, shop):
showroom in Perbál, at Stageshop, in the 'Sanctuary of Madarász', at home

Instrument that used for test:
Peavey Wolfgang, Dean Cadillac, Gibson les Paul Studio,
Fender Stratocaster, PRS Singlecut, Musicman Silhouette

Cabinet that used for test:
SP 4×12", Marshall v30 4×12", Marshall greenback 4×12",
Peavey Triple xxx 2×12", Greg Fane Medusa 1×12", Laboga v30 2×12"

External appearance (Design):
Unique, demandingly made, controls are friendly and easily understandable, the skin is faultless.
I really like that not tries to copy another legendary model, undertake self.

Sound (clean and distorted channels, tone, etc.):
The clean tone is world champion. It is especially nice in case of instruments equipped with pick-ups.
Mature, healthy, bright sound. The soft crunchy settings is my favourite when the sound of the guitar can be cleaned with the Volume potmeter.
The distorted input: this distorted tone is a modern tone for me - specifically opened slightly shaving highs.
If somebody wants vintage-style softer sound, in this case I feel so the cabinet is the key. I liked it mostly with the greenback.
Starting of the sound is really fast, I like the prompt reaction of the amp even on a „sluggish” cabinet too.

Features (Effect-loop, foot switch, etc.):
I didn't try the effects. The footswitch is awesome.
(The things you were talking about the new footswitch is even better.)

What kind of other amps should be build (combo, different power range, etc.):

Suggestions (further features, appearance, etc.):


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